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March 18, 2022

Apple’s Mac Studio is heavy, gray, and full of ports. But the really exciting stuff is on the inside. Meet the M1 Ultra, Apple’s brand-new processor that combines two M1 Max chips into one monstrous CPU. We gave this device to professionals across The Verge’s creative team. Here’s what they had to say.

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Studio Display review:

Quick correction! At 9:07 the current MacBook Pro and iPad Pro use a mini-LED display, not micro-LED. Thank you to DGB Antho for flagging 😀

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0:00 Intro
0:54 M1 Ultra
2:30 Mac Studio configuration
3:00 Mac Studio vs Mac Pro for video editing
3:50 Mac Studio for Video, Audio and Illustration
7:32 Studio Display review
11:15 Studio Display speaker comparison
11:54 Studio Display webcam
12:56 Apple’s response to poor Studio Display webcam quality
13:51 Mac Studio M1 Ultra benchmarks (Geekbench 5, Shadow of the Tomb Raider, Cinebench R23, PugetBench)
16:45 Mac Studio display output
17:10 M1 Ultra vs M1 Max
18:25 Conclusion

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