MacBook Pro 2018 keyboard may not fix sticky key problem

MacBook Pro 2018 keyboard may not fix sticky key problem

MacBook Pro 2018 keyboard may not fix sticky key problem

Apple low key launched a new MacBook Pro line this week, with some high key features that we know you're going to love! Essentially Apple Inc. customers in India will have configurable processor, RAM, storage, and graphics card options.

Sadly, while the new 2018 MacBook Pro does have an updated third-generation keyboard, Apple tells CNET it doesn't include any new engineering or tweaks to address the sticky key issue. The 13-inch model will top out with quad-core processors.

Up until today, Apple continued to stock the 2015 15-inch MacBook Pro as an alternative to the 2016 and beyond machines that were also available.

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Apple has released a beefed up Macbook Pro that's as powerful as it is pricey.

Still, don't waste their time: if you have a MacBook Pro you bought six months ago, you're not going to be able to trade it for a 2018 model.

While the exterior looks similar to the previous model, Apple has managed to upgrade the Retina Display with True Tone technology. And with its powerful Radeon Pro graphics, large Force Touch trackpad, revolutionary Touch Bar and Touch ID, dynamic stereo speakers, quiet Apple-designed cooling system, and Thunderbolt 3 for data transfer, charging and connecting up to two 5K displays or four external GPUs, it's the ultimate pro notebook. Originally featured on the iPad Pro, True Tone provides a more natural viewing experience as it adjusts the screen's white balance according to your ambient lighting. For instance, if you bought your MacBook Pro 15 or 16 days ago, there's a good chance that the manager will let it go and treat it like a 14-day return. For the first time on a Mac, you can get assistance with your voice by saying "Hey Siri". Apple says it also now supports double the eDRAM, 16GB RAM max, and up to 2TB SSD. Which is Apple-speak for "its borked but we can't fix it, so we are making it your problem".

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