The era of the all-new Apple Silicon Mac has arrived. The first line of new Apple M1-powered hardware—the MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, and Mac mini are now available for order on Malaysian shores, starting from MYR2,999. Promising amazing performance, efficiency, and battery life (for the MacBooks), the new Mac hardware has stirred plenty of buzz in the Mac-dom and tech industry alike.
Apple has just announced the new 13-inch MacBook Pro. It looks the same (which isn’t a bad thing) but the real changes lie underneath. It’s available to order today, starting from MYR5,599, and MYR5,169 for education.
Yes, according to IHS Markit analyst Jeff Lin, as reported by Forbes. The 16-inch MacBook Pro is slated for a fall release.
Apple has released an updated MacBook Pro, now powered by 8th- and 9th-generation Intel Core chips, putting eight cores to its pro notebook line for the first time. The MacBook Pro is claimed to delivery two times faster performance than a quad-core MacBook Pro and 40 percent better performance than a 6-core MacBook Pro. It’s officially the fastest Mac notebook, ever.
Apple has announced that it is offering free repairs for two of its products – the iPhone X and 13-inch MacBook Pro notebook. The repair programs cover the iPhone X’s display module and the MacBook Pro solid-state drive (SSD).
Apple has refreshed its MacBook Pro line with faster chips, up to 32GB of memory, True Tone Display and the Apple T2 chip for enhanced system security. The new notebooks targeted at the pros boast up to 70 percent faster performance, yet still deliver all-day battery life. Apple says, “it’s the best notebook for pro users.”
An Intel-based 12-inch MacBook Pro may be on the way according to popular rumour site macosXrumors.