Apple MacBook Pro 16-Inch

Apple MacBook Pro 16-Inch
Looria Grade
A

Based on 210 reviews

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Review highlights
  • Great for content creators
  • Excellent battery life
  • Beautiful display
  • Powerful hardware

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SCAM SCAM SCAM

It’s never bought a MacBook but thought I’d splurge and try a refurbished one. DO NOT BUY FROM THIS SELLER! Nothing but problems. How does a $500 windows last me over 5 years with no problem but I’ve had this piece of garbage for barely 6 months and I’ve had to bring it to the apple store multiple t...

1.0
Cody P.
5 months ago
amazon.com
amazon.com

Apple’s new pro laptops right the wrongs of the past half decade

The other two MacBook Pro models didn’t last quite this long in similar testing — but their results are still exceptional. The 14-inch model with the M1 Pro lasted just over 10 and a half hours during normal use, and the 16-inch M1 Max model ran for just over 10 hour

Positive
Nilay Patel
4 months ago
theverge.com
theverge.com

Omg ! I also got the silver macbook pro 16" recently, and I am loving it. Was contemplating for very long. Hope you enjoy your new device!

Positive
summerdreams19
2 years ago
reddit.com
reddit.com/r/mac

M1 Pro First Impressions: Core Management and CPU Performance

The 14-inch MBP with M1 Pro (not Max) burns 69W under full load (including GPU), so it does run through its 70Wh battery in 1 hour and 9 minutes[1]. (The 16-inch Notebookcheck review is not published yet.)[1] https://www.notebookcheck.net/Apple-MacBook-Pro-14-2021-M1-P... , in the &qu...

Positive
em500
hackernews.com
hackernews.com

Well, I’ve got MacBook Pro 13” 2020 with 16gb RAM, and I can tell you that this is totally enough for doing development. at some points I’m thinking that 32gb can works better for me, but 16 gb is enough :) and ofc 1tb ssd

Positive
ggegelya
2 years ago
reddit.com
reddit.com/r/mac

Apple Doubles the Price of RAM Upgrade on Entry-Level 13-Inch MacBook Pro

The price increase is actually a price correction, Apple told. The price to upgrade RAM from 8GB to 16GB is $200 on other Macs, including the iMac and MacBook Air, and this change is meant to keep the fee consistent. Apple says it will honor the earlier pricing for those who purchased the cheaper RA...

Positive
lucalee33
hackernews.com
hackernews.com

Hey there. I own a 16 inch MacBook Pro (fully spec-ed out aside from the ssd)— hooked up to 2 27 inch monitors— seems to be working fine for me! I’m a software engineer that enjoys photo editing and video editing on the side

Positive
lifer98
2 years ago
reddit.com
reddit.com/r/mac

MacBook Pro 16" First Impressions

Thanks for pointing this out! In fact, I was pleasantly surprised to find this 16-inch model is very slightly smaller in each dimension than the 2015 15-inch rMBP.2019 16-inch, per https://www.apple.com/macbook-pro-16/specs/ :Height: 0.64 inch (1.62 cm), Width: 14.09 inches ...

Positive
npongratz
hackernews.com
hackernews.com

MacBook Pro S/Air S with M1X

Mac Mini S

17 inch MBP

Positive
bbbBagger
8 months ago
reddit.com
reddit.com/r/mac

I still own and use Macbook Pro 16in 2009 after selling my Macbook 13in 2016. Way better after upgraded parts. Keeping this one forever!

Positive
Witty-Appeal7265
1 year ago
reddit.com
reddit.com/r/mac

Specs

CPU

Apple M1 Pro

Apple M1 Max

GPU

Apple M1 Pro GPU

Apple M1 Max GPU

Display

16.2”, Liquid Retina (3456 x 2234), 120 Hz

HDD/SSD

up to 8000GB SSD