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MacBook Pro 16-inch Gets a Sooner Release

MacBook Pro 16-inch is due for a sooner launch, according to website Bloomberg. The long-anticipated Apple product could be released as early as tomorrow, Mark Gurman said, with significant-top sales in the following week. MacBook Pro is rumored to have almost the same price as its predecessor, the 15-inch version, which started at $2,399. Gurman explained that such a price-similarity is because of the decision of Apple to replace the MacBook Pro 15-inch fully. The upcoming laptop, however, will bring highlights in its series, such as a ‘revamped’ keyboard look, and the most obvious, a larger display of 16-inch. Developers promise that the keyboard will offer more stable features than the ‘butterfly-system’ keyboards present on MacBooks since 2016. The ‘butterfly-system’ on previous keyboards, apparently, made users’ experience hard and dealing with stuck keys or duplicated keystrokes.

MacBook Pro 15-inch 2019 Version So Far

MacBook Pro 15-inch 2019 version introduced some sleek, yet not very different features, being almost identical to its predecessor. It did, however, embodied a strong CPU of 2.4GHz Intel Core i9 processor, a 32GB of Ram, and storage up to 4TB SSD. Moreover, the 15-inch model came with AMD Radeon Pro Vega 20 as for its graphics, a camera of 720p FaceTime HD webcam, all of these specially designed under a weight of 4.02 pounds. The laptop’s display provides 2,880×1,800 Retina, with a backlit LED, IPS, extensive color P3 gamut, and 500 its brightness).

MacBook Pro 15-inch is available in two main configurations, Apple letting you choose the best customization for you. There is also a version with a 2.6GHz 6-core 9th-gen Intel Core i7 processor, a 4GB of GDDR5 memory, Radeon Pro 555X, and storage up to 256GB. The versions come as a more accessible version for users, costing only $2,399.

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