Apple launches faster processors on MacBook Pro

Apple launches faster processors on MacBook Pro

Apple launches faster processors on MacBook Pro

The maximum frequency comes to 2.9 and 4.8 GHz mode with sed.

"Under the hood, the 15" MacBook Pro can be yours with a choice of an Intel Core i7 or i9 processor which can be Turbo Boosted up to 4.8GHz.

Announced late yesterday, Apple's refresh sees the MacBook Pro range upgraded to feature Intel's 8th-generation Coffee Lake family of processors, up to 32GB of RAM, and up to 4TB of storage. The new chip also allows users to call out Siri for the first time on a MacBook Pro. Pricing starts at $2,399 but can be as much as $6,699 if you fully max out. Apple's butterfly keys are more hard to remove for cleaning than standard keys if the issue was caused by dust. Apple claims a 70% performance boost over the previous generation. Externally, the changes are nearly imperceptible, a major upgrade had on the functionality of the devices.

The new MacBooks are also the first laptops to support the "Hey Siri" functionality to trigger Apple's voice assistant.

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Apart from performance enhancement, Apple has also fitted Pro models with True Tone technology which offers more natural viewing experience owing to sensors. The Retina display on these models features support for P3 wide color gamut and with 500 nits of brightness.

But that's not all. The new MacBook Pro is available for ordering now on Apple.com, and will be available from Apple Authorized Resellers and Apple retail stores later this week.

While the design might not be a radical shift from its predecessor, the update is more than just a spec bump.

The enclosure holds a Radeon Pro 580 with 8GB of dedicated GDDR5 VRAM. The 2015 MacBook Pro offered an option for those who needed or wanted USB-A ports, an SD card reader, Thunderbolt 2 or Mini DisplayPort, or an HDMI port built into their computer. There is no major upgrade to the base 13-inch model, so if you were looking at that model, you may want to wait until later this year as Apple is rumored to be working on a cheaper 13-inch MacBook. 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.

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