Apple updated top-end MacBook Pro with tweak keyboard and faster processor

8-core processors come in first for MacBook Pro

Apple is refreshing its top laptop by announcing new updated specs for its 15-inch and 13-inch MacBook Pro models.  It is rapidly bringing Intel processors and should reduce some minor changes to the keyboard that Apple calls.  (More on those people here)

The biggest changes are coming in a 15-inch model, in which Intel's 9th Gen Core processor is getting.  The base model now starts with a 2.6GHz, 6-core i7 processor, which can increase the turbo to 4.5GHz.  The next step-up model is getting a 2.3GHz, 8-core i9 processor - which is the first time on the MacBook - which can boost up to 4.8GHz.  And those of you who want the most power possible, Apple will offer a custom top configuration of an even more powerful 8-core i9 chip with a 2.4GHz base speed, which boosts up to 5.0GHz for Apple all the way  Can call "the fastest Mac notebook ever."

 Touch times-no love for the MacBook Pro yet

 The 13-inch touch-time model is refreshing the same (though less exciting) processor: the base model now comes with a 2.4GHz 8g quad-core I5 ​​processor which can boost up to 4.1 GHz.  (For comparison, last year's entry-level option was a 2.3GHz 8th Gen Quad-Core i5 processor, which could increase up to 3.8GHz.) Is a new top configuration as well as quad-core i7 processor, which  Can reach extended speed.  Up to 4.7GHz.

 For two MacBook professionals, the rest of the specs will be otherwise unchanged: they will have the same GPU and integrated graphics options, memory offers and designs.  Importantly, Apple said that it has not changed significantly how these laptops handle the thermal, which has been the second place on the MacBook keyboard as a controversial issue among users.

 Only another big change is a lightly updated keyboard.  Apple says it is now making a part of the system with a new material, in which problems should be reduced, it says, though the design is still the same third-generation keyboard that uses the 2018 MacBook ProS and MacBook Air  it was done.

 Unfortunately, updated specs - such as the 2018 MacBook Pro refresh - are grading only the company's touch bar model  This means that the 13-inch MacBook Pro will not be refreshed without touch times (also known as "MacBook Escape").  This will keep the old dual core 7th Intel Intel chips and the problematic second-genon keyboard since 2017.

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