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2021 MacBook Pro review roundup: Did Apple screw it up?

2021 MacBook Pro review roundup: Did Apple screw it up?

Can you imagine what the reviews would look like if Apple made a MacBook Pro with all the ports users wanted, but none of the processing power or software to back it up? Lucky for the masses, that's not what happened - or at least that's what the first reviews suggest. Still, the starting price and a display with a notch might be enough to suggest that mistakes were made - let's take a peek!

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Get over the pricy MacBook Pro 2021 with these alternatives

Get over the pricy MacBook Pro 2021 with these alternatives

Apple has “Unleashed” the MacBook Pro 2021 in an all-new 14-inch and 16-inch models starting at $1,999 and $2,499 respectively. The new MacBook Pros arrive with a flat-edge design; this replaces the curves to bring the MacBook Pro in the design language similar to the iPhone 13 launched in September.

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New MacBook Air 2022 specs leak suggests good news and bad

New MacBook Air 2022 specs leak suggests good news and bad

Apple's 2022 MacBook Air refresh will borrow liberally from the new MacBook Pro, fresh leaks have suggested, with plenty - though not everything - on the wishlist of current users for the ultraportable said to be answered next year. The current MacBook Air was among the first models in Apple's computing range to make the switch to Apple Silicon, helping debut the new M1 chipset.

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MacOS Monterey release date and requirements

MacOS Monterey release date and requirements

Your Apple computer will soon get a significant update to the latest version of macOS, the company's desktop operating system. This latest version is macOS Monterey, and it'll be available for almost every Apple desktop computer all the way back to late 2013. You'll find the new MacBook Pro 14 and 16-inch machines running this software right out of the box next week.

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New MacBook Pro pricing: 14″ and 16″ configurations

New MacBook Pro pricing: 14″ and 16″ configurations

Apple took to the stage to hype up its new 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pros today, but of course, the most important thing to almost every customer out there is price. These new MacBook Pros are going up for pre-order today and begin shipping out next week, but how much will each one cost you? That depends on what you're looking for.

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New MacBook Pro revealed: Everything we hoped for

New MacBook Pro revealed: Everything we hoped for

The next generation of MacBook Pro was revealed today by Apple with prices and release date info. The MacBook Pro works with Apple's own M1 chips, at last, with an industrial design that's similar to what we've seen in the past with a few KEY improvements and/or differences. The MacBook Pro revealed today has several ports on either side and a notch in the forehead of its display.

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Apple Unleashed: Everything we can expect

Apple Unleashed: Everything we can expect

Slightly over a month after its September event, Apple is set for an “Unleashed” October event. This second product launch of the fall on October 18 is scheduled a day before Google’s much-anticipated Pixel event. Strategically timed or not, the Apple event is not going to have any competitive iPhones to show. The highlight of the “Unleashed” event will be the new MacBook Pros powered by an upgraded in-house processor.

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MacBook Pro M1X display tipped to be just like iPad

MacBook Pro M1X display tipped to be just like iPad

Next week's Apple Event is rumored to contain new AirPods, Mac Mini, and MacBook Pro with M1X chips inside. Display industry insider Ross Young suggested this week that there's a "100% confirmed" chance we'll see MiniLEDs in the display panels for the MacBook Pro units that'll appear at this event, with a few nearly-as-likely updates.

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Apple Event October 18: What we’re expecting

Apple Event October 18: What we’re expecting

The Apple event scheduled for October 18 will likely feature three Mac products and one AirPods. The devices that'll likely be shown are AirPods 3, a new MacBook Pro 14, a new MacBook Pro 16, and a new Mac Mini Pro. Each of the macOS devices is rumored to be coming with the next generation in Apple processing power, the M1X chip.

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Apple October Event announced with likely MacBook and AirPods launches

Apple October Event announced with likely MacBook and AirPods launches

Apple just announced a new Apple Event that'll go live on October 18, 2021. This event's official invite features an Apple logo exploding into stars - almost like we're about to head into hyperspace. It is quite likely that we'll see the reveal of several new MacOS computers, MacBook Pro devices in 14 and 16-inch sizes, a new Mac mini Pro, AirPods 3, and some more information on macOS Monterey.

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M1X MacBook Pro launch still on track for 2021, according to analyst

M1X MacBook Pro launch still on track for 2021, according to analyst

Apple's September event focused entirely on its mobile family, both iPhones and iPads, but not all of its customers are in the market for a new portable device. These are probably still waiting for the new MacBook Pros to land after having been rumored all throughout the year. That's still happening and probably in a few weeks even, and it will come with a new Apple M1X Silicon that could further widen its lead over equivalent Intel chips on MacBooks.

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MacBook High Power Mode found in macOS Monterey beta: Like OnePlus?

MacBook High Power Mode found in macOS Monterey beta: Like OnePlus?

The most updated version of macOS Monterey beta has code suggesting Apple will bring a special "High Power" mode to MacBook devices. It might be time for Apple to unleash the performance beast, referencing some rumors that've been in the MacOS mix for over a year. While this might not be the Apple Does Gaming situation we've been patiently awaiting for a decade, it does seem like Apple may be willing to drop some of the power conservation restrictions put on computing devices - if the user wishes to flip a few switches.

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