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 8-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 1TB 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.
Ninth-generation 8-core Intel Core i9 processor
Stunning 16" Retina display with True Tone technology¹
Touch Bar and Touch ID
AMD Radeon Pro 5500M graphics with GDDR6 memory
Intel UHD Graphics 630
Six-speaker system with force-canceling woofers
Four Thunderbolt 3 (USB-C) ports
Up to 11 hours of battery life²
Full-size backlit Magic Keyboard
Force Touch trackpad
The latest version of macOS
¹ The display size is measured diagonally.
² Battery life varies by use and configuration. See apple.com/batteries for more information.
³ 1GB = 1 billion bytes and 1TB = 1 trillion bytes; actual formatted capacity is less.
Apple MacBook Pro - 16" Display with Touch Bar - Intel Core i9 - 16GB Memory - AMD Radeon Pro 5500M - 1TB SSD (Latest Model)
96W USB-C power adapter
USB-C charge cable (2 m)
3072 x 1920 (Retina)
Total Storage Capacity
Solid State Drive Capacity
System Memory (RAM)
AMD Radeon Pro 5500M
Processor Speed (Base)
Intel 9th Generation Core i9
Processor Model Number
Intel 9th Generation Core i9
Voice Assistant Built-in
MacBook Pro - 16" Display with Touch Bar - Intel Core i9 - 16GB Memory - AMD Radeon Pro 5500M - 1TB SSD (Latest Model)
This Mac is by far the best laptop Apple has produced. It is lightning fast, and the intel core is a monster! If you’ve been in the market for a laptop business or home use this is the way to go hands down. It has a processor that is fast and strong enough for multiple tasks and storage a plenty, but it also is great for students in college or high school that are seriously into art, science, business, and of course, MUSIC!!!! Gotta get this bad boy and give it all you got, it can definitely handle it!
We've owned two MacBook Air laptops for years and they have served their purpose, to be light, readily accessible, and lean for mobile travel. We're to the point now of mobile editing in Illustrator, Lightroom, and Photoshop which was a growing chore on the Airs.
The MacBook Pro easily handled the Adobe Creative Suite and the 16" screen is amazing. It's nice to move from the iMac 5k to this without feeling or seeing the difference.
Having heard of the Touch Bar for years, I really had no interest in it, figuring it to be a gimmick. The Touch Bar blew me away, it's actually a small, low-res screen, showing previews of browser tabs for each tab and switching. And something as simple as a tap to empty trash proved faster than an extra mouse click.
The gains in ports with the USB-C connectivity were an adjustment but powering into any port is nice depending on where I'm sitting with the laptop. I do however recommend finding a magnet power connector as that is one of the best Apple technical advancements ever.
I rarely watch movies on devices but the sound and video on this is amazing. The sound is directional, pointing at the user creating a pretty immersive experience, I still decided to go with the Boom2 app for added EQ qualities and boost making the system just better.
Listening to audio while working is the same, really a great background experience.
I was hesitant to wait for the end of year Apple release of a new MacBook Air but with the Best Buy savings and rewards, I'm glad I didn't wait. It has changed our workflow already for the better.
To have the power of an i9 processor in a desktop computer is amazing. With Apples elegant, smooth iOS it makes programs like Final Cut a breeze! I've been an Apple fan for years I welcomed the 16" especially when they did away with the 17" MacBook Pro. If you are considering this 16" then you should totally buy one, I love mine.
The machine works flawlessly and performs well. All of the programs runs smoothly. Only thing is Catalina OS has rendered some programs incompatible but its not the machine’s fault.
There is very little noise. The monitor is bright and it does not run hot at least so far.
I love my machine
The analysis of all aggregated expert reviews shows that the reviewers are positive about touchpad, sound, image quality and keyboard. Editors are less positive about price and connectivity and have mixed opinions about portability. Using an algorithm based on product age, reviewers ratings history, popularity, product category expertise and other factors, this product gets an alaTest Expert Rating of 92/100 = Excellent quality.
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A:AnswerPersonally I'm not a huge windows fan, but I did get an amazing deal on an HP omen a little over 2 years ago, and while that machine WAS a beast, it slowed so much, so quickly, and I prefer the Mac OS, I just think it makes more sense and is more user-friendly. Plus it's much better for creatives. I got this new 16" MacBook Pro to finally replace my HP, and I've been so happy with it, I probably use it twice as often as I did the HP, and the speed, screen quality, and sound quality just cannot compare.
And while the initial pricing may be a bit more than an HP, a MacBook will last you much longer before slowing down to a point of unusability.
A:Answerthe AMD Radeon Pro 5500M GPU comes in two configs; one with 4 gb and one with 8 gb. This is the 4 gb version. It doesn't seem like Best Buy has the 8 gb version yet but you can order it custom from apple. I think the 8 gb version is a $100 upgrade on the apple site. Same graphics card as the 4 gb version, just more memory...
A:AnswerTo answer the second part, you can purchase Final Cut Pro on the App Store... if you already bought it for your older Mac, you can just download it from the App Store as you already have a license for it.
A:AnswerThe 16” MacBook Pro is the latest model. I believe the model was introduced late 2019. Mine has the ninth generation i9 processor while Intel just released the tenth generation; otherwise, the unit has all the latest technology.