To say the new MacBook Pro is an enormous change over the past model would be putting it mildly. It’s more compact and all the more intense, also more pleasant to utilize. Be that as it may, it’s hard to legitimize the premium for that Touch Bar, regardless of how cool it is.
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MacBook Pro 2016 Price in Pakistan
The spankin’ new MacBook Pro is accessible for pre-arrange at this moment. With respect to when you’ll get it should you pre-request, that is another story.
- 13-Inch MacBook Pro (no Touch Bar): Rs. 157,057
- 13-Inch MacBook Pro (Touch Bar): Rs. 188,490
- 15-Inch MacBook Pro: Rs. 251,355
The 13-crawl variant, with standard capacity keys and two less USB-C ports, will dispatch the day you pre-arrange it.
In any case, on the off chance that you need one of the favor Touch Bar forms, that won’t start shipping until a few weeks from now.
Presently, we should get into what’s new about the revived MacBook Pro, and what it feels like to utilize. Spoiler: it’s better – way better.
At first glance, not much has changed about the MacBook Pro’s design. The profile or silhouette generally remains unchanged, save for finally (sadly) losing the illuminated Apple logo on its lid in favor of chrome.
Now, talking about how the new MacBook Pro feels to use brings us to the tiny elephant in the room: the Touch Bar with Touch ID. It’s a Retina (read: OLED) touch display underneath a matte surface, and that’s key: it means way less smudging on a screen you’re supposed to be touching all the time.
Powering the entire range of MacBook Pro models, including the one sans Touch Bar and with just two USB-C ports, are 6th-generation (or Skylake) Intel processors – not the brand new Kaby Lake chips. (The 13-inch models offer dual-core i5 or i7, while the 15-inch model offers quad-core versions of those chips.)