Updated MacBook pros were the fastest ever produced the Apple, said Vice President of marketing Philip Schiller. The 15-inch version became more powerful by 70%, 13-inch — 50%
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Apple introduced an updated line of laptops MacBook Pro, whose performance in comparison with the predecessors increased by 50-70%. This is stated in the press release of the company.
According to the developers, the new device is aimed primarily at professionals in areas such as application development, design, processing and editing video.
The new notebook comes with Intel eighth-generation Core i5, i7 and i9 with four and six cores, displays True Tone, up to 32 GB of RAM. Apple emphasized that paid attention to user complaints on the sticky and falling out of keyboard buttons: updated line got a new, quieter keyboard third generation. In this case MacBook Pro 15 can be equipped with a discrete graphics accelerator Radeon Pro with 4 GB of memory.
The laptops are equipped with displays TrueTone changing the white balance depending on the lighting type. The 13-inch version is 2560 × 1600 pixels, the screen is a 15 inch version has a resolution of 2880 × 1800 pixels.
The laptops are “super fast” SSDS with capacities up to 4 TB on the 15-inch version and up to 2 TB on the line of the younger models.
As stated by senior Vice President of marketing Philip Schiller, the new MacBook Pro “is the fastest and most powerful of those we’ve ever made”. The price of 13-inch laptop starts from $1799 15-inch — from $2399.
Earlier in June, Vice President, software development Apple’s Craig Federighi unveiled the new mobile operating system — iOS 12, which will “double the performance” of smartphones and tablets, the company making them “faster” and “more sensitive to incoming signals.”
Basically, as explained in the company, it will affect old iPhone and iPad, which dramatically slowed down with the release of new operating systems. The update will be available for all Apple products that, as noted by Federighi then, will make the launch of a new iOS the largest in the history of the company.