New MacBook Pro Accruement -5K Retina Display
A few days ago, Apple announced that they will be making some enhancement and configuration changes in their new MacBook Pro and iMac. These improvements are seen by industry insiders as Apple’s way of looking towards the future, with the summer season almost here, back to school season is going to be coming up soon after, and the company is trying to upgrade their products, and make them more competitive with their counterparts.
One of the improvements Apple is making is improving the storage on the MacBook Pro, the 15” MacBook Pro is going to come standard with 256 GB of flash storage, which will make it 2.5 times faster than the previous edition of the MacBook Pro. The new MacBook Pro is also expected to have a longer battery life, and will be able to last up to nine hours without a charge.
Another addition to the 15” MacBook Pro is the inclusion of the Force Touch trackpad. This was first introduced in the new 13” MacBook, and it allows users to set the sensitivity of the trackpad to their liking. The graphics on the 15” MacBook Pro is where it really shines, because it has an AMD Radeon R9 M370x graphics card, which gives you excellent graphics, and is 80 percent faster than the graphics card in the previous MacBook Pro, and deliver a better performance when editing videos, playing HD games, or rendering 3D graphics.
There are different versions of the 15” MacBook Pro being sold by Apple, the regular model of the MacBook Pro comes with a 2.2GHz quad core Intel Core i7 processor, a Turbo Boost of 3.4GHz, and 16GB of RAM. This is the cheapest version of the 15” MacBook Pro that Apple is selling, and it is currently retailing for $1,999.
The other version of the 15” MacBook Pro being sold comes with a 2.5GHz quad core Intel Core i7 processor, a Turbo Boost of 3.7GHz, 16GB of RAM, and 512 GB of storage. This model retails for $2,499. Some people were expecting the new MacBook Pro to use the new Intel Broadwell processor, but Apple stuck with the older Intel Haswell processors. The theory behind this is that Apple didn’t believe the Broadwell processors would make that much of a difference, and they decided to skip it, and wait for the latest Intel processors, the Skylake to be ready, and put them in their next generation MacBook Pro.
The new updates that Apple has done on the MacBook Pro, make it better than the previous edition, which should be enough to get people to pick one up for themselves.