Apple's introduction of the M1 series of chips was a major paradigm shift for the company, bringing with them some of the efficient performance ever seen, allowing for powerful laptops that still managed to last all day. That, combined with other features, like a large and vibrant display, make the 16" MacBook Pro with the M1 Max chip the seeming frontrunner for creatives on the go. Can it keep that title in practice? This excellent video review discusses one creative's thoughts after a year with the laptop.
Coming to you from Bobby Tonelli, this excellent video review takes a look at the 16" MacBook Pro with M1 Max chip after a year of usage. I have been nothing but impressed with M series SoC computers. I am currently typing this on my M2 MacBook Air, and after getting started at 7:30 this morning, it is now 3:40 in the afternoon, and the battery is at 48%. And while that sort of longevity is awfully impressive on its own, the fact that I can throw just about any task at it really seals the deal. For those users who need a larger screen or even more power, there is the Pro series, which ups the ante all the more. Check out the video above for Tonelli's full thoughts.