Display Resolutions Of M1X MacBook Pro 14-inch and 16-inch Revealed

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After several months of rumored delays owing to production concerns; Apple‘s next-generation M1X-powered 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro models are set to debut next month. Apple appears to have disclosed the most recent facts about the gadget in code strings. It was discovered by Steve Moser in the latest beta build of macOS Monterey.

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The new 14-inch MacBook Pro will have a resolution of 3021 x 1964 pixels. While the new 16-inch MacBook Pro will have a resolution of 3456 x 2234 pixels. The resolutions are up from 3072 x 1920 pixels on the current Intel model. According to Macrumors, the pixel density of Apple’s current MacBooks should grow from roughly 227 pixels per inch to around 250 pixels per inch in both scenarios.

If this is correct, the upcoming M1X-powered MacBook Pro models would have a real 2x Retina setting as the default. It would be the best option for overall viewing comfort. Of course, the new MacBook Pro models are expected to have improved specs in other areas as well, such as mini-LED backlighting for more precise local dimming control and maybe even 120 Hz refresh rates, similar to the new iPhone 13 Pro models.

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