Pros and Cons of Macbook Pro

Apple MacBook Pro Review: Is It Really Worth Buying?

The 13-inch powerful MacBook is easy to learn just like an iPhone. The Apple M1 chip gives the MacBook Pro up to 5x the graphics speed and up to 2.8x CPU performance.

It has an advanced 11x faster machine learning and battery life of up to 20 hours allowing you to work, create and play in an easy way. Its software and hardware are highly secured. So the MacBook owner will not face issues of security as the Windows users face.

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Expert reviews and ratings

By TrustedReviews on September 09, 2020

The MacBook Pro 2020 is a great machine in many ways. Lovely screen, sleek design, excellent keyboard and stellar software. It’s highly customisable with large amounts of SSD and memory available, making it very versatile depending on how much you want to spend.By TechAdvisor on June 26, 2020

The new 13in MacBook Pro is a portable powerhouse, but it’s expensive and beginning to lag behind the Windows competition in design and battery life.By Wired on May 28, 2020

The new MacBook lineup is Apple’s best in years, but they’re all a bit … boring. Boring isn’t bad. Stability and reliability often come along with that label. And perhaps, like Goldilocks, I’m being spoiled. This laptops’ too dull, that one’s too heavy. However, there was a time when MacBooks pushed the envelope and regularly redefined what a laptop could be. Now, they’re just good laptops.By The Verge on May 13, 2020

The whole point of the 13-inch Pro is to give you a little more headroom for running more powerful (or just more) apps than the MacBook Air can really handle without groaning under the load. It’s meant to be the machine you can take for granted. Now that the keyboard is fixed, I’m looking forward to doing just that.By MacWorld on May 11, 2020

If you aren’t spending most of your time in pro apps that can take advantage of the faster graphics, and you have a 13-inch MacBook Pro that was bought within the past four years, you’re probably fine for now. However, there is that new Magic Keyboard, and if you’re absolutely tired of the butterfly keyboard, make the switch. Your hands will thank you.By PCMag on May 07, 2020

A tweaked keyboard and the option for a 10th Generation Intel “Ice Lake” CPU bring typing comfort and better performance to Apple’s already-excellent 13-inch MacBook Pro.By Mashable on May 07, 2020

Out of all four configurations, the $1,799 13-inch MacBook Pro is your best option. In addition to the Magic Keyboard, it packs the latest Intel processor for strong performance and plenty of storage to power you through all your creative tasks.By Engadget on May 06, 2020

In addition to a pleasant typing experience, the 13-inch MBP brings improved graphics performance, healthy battery life and the same lovely Retina display as before. It’s mostly a solid choice, save for a few shortcomings (namely, a hot bottom and the ongoing omission of pro-grade ports).

Unless you’re planning to shell out at least $1,799 for a new 13-inch ‌MacBook Pro‌, this refresh is somewhat disappointing because the more affordable, lower-end models don’t get anything but a refreshed keyboard design. At a $1,799 starting price and up to $3,500 for the upgrades, some users might be better off checking out one of the 16-inch ‌MacBook Pro‌ models unless size is a concern.By CNBC on May 07, 2020

But here’s what I think you should do: If you’re thinking of buying the 13-inch MacBook Pro, you should probably get the $1,799 model if you can afford it. It has newer and faster 10th-generation Intel processors, 512 GB of storage, twice the memory (and it’s faster memory, too), and four Thunderbolt 3 ports instead of just two. By The Verge on May 06, 2020

Apple has delivered an update to the 13-inch MacBook Pro that does the things most people would expect a good laptop to do. First and foremost, the keyboard is expected to be trustworthy. It’s always possible that there’s a critical flaw nobody has caught yet. But I think it’s safe to trust this Magic Keyboard — and this MacBook.By TechCrunch on May 06, 2020

For most users, the Air should be plenty for most tasks. For those who need more power without breaking their backs or banks, however, the 13-inch model is still a strong and safe bet that’s now much easier on the fingers.