My only concern with making that swap would be that the Air’s processor and graphics card can’t handle pushing that many pixels. Last year’s Pro barely even could. But this year, the Pro’s much more ready for the task.
Zapowiada się pozytywnie… a kończy?
One thing you can’t customize are Intel’s Iris graphics, which are responsible for constantly powering the 13-inch Pro’s pixel-rich display. As with last year’s model, I noticed a distinct difference between it and the Iris Pro-powered 15-inch Pro, and especially compared to the larger model with discrete graphics (an Nvidia chip that isn’t an option at 13 inches). Heavy websites like The Verge stutter occasionally, in a way that’s so familiar to my Air as to be unnoticeable, but that can’t compare to the buttery smoothness of the larger Pro. I was able to play two 1080p videos side by side without issue, but a third would occasionally make another jerk through a few frames.
Jest lepiej, ale model 15″ z dyskretnym układem rozkłada go na łopatki. A w międzyczasie nadal uważam, że 11″ Air to najlepszy MacBook… dla mnie.