It turns out that the beta version for macOS developers has a performance-oriented “ pro mode ''
by Mia Baker
Apple released January 14, 2020macOS CatalinaBeta build for developersmacOS Catalina 10.15.3 Developer beta 2”And“ performance focused for creators ”Pro mode"Was found to be installed.
macOS beta hints at future 'Pro Mode' to boost performance on portable Macs-9to5Mac
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2.5 GHz28 core Intel Xeon W processor and 1.5 TB of memory with up to 5.7 million yenMac ProAnd a high-end model that uses the Intel Core i9 processor with a processing capacity of up to 8 cores / 16 threads.16-inch MacBook ProApple released professional hardware in 2019 to help creators get the most out of their work.
Meanwhile, 9to5mac, which deals with Apple-related news, states, "We have found evidence that Apple is working on new features of macOS that will further improve the professional workflow."
The image below shows where 9to5mac actually turned on pro mode with a command. According to 9to5mac, enabling the pro mode on macOS Catalina 10.15.3 Developer beta 2 says, “ The app will run faster, but the battery life will be shorter and the cooling fan noise may increase. There is a note saying "Ignore the speed limit of the cooling fan". In short, Pro mode allows you to temporarily improve performance by ignoring the default power saving settings in the macOS power management system.
Pro mode is only a temporary option, and even if you enable it, it will be automatically disabled by the next day. Given the word "battery life", 9to5mac sees this pro mode as a feature developed for the MacBook Pro.
MacRumors, which handles Apple-related news,Eurasian Economic Union(EEC) list that the new 13-inch MacBook Pro was registered in the product listreportDid. MacRumor anticipates that this 13-inch model will have a new keyboard similar to the 16-inch model, and that the thermal design may have been revised. According to 9to5mac, "We haven't confirmed it yet, but perhaps Apple may announce the release of the new 13-inch MacBook Pro, and at the same time announce the macOS pro mode."