Yep. Price might be the deal breaker. I am wanting to get in on that M1 life but it's gotta be a good price for me to trade-in my 2019 MacBook Pro.the slim bezels, 70% cpu performance uptick, real ports, high quality HDR. they are knocking this out of the park when they were already top dog for laptops.
Lore posted the base pricing up further. 512gb confirmed.This shit was huge guys.
120 pro motion display? i am set... Felt so bad going from my main 120hz to my MBP m1 macbook. ( i returned it because the dongle life suuuucked)
glad i waited for 1 year.
1999 dollars for the base model 14 inch?
i swear this thing better come with 512GB ssd minimum.. or they can go f off with that price.
good now i actually give a shit.Wait. Do the 3rd Gen bas AirPods also have MagSafe charging? Cool if so. I still want to upgrade to the Pros for noise cancellation for travel.
Lore posted the base pricing up further. 512gb confirmed.
I use full screen for Ableton Live on both my MBP and iMac, I try to squeeze everything I can for it. That notch will render full screen worthless for Live I reckon. Oh well, I’ll be going from a 13” so it’ll be fantastic regardless.Thinking more about the notch, it actually takes a space we never use unless you go fullscreen which I never did when I had my Macbook Air. So maybe it's not that bad considering the extra screen space. The rest was amazing,
Only versions of Windows that support ARM as I understand it. I also think you need a Parallels subscription for it to work. But I don't know for certain as I have never had the need. I have a Windows machine in the living room and just remote in whenever I need windows for whatever reason.Is Windows running on a Mac still a thing on M1? I’m due for a new work computer and have some say in what I get, but it needs to be able to run Windows
Probably won’t be worth the trouble then. I’ll probably just get whatever slim Windows PC I can find that maxes out the budget and figure out my personal portable computer situation later. My kid has turned my 2017 iPad Pro into a Disney+ machineOnly versions of Windows that support ARM as I understand it. I also think you need a Parallels subscription for it to work. But I don't know for certain as I have never had the need. I have a Windows machine in the living room and just remote in whenever I need windows for whatever reason.
Define, "does more."
Yeah, I don't agree with this.Workstations usually have multiple ports like hdmi+display port on top of faster ethernet for faster network transfers if u have a NAS.
Also you are not limited to apple editing software. CAD among things like ZBRUSH are written for direct x api. So you can get late steps Radeon or nbudia render card along with latest intel/and which also have customizations with cache+vram. Direct storage is coming and if your 3d development environment workstation laptop is way to go. For production looks like apple might be a great option again for mostly adobe/apple production applications.
but still you can get way more for the money going pc.
A workstation with a good 4k dock is still less than what apple is offering.