Apple MacBook Pro 16 (2021) with M1 Max features ‘High Power Mode’ for extreme performance

There’s no doubt the Apple MacBook Pro (2021) with the new M1 Max chip is going to be one of the most powerful laptops on the market. To make it even better, Apple is said to have added a new feature that it didn’t mention during the keynote. The new MacBook Pro 16-inch model powered by the M1 Max chip features a new High Power Mode that’s designed to maximize performance during resource-intensive tasks such as color grading 8K ProRes video.
According to Macrumors, who received confirmation from Apple about the feature, users will be able to enable this high power mode from the System Preferences menu. The document detailing this new feature says it’ll be available on a 16-inch MacBook Pro running macOS Monterey. This is in line with an older leak talking about the code-level references to High Power Mode in macOS Monterey beta. We’re not entirely sure how this feature works, yet. But if we had to guess, it’ll consume more power to push the cores further. It may also result in loude…

Written By: Karthik Iyer

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