Apple MacBook Pro with Retina display (Late 2013)
If you’ve been in the market for a new Mac Book Pro, now’s a good time to take a serious look. At its fall product event, Apple introduced brand new 13” and 15” MacBook Pros with Retina displays ($1,299-$2,599). Not only are they faster and cheaper, but the 13” model has been slimmed down to an even smaller size. Both machines also see updates to components such as Wi-Fi and inputs.
The new 13” model, which is now thinner and lighter, boasts an nine hour battery life and Haswell chip. Additionally, the Wi-Fi has been updated to support 802.11ac, and Thunderbolt 2 has been added. As for the 15” model, it retains its size, but now sports an Intel Crystalwell chip and eight hours of battery life, along with the updated internal components.
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