With the launch of the 16-inch MacBook Pro, it represents Apple’s biggest and most powerful laptop to date. While a laptop is clearly designed to be used on the go, we imagine that there are some who plan to use it while at home or at the office as well, and as such, will probably connect it to external monitors.
If you’re wondering about external monitor support, Apple’s MacBooks already support external monitors to varying degrees, but according to Apple’s support document, it mentions that its new 16-inch MacBook Pro will actually be capable of support as many as two 6K external displays with a resolution of 6016×3384 at a 60Hz refresh rate.
Alternatively, if you don’t have 6K displays, the laptop will also be capable of support up to two 5K monitors or four 4K monitors. Whether or not you actually need that many displays is entirely up to you, but thanks to its USB-C connection, and presumably if you have a USB-C monitor, it can connect the laptop to the display while charging it at the same time.
Apple’s new 16-inch MacBook Pro is priced starting at $2,500 which is the same price as the base 15-inch MacBook Pro which it will be replacing in its lineup.