Apple has today updated the MacBook Pro with faster performance and new features, making it the most advanced Mac notebook to date. The new models with Touch Bar boast 8th-generation Intel Core processors, 6-core on the 15-inch edition for up to 70 percent faster performance, and quad-core on the 13-inch for up to two times faster performance. Apple also points out that the retooled MacBook Pro can compile code faster and run multiple virtual machines and test environments easier than ever.
The Mac notebook supports up to 32GB of memory, while welcoming a True Tone display and revamped third-generation keyboard for quieter typing. Additional features include Radeon Pro graphics, a large Force Touch trackpad, innovative Touch Bar and Touch ID, dynamic stereo speakers, Thunderbolt 3 for data transfer, and charging and connecting up to two 5K displays or four external GPUs.
The computer's Retina Display with True Tone delivers an unmatched viewing experience, with 500 nits of brightness and support for the P3 wide color gamut. The display and Touch Bar are designed to provide a more natural look for design and editing, in addition to more common tasks such as browsing the web and writing emails.
For more on Apple's new and improved MacBook Pro, starting at $1,799 USD (13-inch) and $2,399 USD (15-inch), follow to the company's website.
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