Buy for a Better Display
If you are on a MacBook Pro made in 2017 or earlier, upgrading to the 2019 model will include a display upgrade.
Apple now includes True-Tone technology in the MacBook Pro. This is a feature that started out in the iPhone and iPad and is making its way into the MacBook lineup.
First added in 2018, the True Tone display automatically adjusts the white balance of the screen based on the lighting around you. It's like the ambient light sensor, but on steroids.
You'll get better-looking whites and a better overall display. If you own a recent iPad Pro or an iPhone X or newer, you're already experiencing this.
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