Apple launched its all-new 16-inch Macbook with it’s larger display and older 15-inch will officially will no longer sale
The new 16-inch MacBook Pro has finally come on the worldwide market with a larger thinner bezel, a scissor keyboard, improved sound, and better configuration. Is this time to upgrade over the current 15-inch MacBook Pro?
let’s make a solid comparison to make you understand the major difference between both two products
The two laptops are very similar in design both are made of aluminum in appearance, the keyboard is located in the center of the notebook and the speaker is on the side of the fuselage, the force Touch trackpad is wide and bigger enough.
The 16-inch MacBook is bigger, thicker and heavier than the previous generation. but wouldn’t need to worry about professional users.
The latest 16-inch MacBook Pro has the most appeal: it has a 16-inch screen with a resolution of 3072 x 1920 with 226 pixel PPI and a 15-inch display PPI of 220 PPI. 500 Nits maximum brightness wouldn’t be support 4K.
The 15-inch MacBook Pro still features a butterfly keyboard and it’s third-generation design, there are still some problems.
Bot h laptops do a great job on the base model, but 16-inch MacBook Pro is slightly better due to all new 9th gen Intel core and unlike 15-inch on 8th Gen Core. Both MacBook will come with i7, i9 core processor for high end computing with the power of 8 TB SSD support in 16-inch MacBook whereas in 4 TB in the 15-inch MacBook.
The base model starts with 256 GB which is enough for students and regular peoples. The 15-inch model has a 4 GB AMD Radeon Pro 555x GPU for the GDDR5, while the 16-inch model features the AMD Radeon Pro 5300M with the 4 GB GDDR6.
The difference is most pronounced in the more expensive 16-inch MacBook Pro users could more ability to customised it up to 64 GB RAM and 8 TB SSD Storage up to 5.0 Ghz and 8 GB AMD Radeon Pro 5550M
~ Higher Pricing comes here
The new 16-inch MacBook Pro has many exciting upgrades, including a larger display and all-new scissor keywords, But if the user already has the latest 15-inch Mac Book Pro model, there is no need to replace it immediately.
Keep in that the performance gains for the 16-inch MacBook Pro may not be as noticeable for previous 15-inch base models.