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Macworld Podcast: Deep thoughts about the M1 Pro MacBook Pro
Apple’s new MacBook Pro is here in the Macworld offices, so we talk about it and its M1 Pro processor, its display, the notch, and more on this episode of the Macworld Podcast.
This is episode 766 with Jason Cross, Michael Simon, and Roman Loyola.
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Click on the links below for more information about what we talked about on the show.
14-inch MacBook Pro (M1 Pro) review: Life just keeps getting better for Mac users
M1 Pro and M1 Max MacBook Pro: New everything, inside and out
M1 Pro and M1 Max: Apple’s about to embarrass Intel all over again
The new MacBook Pro falls frustratingly short of perfection
Fast charging on the 16-inch MacBook Pro is limited to MagSafe
The new MacBook Pro is available today–here’s how to find one
Best MacBook: Which Apple laptop should you buy?
macOS Monterey: All the new features arriving October 25
Apple’s $19 Polishing Cloth will keep your screens clean and classy
Listen to episode 766
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Roman has covered technology since the early 1990s. His career started at MacUser, and he’s worked for MacAddict, Mac|Life, and TechTV.