The new MacBook Pro delivers game-changing performance for pro users. Choose the powerful M1 Pro or the even more powerful M1 Max to supercharge pro-level workflows while getting amazing battery life.¹ And with an immersive 16-inch Liquid Retina XDR display and an array of pro ports, you can do more than ever with MacBook Pro.²
A:AnswerIf you purchase a 2021 MacBook model (14” or 16”), how “adequate” memory for gaming will depend on what kind of gaming you are looking to do. For instance, if you are just going to play games through the AppStore or Apple Arcade 16GB RAM will be more than enough. However, with gaming services such as GeoForce Now work on being more adaptable with MacOS, 16GB on these new machines may begin be used up in larger quantities. To make it simple, 16GB on the new 2021 MacBook Pros should be good for most gaming, but if you are looking more long term and interested in using more machine stressing services (GeoForce Now), then I’d look at models with 32GB RAM.
A:AnswerGiven this Mac gave us back the ports, and a brand new HDMI port, popping in and from your home desktop is easy as ever. You can make it even easier by purchasing a USB-C dock, so that you can plug ALL your peripherals up (into the dock) and connect that dock with one USB-C cord to enable all your peripherals functionality.
A:AnswerAbsolutely not, those programs are locked to your Apple ID. So simply signing into the Mac App Store with your trusty Apple ID, will enable Final Cut and Logic Pro to be downloaded completely free.
A:AnswerI pulled the trigger on a 15” pro Vega (4GB of VRAM) in 2018 (roughly $3,899) and it would hiccup during cad renders.
Booting up Cinema4D, Blender, or anything of that nature is easy for this baseline 16”. 10GB of graphics performance in this machine certainly isn’t a joke.