The new 14-inch MacBook Pro has so many advantages over the 13-inch model that, if you are a professional user bound to macOS, and with the cash to invest in a seriously capable workhorse, your decision really comes down to whether you should buy the 14-inch or the 16-inch model. You can safely leave the 13-inch M1 MacBook Pro model off the list.
The Apple returns policy allows you to get the latest M1 MacBook Pro if you bought an older model recently and want the latest instead.
OWC is highlighting ten of its products that provide storage and connectivity to owners of the M1 MacBook Pro announced on Monday.
A new generation of MacBook Pros was the main highlight of Monday’s Apple event. It has a new unibody-design, powerful chips, and a notch.
AdGuard for Mac has a new update, and it brings DNS filtering, support for Apple Silicon, and compatibility with macOS Monterey. “From now you needn’t rely on a DNS server provided by your ISP by default, you have the luxury of making choices — cherry-pick DNS servers from known DNS providers or even add custom DNS servers. You can also add domains to DNS blocklist or allowlist and add complicated rules using DNS rules syntax.”
HYPER has unveiled two products that help you extend your M1 MacBook’s display, Plug-n-Play devices that don’t need software drivers.