Expand your view of everything on MacBook Pro thanks to a larger 16" Retina display with sharper pixel resolution and support for millions of colors.¹ Harness the power of 6-core processors and AMD Radeon Pro 5000M series graphics with 4GB of GDDR6 memory, together with an optimized thermal architecture for groundbreaking performance. Featuring 16GB memory and 512GB of storage.³ Touch ID and the Touch Bar. And all-day battery life.² Designed for pros who put performance above all else, MacBook Pro gives you the power to accomplish anything, anywhere.
1) Better thermal performance so it'll run faster
2) Bigger screen
3) Better graphics card so photo and video editing will be faster
The 16" model is a little bit bigger, but it isn't as simple as that. Since it is bigger, not only does it get a larger screen, it gets better thermal performance since the cooling fans have more room to work with. This also has a better graphics card meaning it can render photos and videos much quicker aside from the better thermal performance. If you have a bestbuy account you can get the 16" for $100 cheaper than the smaller one.
A:AnswerYou will never own a Windows again. Don't get me wrong, they have come a long way over the years. With that being said, Mac still beats them on security and quality by a long shot. I just upgraded after having a MacBook Pro for 8 years and only upgraded as a want, not a need.
A:AnswerIt has four Thunderbolt 3/USB-C ports capable of speeds up to 40Gbps. You will need to buy an adapter to plugin SDHC or USB Ports. I would recommend buying something like a Anker 5 in 1 that has USB3.0, SDHC and HDMI in case you need it. There are also adapters with Ethernet in case you have a need for it.
A:AnswerYou might be better off with the Best Buy card. They have student discounts and no interest for 18 months. If you can pay it off in that time frame, you’ll save more money than on other cards, unless your federal CARD is interest free.
A:AnswerIf you have service Geeksquad I believe they will assist. My recommendation would be to go to apple.com/support and get the instructions on how to back up everything to the cloud or to your time machine. I transferred from Mac to Mac very easily because of my apple-id- when I logged in. I hope this helps.