Apple announces 14-inch MacBook Pro

Apple has announced a redesign of the MacBook Pro, which now includes a 14-inch screen, the company’s new M1 Pro and Max chipset, a bump, and a wide range of ports in addition to the standard Thunderbolt ports.

It brings back the HDMI port and SD card reader, and adds a MagSafe 3 connector for charging (though you can also charge it using the Thunderbolt ports).

The device has a 14.2-inch ProMotion screen with a resolution of 3024 x 1964 pixels and a refresh rate of 120 Hz, which is branded by Liquid Retina Pro XDR.

It has slimmer bezels than the previous generation. It also includes a notch that includes the 1080p webcam but without the FaceID feature.

This marks the first major redesign in the company’s professional laptop lineup since 2016, the year that brought the Butterfly keyboards, Touch Bar, and Thunderbolt 3 as the only standard type (with the exception of the headphone port).

It also marks the return of the medium-sized 14-inch screen, which Apple hasn’t included in a laptop since the iBook G4 in 2005.

The company is working to make a clearer distinction between smaller MacBook Pro devices. The lineup has been a bit confusing over the past few years.

Two-port MacBook Pros and four-port 13-inch computers were grouped together, but they were completely different computers with different processors and prices.

The difference in screen size now makes the distinction clear, and people looking for portability can get a MacBook Air or a 13-inch MacBook Pro. The 14-inch Pro is available for those looking for more power.

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