Apple unveiled its MacBook Pro which will get eight cores, making it the fastest Mac notebook ever released. The eight-core MacBook Pro will be enhanced with the 8th and 9th generation Intel Core processors, and it will be the quickest notebook ever released by Apple.
The new MacBook Pro comes with two times faster efficiency than a quad-core MacBook Pro and a 40% more efficiency than a six-core MacBook Pro. Tom Boger, Apple’s senior director of Mac Product Marketing, said that the notebook would come with eight-core processors, Retina display, fast storage, battery life that lasts all day and powered by macOS.
Apple’s new 15-inch MacBook Pro comes now with faster six and eight-core Intel Core processors, peaking Turbo Boost speeds up to 5.0 GHz, and the 13-inch MacBook Pro with Touch Bar comes with faster quad-core processors, topping its Turbo Boost speeds to 4.7 GHz. The new notebook with eight-core processors is twice as fast as the currently fastest quad-core 15-inch Mac notebook.
The New MacBook Pro Also Comes With Many Other Improvements
Besides the eight-core processors, the new MacBook Pro’s Retina screen has 500 particles of brightness, assistance for the P3 various color range and also True Tone technology. It also has stereo speakers with wide-stereo sound included, Touch ID, incredible controls with Touch Bar, and a wide Force Touch trackpad.
Apple’s MacBook Pro comes with incredibly fast SSD storage, the Apple T2 Security Chip for improved protection, Thunderbolt 3 ports for data transfer, charging and linking up to two 5K displays or four external GPUs. It is also powered by macOS Mojave, like the rest of the MacBooks.
The pricing tag starts at approximately $1,799 for the 13-inch MacBook Pro and $2,399 for the 15-inch MacBook Pro. The enhanced 13-inch notebook with Touch Bar and 15-inch MacBook Pro are available to buy as we speak at apple.com, and they’ll be in store later this week.
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