The laptops that Apple® produces have for a long time been revered as the gold standard when discussing laptop machines. MacBook® devices were also the first to make tech, such as multi-touch trackpads, backlit keyboards and IPS display screens, go mainstream in the laptop world. When it comes to laptops, Apple's lineup has become much more streamlined with the introduction of the Macbook Pro®.
The heavy-duty desktop RAM capacity is another aspect worth considering when choosing a computer for specific needs. Even though the Pro and Air come with powerful Intel® Core™ i5 8th-Gen processors, they're still two very different models. The Air Only Turbo Boost reaches up to 3.6GHz, and the dual-core offers a 1.6GHz speed. The Macbook Pro, however, has the ability to Turbo Boost to 3.9GHz, and is quad-core, which makes it a little more powerful than its counterpart. Configuration of the Macbook Pro RAM accommodates select i7 Intel Core processors, and gives the device sufficient power. When it comes to memory, Macbook Air RAM, and that of its counterpart, come at a standard 2133MHz 8GB of RAM, which equals good laptop memory. This is typically the same in both the standard models available in each series, and the 8GB on either can move up to 16GB. These are the instances where you see how Mac memory shines. Large Macbook Pro laptops start with a capacity of 16GB of RAM, and it's possible to upgrade them up to about 64GB.
Aside from the superior Macbook Pro Memory, Apple is well-known as a brand for being storage-friendly. Both of them come with 128GB at the start, which then doubles in size to 256GB when you go a level up, and their server memory is also off the charts. The Pro can start from 512GB, but that's for some of their more pricier models available. All models allow for upgrades if a user thinks that they may need more space. The Macbook Air RAM, for instance, is upgradable up to 1TB. The Pro, on the other hand, can go as far as 2TB. If you think you're going to be needing a lot of space, then the Pro is a fitting option. Both Mac memory and storage are outstanding and necessary for optimal computing performance during strenuous computer projects. Without sufficient memory support, laptop devices can overheat quickly.
Most Macbook devices feature Apple's new True Tone® tech that matches the display's color temp to the environment's lighting conditions. Combine this with the high-level performance of their DPI display and you've got crisp and crystal clear images, which look very realistic and life-like. Also, Macs with Retina and the Windows® laptop scaling options are capable of producing optimal performances throughout long-term use.