I use a Macbook Pro 2015 as my personal laptop and find it very comfortable on my eyes. I can read for many hours on it without getting any headaches, eye strain, or brain fog. However I have to use the latest Macbook Pro 16 inch 2020 for work. For some reason, I cannot look at the screen for more than 30 minutes without developing a migraine which eventually into brain fog and irritability with further use. When trying to read something that requires concentration on the Macbook pro 2016 and later I find myself getting distracted by the feeling in my head. Has anyone else experienced this problem going from earlier Macbooks to Macbooks 2016 and later (I previously used a 2016 Macbook Pro for work and experienced the same issue)? Or does anyone have any ideas about how to go about investigating this problem, perhaps by finding some way to replicate the 2015 Macbook Pro screen?
I have tried many monitors and most are better than the 2016 Macbook Pro screen but all are worse than the 2015 Macbook Pro screen. I can get by day to day by plugging the newer Macbook Pro into one of the better monitors but ideally I'd like to be able to work on a screen that is as comfortable to me as the 2015 Macbook Pro