Feature AppleInsider is supported by its audience and may earn commission as an Amazon Associate and affiliate partner on qualifying purchases. These affiliate partnerships do not influence our editorial content. Apple has finally launched the much-wanted 14-inch MacBook Pro with Apple Silicon, but it’s kept the 13-inch model in the lineup for a reason. Here’s how the two compare, and how they compare to the last 13-inch Intel version. Apple’s 13-inch MacBook Pro was the first of its Pro notebooks to transition to Apple Silicon , and it immediately replaced the previous Intel version. But while that November 2020 update was radical in its speed and performance improvements, it retained everything else about the older model — including its screen size. It was applauded for its performance, but also criticized for how it hadn’t followed the 15-inch MacBook Pro in gaining a larger screen, chiefly through smaller bezels. It was also criticized for having a low-end collection of ports. Now the new 14-inch MacBook Pro has addressed those two criticisms, and appears to also blow away the performance of even the 2020 M1 model. Yet Apple has kept that 2020 model in the lineup. Full specifications compared 14-inch MacBook Pro… Read full this story
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