A lot has been said about Apple's upcoming MacBook Pro refresh . Thanks to industry leaks, we can expect thinner bezels, a new design, greater port variety, and much more. But the webcam? No one seems to be talking about that — and that is a problem. You see, Apple likes to say its MacBook Pro laptops are the best in the biz. They have professional-level performance thanks to the new M1 chip , pro storage speeds on their megafast SSDs, and pro longevity thanks to their top-notch construction. But since when is 720p a pro webcam resolution? Back when Apple was still making MacBooks with butterfly keyboards, I bought a 2015 MacBook Pro because I wanted something more comfortable to type on. I got it in 2019 and a crummy webcam was an acceptable price to pay for avoiding my own personal butterfly hell. Little did I expect that two years later, Apple would still be pumping out $2,000 laptops with the same low-grade front-facing camera that it has been using for close to a decade. It is not just the MacBook Pro that is afflicted. The MacBook Air also has the same resolution on its webcam, as does… Read full this story
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