The new Apple MacBook Pro

This is the new Apple MacBook Pro and doesn’t it look amazing. MacBooks are generally great pieces of machinery and work really well. They have a elegant feel to them and you could only sometimes wonder what Apple could do to make them better year on year. This new MacBook pro really shows you the genius of Apple and there constant need for improvement to become market leaders, and leaders they are. This new laptop is faster and more powerful than before, yet thinner and lighter. It has the brightest, most colourful Mac notebook display ever. It also introduces the new revolutionary Touch Bar, a Multi-Touch enabled strip of glass built into the keyboard for instant access to the tools you want.

The new mac is mostly different to previous mac’s due to the new Touch Bar that replaces the function keys that have long occupied the top of your keyboard. It changes automatically based on what you’re doing to show you relevant tools you already know how to use, system controls like volume and brightness, interactive ways to adjust or browse through content, intelligent typing features like emoji and predictive text, and more. And for the first time, Touch ID is available on a Mac, enabling instant access to logins and fast, secure online purchases with Apple Pay.

The Touch Bar is a new idea that places controls right at the user’s fingertips and adapts when using the system or apps like Mail, Finder, Calendar, Numbers, GarageBand, Final Cut Pro X and many more, including third-party apps. For example, the Touch Bar can show Tabs and favourites in Safari, enable easy access to emoji in Messages, provide a simple way to edit images or scrub through videos in Photos and so much more.

The new display delivers images that are more vivid, reveal even greater detail and appear more lifelike than ever. It features brighter LED backlighting and an increased contrast ratio, delivering deeper blacks and brighter whites. Its larger pixel aperture and variable refresh rate make it more power efficient than previous generations. The Retina display on the new MacBook Pro at 500 nits of brightness, is an amazing 67 percent brighter than the previous generation and features 67 percent more contrast. With power-saving technologies like a larger pixel aperture, a variable refresh rate and more power-efficient LEDs, the display consumes 30 percent less energy than before.

The MacBook comes in 2 sizes the 13inch model and the 15inch model. The 13inch model is 1.37kg and 14.9mm thin that is 17 percent thinner and 23 percent less volume than the previous generation. The new 15-inch MacBook Pro is 1.83kg and 15.5 mm thin that is 14 percent thinner and 20 percent less volume than before. 

This is the most powerful MacBook pro yet. Powerful processors, cutting-edge graphics, blazing-fast SSDs, high-speed memory deliver amazing pro-level performance. Sixth-generation dual-core Core i5 with eDRAM, dual-core Core i7 with eDRAM and quad-core Core i7 Intel processors deliver processing performance while conserving energy. The new 15-inch MacBook Pro features powerful Radeon Pro discrete graphics delivering up to 2.3 times more performance than the previous generation; while the 13-inch MacBook Pro comes with Intel Iris Graphics that are up to two times faster than before. All models feature SSDs with sequential read speeds over 3GBps and Thunderbolt 3, which consolidates data transfer, charging and twice the video bandwidth in a single port, allowing users to drive a 5K display and power their MacBook Pro with a single cable.

Thunderbolt 3 combines ultra-high bandwidth with the ultra-versatility of the USB-C industry standard to create one revved-up universal port. It integrates data transfer, charging and video output in a single connector, delivering up to 40 Gbps of throughput for twice the bandwidth of Thunderbolt 2. Thunderbolt 3 is reversible, so no matter how you plug in, it’s always the right way up.

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