The new ones Macbook pro that Apple has unveiled this week have a completely new chassis. And that case incorporates an airflow design for improved cooling over previous MacBook Pros.
The good news is that the company has ensured that said new ventilation system will hardly ever use it the device. He claims that for most everyday jobs, the MacBook Pro won’t need the fans running, as the new M1 Max and M1 Pro won’t get hot enough. We will see.
The new ones 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro that Apple has presented this past Monday, include completely designs of their chassis, with a new air cooling system improved compared to previous MacBooks Pro.
Fans that will hardly be used
The company claims that the new thermal system in its latest high-end MacBooks is capable of move 50% more air with lower fan speeds than its predecessors. It also explains that for most users of the new models, the “fans will never run” for the more everyday tasks that are performed on a daily basis.
Apple’s vice president of hardware engineering, John ternus, explained during Monday’s event that the new chassis has been designed with an “intense focus on performance and utility.” He explained that the new MacBook Pros are machined under an advanced thermal system.
Overall, the new thermal architecture of the new ARM processors allows the new MacBook Pros to maintain a high performance for longer periods of time, preventing your efficient new processors from getting hot enough to trigger the cooling fans.
Many are the statements that the company has made since last Monday, regarding the characteristics of the new MacBook Pro, which is more surprising. They are all true. We will discover it from that next week, when the first units begin to reach their lucky users.