Apple 16-inch MacBook Pro (M1 Max, late 2021) review: Apple supercharges its flagship laptop

Apple’s decision to abandon Intel processors and move the Mac platform to its home-grown Apple Silicon was greeted with some concern by many Mac users — concern that was allayed by the first generation of Macs using Apple’s M1 chip, which combined strong performance and impressive battery life. However, it was clear that those first-generation M1 Macs, launched in late 2020, were aimed at mainstream users, and Apple continued to sell Intel-based MacBook Pro and Mac Pro models for its more demanding professional users.

Link: Apple 16-inch MacBook Pro (M1 Max, late 2021) review: Apple supercharges its flagship laptop
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