I found myself in the excitement that followed despite being a lifelong Windows user, when a new generation of MacBook Pro was introduced several weeks ago.
His announcement was made with understanding, with people screaming to advance minutes after the stream ended. If I am accumulating a lot of money to my name I can also join, but it is not the only hefty question that makes me come to my senses.
For an alternative, I would buy a Studio Studio Nvidia laptop on a MacBook Pro. My personal preference for Windows-based applications contributed to that decision, but I also feel they are better optimized for what I would like in a creative work.
After all, despite all the rich business execs who will be buying the new Apple flagship, the MacBook Pro is designed with content developers in mind, which is part of what it intends to do to get the most out of its ports back in the year 2016 therefore controversial.
Apple may have brought them back in this latest iteration, but it also annoys me that they have ever been removed in the first place. On top of that, while it may be one of the best choices for photographers and video editors, my creative needs sit more with 3D rendering and other graphics tools. Call me the old fashioned way, but I like having a graphics card on the integration system in my work computers, especially when it comes to advantages like DLSS and raytracing.
Which is exactly why I would buy a Studio Studio laptop on a MacBook Pro. Nvidia may be more famous for its gaming products, but features included in the GeForce gaming line also have advantages for creatives. Finding the fastest speed of RTX GPU and weak AI is a surprising boost for anyone working with applications such as Autodesk Arnold and Blender for example, all thanks to Nvidia Studio drivers.