Macbook Pros have always been a very popular choice for laptops in the west, especially with those who need an all-round performance boost and a solid price point, as well as a huge amount of portability.
But, there are still a few quirks with them, which are getting more and more of a problem as they’re increasingly outsold by some of the best laptops in this space.
Apple has been working on a replacement for the MacBook Pro that promises a similar look and feel as its predecessors, but that doesn’t mean that the company’s going to let up on its high-end MacBook line.
This article will provide you with a detailed rundown of what’s new in the latest version of the Macbook Pro with 16 and 32 GB RAM, as they are the same specs as the older models.
Apple’s MacBook Pro with 32GB RAM Specifications: 16GB of RAM (2x2GB, up from 16GB) 256GB of SSD storage, up to 512GB of memory RAM, up $100US (up from $199US) Price $1,399US (1,899£) Display 13.3-inch Full HD IPS display with 1080p resolution (1920 x 1080 pixels) 13.5-inch full HD IPS (1920×1080 pixels) Keyboard and trackpad Apple’s Macbook line has been around for a long time now, and it’s still going strong.
But that’s not stopping Apple from making some significant changes to its high end Macbook lineup.
The new MacBook Pros feature new design elements such as a full-HD display and more powerful processors, which means that Apple is aiming to offer a more comfortable and portable experience with the new MacBook Pro models.
The 13-inch MacBook Pro comes in two versions, the 15-inch and 15.6-inch models, and each comes with an Intel Core i5 processor, 4GB of LPDDR4 RAM and 128GB of PCIe NVMe SSD storage.
The price of the new laptops will be $1.99 US (about £1.25), which is about $1 more than its predecessors.
The 15.5 inch model will cost $1 and up, while the 15.3 inch version will be the same price as the 15 in the 17-inch range.
The new MacBook Air, meanwhile, comes with a similar design, but comes with the same 128GB SSD storage option.
It also comes with Intel Core processors and up to 4GB RAM, while it features an 11.6 inch Full HD display.
The MacBook Air has a slightly lower price tag of $169US (about $1k), but comes in three configurations: 128GB for $899US, 128GB and 256GB for an additional $499US, and 256Gb for $999US.
There’s no mention of the price of either version, but Apple is hoping that the 256GB version will appeal to those who want a higher-capacity SSD storage solution.
The 15.2-inch model is a bit cheaper, with 256GB SSD options starting at $999 US, but it does come with Intel processors and 256 GB of PCIe SSD storage for a whopping $1199US.
The 17-incher is priced at $1 million, which is $700 more than the 15 inch model, but offers 512GB PCIe SSD and an Intel Celeron N2820 processor, and comes with 16 GB of RAM.
The laptop comes with 256 GB SSD storage and an 8GB DDR4 RAM, but only 256GB can be installed in one configuration.
The other 256GB models come with 128GB PCIe NVME SSD storage in the form of 128GB USB 3.0 and 64GB PCIe PCIe NVme SSD storage (each).
All three configurations are available in 64GB and 128 GB versions, which comes to about $2,000US each.
The 256Gb version also comes in 128GB, 128 GB, 256GB and 512GB configurations, and all come with an 8 GB DDR4 memory.
All the new Macbook models are going to be available starting at the end of March, but we expect to see them available in other countries before then.