Apple has unveiled a new set of Macbook Pro with Retina Display which features revamped processor, as well as increased RAM, whilst maintaining the same price tag.
With the exception of the old 13-inch model, which is still equipped with 2.5GHz Intel Core-i5 dual-core processor with 4GB 1600MHz RAM, all of the new 13-inch MBPs are all equipped with a slightly faster chipset, complete with Intel Iris GPU and 8GB of RAM.
These new small Macbook Pros ship with 13.3-inch display with a 2560×1600 resolution and only varies on the capacity of the PCIe-based flash storage that comes with it.
Meanwhile, the two 15-inch models also got the same treatment as its smaller siblings. Both of them comes with 16GB of RAM by default, but the meeker of the two ships with a 2.2GHz Intel Core-i7 quad-core processor with 256GB flash-based ROM and Intel Iris Pro GPU.
On the other hand, the beefier MBP 15 is outfitted with a quad-core Intel Core-i7 processor clocked at 2.6GHz and has twice the amount storage space. Furthermore, it comes with a dedicated NVidia GeForce GT750M GPU which has 2GB of GDDR5 memory.
All of the new Macbook Pros are now available in the country through Apple’s local online store. For more information about these new MBPs, just head on over to the source link below.