Much is to be expected from Apple’s redesign for the MacBook Pro. When laptops arrive, computers should be equipped with better screens, faster processors, and a new thinner design. There is another change that will be welcomed. Apple has finally tackled one of the biggest problems of the recent MacBook, hoping to catch up with Windows 10’s competition.
According to the details of Apple DylanDKT monitor, Apple is finally ready to switch to low -resolution webcams on laptops. Sami Fathi reports:
“[DylanDKT] says that the upcoming 14 -inch and 16 -inch MacBook Pro will receive “updated and improved 1080p webcams” in addition to “the entire Mac lineup.” Apple’s latest Mac, the 24-inch iMac, has a 1080p webcam; however, the MacBook Air and MacBook Pro still have 720p cameras. “
This hardware update is important for Apple. This may not have the magnitude of the move to ARM -based Apple Silicon chips, but as the Work From Home movement has grown from a small group to a large number of workforce over the last eighteen months, so has the use of video calling and conferencing.
Apple’s 720p anemia offering is outdated until 2020, especially now in the summer of 2021.
The developers of macOS have been working on raw photos from webcams to harness the potential of Apple Silicon, and its image signal processor, to improve picture quality but this is a high -tech digital wrapper in one of the weakest parts of the whole package.
Finally, Apple took the obvious step. As part of a redesign of the MacBook Pro that will include a powerful miniLED screen, a thinner design, and a higher -end M1 processor, users who buy the new laptop will have a 1080p webcam.
Now Apple can finally meet the specifications of the game. Frankly, it’s time.
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