The new MacBook Pro is finally here and it’s packed with more storage, performance and features than ever before.
The new 13-inch model comes with 8GB of RAM, an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti GPU, 32GB of SSD storage and Intel Iris Pro Graphics 6200.
It also has the fastest SSD in the 13-inches range, the 256GB SSD, and an NVIDIA Thunderbolt 3 port, all powered by a new 8nm Nvidia Pascal GPU.
This is a great upgrade for those looking to take advantage of the new Nvidia Pascal GPUs in the latest models.
The new MacBook Pros include a new Thunderbolt 3 interface that’s compatible with Apple’s new Lightning DisplayPort.
The Thunderbolt 3 connector can connect to any Thunderbolt 2 port and allows for an easy and convenient way to transfer data between two Thunderbolt 2 devices.
The old Thunderbolt 1 connector was a proprietary connector, which limited the capabilities of Thunderbolt 2 to one device at a time.
This new one works with any Thunderbolt 1 device.
The MacBook Pro also supports Thunderbolt 3 to 3.1 to 4.1 ports, so you can stream and share files and video directly between your computer and a Thunderbolt device.
The MacBook Pro comes with a 256GB of onboard storage, and it supports up to 256GB (1TB) of free space.
The Macbook Pro is the only notebook with 128GB of internal storage.
This model comes standard with 256GB, and Apple has included a 256Gigabyte (1PB) option to get even more storage.
The 256GB MacBook Pro will set you back $1,799.
The 128GB MacBook is $1:59, while the 512GB MacBook (1,024GB) is $2,499.
The 13- and 15-inch MacBook Pro models are currently $1.99 each.
The 11-inch version of the MacBook Pro costs $1 less than the other two models.
The 16-inch and 17-inch models cost $1 more.
The Thunderbolt 3 connectors are compatible with any Mac, and you can connect any Apple Thunderbolt 2 device to your Mac.
The ports are reversible and there’s no need to remove the Thunderbolt connector to use them, so they can be used to connect to another Mac.
Thunderbolt 3 is now widely used in the cloud, allowing you to transfer files from one Mac to another without the need to use a Thunderbolt cable.
The Apple Thunderbolt 3 ports are USB 3.0, which means you can charge your MacBook from your computer.
Apple has also added a new DisplayPort to the Thunderbolt 3 socket, so if you’re on the go and want to watch movies or video on your laptop or desktop, you can now plug it in directly to the MacBook.
This will make it easier to stream your favorite content from your Mac to your HDTV or monitor, or stream video to a TV from the Mac.
The 10-inch Retina MacBook Pro (1.25TB) is currently $999 and the 13.3-inch (2TB) model ($1,999).
The 13-and 15-incher models (1 TB, 2 TB, and 4 TB) are currently priced at $1/GB.
The 9.7-inch iPad Pro (8.7GB) costs $499 and the 9.3 inch iPad (8GB) $649.
The iPad Pro will be available in February.
The Retina Retina 9.5-inch will be announced later this month.