Apple has come up with a new update for its 15-inch Retina Macbook Pro, which has brought force touch trackpad, faster flash storage, rich graphics performance to its product and an amazingly longer battery life. This transformation was made available after the upgradation of the 13-inch Macbook Pro and also with the debut of the latest Macbook, and both the devices incorporated with the new force touch trackpad.
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The price of the new 15-inch Macbook Pro starts at $1,999 and it comes with 2.2GHz quad-core Intel core i7 processor, flash storage of 256GB, memory of 16GB, Intel Iris Pro graphics and not to forget the amazing Retina display screen.
However, it would be much of a surprise to see that the newest 15-inch Macbook Pro is still featuring Intel’s Haswell Processors, instead of the latest Broadwell, this particularly suggests that Apple is jumping straight to the much awaited Skylake and skipping the delayed Broadwell processor. Although the reason for skipping Broadwell, is that the quad-core Broadwel chips that were needed for the Macbook Pro models are yet to be launched.
This suggests that the Apple developers will now be eagerly waiting for the Intel’s Skylake release. The quad-core versions of Skylake should be hopefully released in a year, or else it would again take a long wait for creating faster Macs.
Every new Mac that has been launched has an OS X Yosemit, which is known as the world’s most advanced operating system, redesigned and refined with a fresh, modern look, robust new apps, and continuity features that enables working across the Mac and iOS more fluid than before.
Consumers of Apple products seem to love this ground-breaking iMac with an amazing display of 5k, and which now starts at an affordable price; this will make it possible for more people to enjoy the best desktop experience ever made.