Latest MacBook Pro 2020 13 inch Display
this is my first 13-inch. I’ve used the 15, 16, and 17-inches. The links to those videos are in the description. As you can see, the box is unopened so let’s go ahead open it. Judging by its small, compact size, many people, mostly YouTubers and travelers, are going to like the 13-inch. I bought this laptop for my assistant, not for me. From now on, my assistant is going to include subtitles for every video. Because my assistant is working from home and does not own a laptop, this is for them. Let’s move on with the 13-inch Mackbook Pro unboxing. Now, for the most fun part, remove the wrap. Feels amazing to unbox 2 MacBooks back-to-back. In the box, you have the product manual. Some of you wanted me to show the inside. Other than that, you have gray Apple stickers, a power adapter, and a 2m USB-C charging cable. So let’s take a look at the laptop now. I’ve been really excited to show you this video. When you open the laptop, first remove the paper covering the screen. You can see the Apple logo. I’ll see you after setting it up. Let’s talk about the price. I’ve bought the base version priced at $1299.00 + $123.41 tax, and a $4 recycling fee totaling at $1426.41. In India, you will pay rs. 122990 for the 13-inch MacBook Pro. We’ll talk about the other models also. This laptop comes with 1.4 GHz quad-core 8th-Gen Intel Core i5 processor, 8GB 2133 MHz LPDDR3 memory, and 256 GB SSD storage, with two thunderbolt-3 ports. You have a basic processor with minor upgrades. The 13-inch offers a magic keyboard for a smooth typing experience. This type of keyboard was offered before 2015. After this, Apple switched to butterfly keyboards, which had a lot of complaints. So this laptop brings back the magic keyboard. The 13-inch MacBook Pro has touch bar and touch ID. The ESC key is a physical key this time, instead of being integrated. The older versions had the ESC key and the touch ID integrated into the touch bar. The screen size is 13.3 inches and offers a sharp image. The MacBook Pro is more powerful and brighter than the MacBook Air. MacBook Pro is intended for heavy work, but a Macbook Air can be suitable for a college student to use Microsoft Office and complete assignments. MacBook Pro is very useful Photoshop and web developer. MacBook Air is intended for basic use and doesn’t need upgrades. Today, I’m showing you the 13-inch MacBook Pro. I’ve also covered the 16-inch. If you haven’t seen the video, the link is in the description. The 16-inch MacBook Pro is useful for those who need more GPU power and are video editors. The 13-inch does not offer dedicated GPU power and uses system memory. So I would recommend 16-inch for video editors, animators, or any 3D related work. 13-inch MacBook Pro is good for light editing work. Keep in mind, 13-inch can’t handle 4K video editing. There are two 13-inch models that are 8th gen. The only difference between the two is storage. The one I have has 256 GB SSD storage, while the other 8th gen 13-inch has 512 GB SSD storage priced at $1499. I personally think spending extra for extra storage is just a wastage of money. Just buy external hard drives. The third option is a 10th gen 13-inch MacBook Pro priced at $1799. The 10th gen has 512 GB storage and LPDDR4X memory so bigger storage and faster RAM than the 13-inch 8th gen. Another difference is in the ports. the 8th gen has two thunderbolt ports, while the 10th gen has four thunderbolt ports. To sum it up, the 10th gen has more storage, faster RAM, more ports, and better speakers. BUT I don’t think it’s worth the extra money. You can always upgrade the RAM on the 8th gen to get 16 GB. The only difference between the 13-inch 8th gen and 10th gen is in the specs. Not a huge difference in usage. The 10th gen also gets better thermals with 2 fans, while the 8th gen has only 1 fan. Noticeably, buying the 10th gen at $1799 will probably total around $2000 with tax. Why not spend a little extra and just buy the 16-inch at $2399? The 13-inch base model isn’t bad. If you need more storage, a cheaper alternative is to buy an external hard drive. Apple’s storage option is on the expensive side. Although I have 256 GB, I don’t need much storage. Now you may wonder why there’s such a huge difference in the prices. Again, I urge you to buy the 16-inch for heavy editing. The difference is something you can experience only after working with both 13-inch and 16-inch. The GPU is extremely important to rapidly generate images on a display, which is best on a 16-inch MacBook Pro. For beginners, a 13-inch is the best. If you are interested, the link is in the description. In conclusion, buy 16-inch MacBook Pro for 4K video editing/photoshop and 13-inch MacBook Pro for light video editing. My suggestion to you is to save your money. Buy the base model and upgrade it when needed. Let me know you thoughts on this laptop and video in the comments. 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