MacBook Pro 2021 with M1 Max has an enhanced performance mode

Several days have passed since the announcement of the new MacBook Pro 2021. During this time, a lot of details about new devices appeared on the network. However, the information continues to flow.

For example, Apple representatives confirmed earlier rumors that the 16-inch MacBook Pro 2021 with M1 Max chips has a special performance boost mode. It is not available on other models and is designed for complex applications.

However, this is not all new information. In addition, it became known:

  • The 2021 MacBook Pro displays are 500 nits most of the time. The maximum value of 1600 nits can only be reached when displaying HDR content.
  • Despite UHS-II support, Card readers in MacBook Pro 2021 can transfer data at up to 250MB/s. To do this, users will need an appropriate memory card. For UHS-I SD cards, the speed is limited to 90 MB/s.
  • The new MacBooks, like other Apple computers based on Apple Silicon, do not support external graphics cards (eGPU).
  • Apple representatives say that MacBook Pro 2021 has the same trackpad as previous generation models.
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Recall that the official sales of the MacBook Pro 2021 in some regions will begin next Tuesday. It can be expected that the first full-fledged reviews of new products will appear on the network soon, from which it will be possible to learn even more details.

A source: MacRumors

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