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[MACBOOK PRO 2018 REVIEW RE-DO]
It was nine years ago that my long-struggling HP zd8000 crashed for the final time – and it would turn out to be the last PC I owned. After a lifetime spent on Windows, I made the jump to the MacBook Air – and I couldn’t have loved it more. It wasn’t just that it was ten pounds lighter than my previous machine; it was also more powerful to boot. My father and I built our first YouTube channel entirely on the back of a MacBook Air in iMovie; later, I would use a newer MacBook Air to help grow the Pocketnow YouTube Channel, this time in Final Cut Pro. These machines let me do more of the work I loved … and when I graduated to a MacBook Pro in 2015, all the added utility made up for the loss of portability.
Sadly, when Apple redesigned the MacBook Pro in 2016 to trim some of the pounds it had picked up … it also ended up building a worse computer. Over the past year and a half, I’ve owned two versions of this expensive misfire, and if I didn’t still use Final Cut Pro every day, I’d have moved on a long time ago. This is the MacBook 2018 Review Re-Do.
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MrMobile’s MacBook Pro 2018 Review Re-Do was produced following six months with a MacBook Pro 2018 and twelve months with a MacBook Pro 2017. Both models were retail units purchased by Mobile Nations. MrMobile’s content has been produced entirely on the MacBook Pro since the channel’s launch in 2016.
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Apple’s MacBook Pro throttling fix seems to be working [Digital Trends]:
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