New 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro Review Roundup [Video]

New 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro Review Roundup [Video]

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The embargo on reviews of the new 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pros has been lifted. Here's a roundup of reviews and early impressions.

The new notebooks are available to order now and early pre-orders are set for release tomorrow, October 26th. If you're looking to save a few dollars, Amazon has them on sale for $49.01 off.

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The Verge
We’re all so excited about these new MacBook Pros because it feels like Apple finally listened and made the laptops we’ve all been asking for. We’ve had three of them for a little less than a week, so we’re just doing a quick preview today — we want to really take our time on this review and make sure we get it right. And we want to know what questions you have about the MacBook Pro, so leave a comment below.

Apple has finally released two new Macbook Pro laptops, along with the long-awaited more powerful version of its M1 processor and GPU, the M1 Pro and M1 Max. These laptops are not cheap, but their performance, along with a great screen and design, might make them worth the price.

This new generation of MacBook Pro now gives you more ports and connectivity but also does away with a couple of less-used features, including the touch bar.

Tom's Guide


Rene Ritchie
I'm breaking down Apple’s brand new M1 Max 14-inch MacBook Pro. That’s 8 performance cores, 2 efficiency cores. 32 graphics cores. 64 gigs of unified memory. And 2 terabytes of ultra-fast SSD. Oh, yeah!

Brian Tong
The M1 Max MacBook Pro has completely shattered what I thought was possible with a laptop. Apple brings back the ports, gets rid of the Touch Bar, and give us power and performance with 21 hour of battery life and fans you'll rarely hear.

This is one of the most impressive pieces of tech I've ever used. The power is for Pro's but Apple just shattered the ceiling. I can't even wrap my head around how groundbreaking the M1 Max MacBook Pro is.