More Pro than ever.
With the launch of the 16-inch MacBook Pro and the updated Mac Pro, it is clear that Apple is also focusing on the Pro user segment. With this in mind, developers have found evidence that future macOS version will have a new ‘Pro Mode’ to boost performance.
The latest beta for macOS Catalina has pointed out about a new Pro Mode that can be toggled by a switch. From the code, it was referenced that this can allow the Mac to have boosted performance, which can make apps run faster. But there was also a warning that says that turning Pro Mode on can result in decreased battery life and louder fan operation.
It’s a cool addition though, and we’re curious to see how normal users can take advantage of this feature – if it’s actually rolling out to everyone. Similar to other beta features, there’s a good chance that Pro Mode might not appear on the final version of the current macOS software.
There’s also the question on which Macs will Pro Mode be included: the MacBooks, MacBook Pros, iMac, iMac Pro or even the Mac Pro, which itself already features an over-the-top specification.
What do you think about the Macs getting this new Pro Mode? Is it something you will personally use? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!