It happened more than 200 days as Apple introduced its updated MacBook Pro line. With the proposed 14 և 16-inch screen, the new-looking MacBooks have delighted Apple fans, creators with their powerful custom Apple silicone, mini-LED display, and numerous connectivity options. But there are still some things you can not do with your MacBook Pro. Here are five features that Mac users are still waiting for.
1. Support for 120 Hz 4K screens
In 2021, five years after removing the HDMI port of the MacBook Pro, Apple returned the much-used multimedia interface to its state-of-the-art laptop. Unfortunately, the returned HDMI port is not very modern. it is an HDMI 2.0 port instead of an HDMI 2.1 port.
HDMI 2.1 technology will allow the port to run a 4K display with a refresh rate of 120 Hz. Thus, the current MacBook Pro HDMI 2.0 port only supports 4K screens with up to 60 Hz refresh rate.
Apple’s decision not to support 4K 120Hz may be based on bandwidth limitations, but connecting Thunderbolt / USB-C screens results in a similar maximum refresh rate. According to Apple: M1 Pro: MacBook Pro models support up to two external screens up to 6K at 60Hz, meanwhile M1 Max: MacBook Pro models support up to three external screens with up to 6K resolution and one external display with up to 60K Hz resolution.
2. Support for UHS-III SD cards
To reassure photographers and video producers, Apple has reintroduced an SD card slot that has not been seen on the MacBook Pro since 2015. What he did not explicitly advertise was that the slot does not support UHS-III cards that offer reading. և write speed up to 24 624 MB / s. (This was not the only disappointment: the SD card slot on the new MacBook Pro supports UHS-II cards, but only data transfer speeds of up to 250 MB / s, not 312 MB / s, which is theoretically compatible with the standard.)
There may not be many UHS-III cameras out there yet, but protecting the future of laptop connectivity for more than $ 2,000 will always be welcome.
3. Ethernet Port:
There’s a pretty good reason why Apple didn’t add Ethernet connectivity to its latest MacBook Pro. A standard Ethernet port is actually thicker than a laptop chassis. So why should this even be considered an obvious omission?
In fact, Apple has faced the same challenge with its latest 24-inch slim design iMac:, which, unlike the MacBook Pro, traditionally included an Ethernet port. Apple’s solution was to install an Ethernet port in the power adapter. Apple says that this “new innovation” allows users to keep their desktops less cluttered while enjoying the benefits of Ethernet, which makes it even more surprising that the MacBook Pro lacks such a plug-in.
4. 5G network connection
Lenovo, Samsung, Acer, Dell և HP all offer 5G laptops, but none of Apple’s notebooks currently support the mobile standard. The same can not be said for Apple iPad: range with two LTE versions iPad Pro: և: iPad mini: easily accessible.
Should we expect the situation to change soon? This is the case if the January 2021 report is well connected Bloomberg journalist: Mark Gourman is something to go. Apple has developed “Basic Mac Support” for mobile, according to Gourmet: Given that we know Apple is working on it own special modem It will appear on iPhones in 2023, so hopefully it will appear on next year’s MacBook Pro.
5. Wi-Fi 6E support
Some say that Wi-Fi 6E is still too new to be worthy of Apple support. The counter-argument is that the Google Pixel 6 և Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra is already standard, սովորաբար users usually update their smartphone much more often than their laptop.
Wi-Fi 6E offers Wi-Fi 6 features and capabilities, including higher performance, lower latency, faster data rates, and up to 6 GHz bandwidth. The extra spectrum provides more airspace outside of the existing 2.4 GHz և 5 GHz Wi-Fi, resulting in increased bandwidth ավելի less interference from Wi-Fi 6E support devices.
By the beginning of 2021, months before the launch of the new MacBook Pro, half a dozen routers և network systems included the latest Wi-Fi 6E range. There will be more over time. All of these reasons speak for themselves as to why Apple is is expected to support the standard at his first mixed reality headset expected later this year or next. The fact that it may appear in the next generation of MacBook Pro is not out of the question at all.
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