The Features of the 15-Inch MacBook Pro


Unlike its smaller counterpart, the 15-inch MacBook Pro is loaded with features that make it stand out in the Apple lineup. Among them are a groundbreaking Retina display, the latest Intel processors, and an all-flash architecture. These features allow for high pixel density and image realism.

Retina display

Compared to a standard display, the MacBook Pro with Retina display is a high-resolution screen with sharper images. Depending on the product model, the pixel density varies, but it is usually much higher than on traditional Apple displays. This makes the content look sharper and more vivid.

The pixel density of Retina displays gives content incredible detail. The higher the pixel density, the more pixels per inch. That means that some people may have trouble reading small icons, and others may not get the full benefit of the Retina display.

The MacBook Pro with Retina display is available in two models. One model is a 13-inch model, which comes with a Retina display. The other model is a 15-inch model, which comes with a Touch Bar and Touch ID. The Pro is the best all-around MacBook Apple makes, and it has many features that make it stand out.

Larger screen

Having a larger screen on a MacBook Pro is a nice touch for creative types or people who do a lot of split-screen multitasking. It also makes for a more immersive experience.

There are several ways to make your MacPro bigger, ranging from upgrading the CPU and graphics processor to adding a portable monitor. These devices are becoming an inevitable part of a MacPro owner’s arsenal.

The best part of having a portable monitor is that it is small enough to be taken on the road. This is especially useful for video enthusiasts.

The larger the screen the bigger the price tag. If you have a tight budget, you might want to stick with the 256GB storage model in the entry-level MacBook Pro. That’s not to say that you can’t upgrade your SSD drive in the future.

Larger trackpad

Having a large trackpad on your MacBook Pro can provide you with many benefits. You can use the trackpad to zoom in and out of documents, rotate photos, and much more. Having a large trackpad can also provide you with better precision.

One of the major upgrades on the 15-inch MacBook Pro is the trackpad. The trackpad is twice as large as the 13-inch model and offers a much larger surface area to work with. Some users are happy with the larger surface area, but others would like to have a larger trackpad for the same reason.

The bigger trackpad on the 15-inch model does have its flaws. One major flaw is the lack of haptics. Haptics, or more correctly, clever haptic feedback, simulates clicks and other motions.

More customization options than the 16-inch MacBook Pro

Whether you are in the market for a new MacBook Pro or just want to upgrade your old one, you are probably comparing the new model to your old one. Luckily, the new model comes with some nice perks, like improved performance and a bigger screen. Aside from the bigger screen, the new model is also a bit larger and boasts some cool features. Among these, the new model boasts a 720p resolution FaceTime HD front camera and a three-mic array for improved audio quality. Also, the new model’s battery can last up to 11 hours of wireless web use.

The new MacBook Pro also sports a more than capable Intel Core i9 processor. The new model can also be ordered with up to 8 TB of SSD storage. As for the rest of the hardware, the 16-inch model comes with a Force Touch trackpad, a 720p FaceTime HD front camera, a built-in premium aluminum chassis, and a nifty notch on the top of the display.

Performance on Geekbench 4

Earlier this week, Apple unveiled new chips for its next-generation MacBook Pro. The M1 Max chip, which includes a 32-core GPU, doubles the multi-core performance of the M1 chip. This chip will be in Apple’s new MacBook Pros, which will be released later this month.

Geekbench 4 test results indicate that the M2 chip in the new MacBook Pro performs at least 20% better than the M1 chip in the current MacBook Pro. While Apple claims claim that the chip is “twice as fast”, the benchmark results do not reflect that claim.

The baseline Mac Pro with an 8-core Intel Xeon W processor scores 8,027. The higher-end 12-core Mac Pro scores 31,012 in Geekbench 4. These benchmarks also confirm that the new A12 Bionic system-on-a-chip is present in the MacBook Pro.

Battery life

Whether you are a new MacBook user or you’ve been using your MacBook for years, you may be wondering how much battery life you can expect from your machine. While the number of hours you can get out of a battery can vary, the MacBook Pro has a pretty impressive battery life.

The new 13-inch MacBook Pro will last you roughly the same amount of time as its predecessor, while the battery life of the 15-inch model has increased by at least a third. The new MacBook Pro may not be as fast as the previous model, but it does provide a more streamlined design, as well as better battery life.