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Finally MacBook Pro Now 70% Faster Following Upgrade

They have been asking for it for ages now MacBook Pro users are getting a major upgrade.

Apple has unveiled new features on the MacBook Pro including faster core processors, larger memory and better security to 13-inch and 15-inch models with touch bar.

The introduction of an 8th-generation Intel processors will make the 15-inch model up to 70 percent faster and the 13-inch model up to two times faster Apple has said.

The new MacBook Pro includes support for up to 32GB of memory, an improved keyboard for quieter typing and will also be able to compile code faster.

The company said that the Apple T2 chip, first introduced in the iMac Pro, will provide better system security and also bring voice assistant “Hey Siri” to the Mac for the first time.

In April, the 13-inch MacBook Pros without touch bars had come under scrutiny, with some users reporting battery-related issues. Apple had said it was not a safety issue and had offered worldwide free replacement for such batteries.

15-Inch MacBook Pro features:
– 6-core Intel Core i7 and Core i9 processors up to 2.9 GHz with Turbo Boost up to 4.8 GHz
– Up to 32GB of DDR4 memory 
– Powerful Radeon Pro discrete graphics with 4GB of video memory in every configuration
– Up to 4TB of SSD storage2
– True Tone display technology
– Apple T2 chip 
– Touch Bar and Touch ID
13-Inch MacBook Pro features:
– Quad-core Intel Core i5 and i7 processors up to 2.7 GHz with Turbo Boost up to 4.5 GHz and double the eDRAM
– Intel Iris Plus integrated graphics 655 with 128MB of eDRAM
– Up to 2TB of SSD storage2
– True Tone display technology
– Apple T2 chip
– Touch Bar and Touch ID
All models are available now with the 13-inch starting from $2,699 and the 15-inch at $3,499.


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