Apple is in the news for a host of different reasons almost everyday. While the company is more dominantly present in the news for its upcoming iPhone and iPads offerings, this time it seems the company is looking to revamp its line-up of Macbook Pros.
According to reports, Apple has released a brand new range of MacBook Pro laptops that come with high-resolution Retina display, faster processors and higher memory.
The newly re-done Macbooks come for a starting price of $1,299 that equates to more than Rs 77,000 in terms of native currency valuation. With the new updated series now in the open, however, Apple has slashed the price of its older MacBook Pro models.
There are a host of new changes made to the new range of Macbook Pros. For instance, the new 13-inch model has been updated with a 2.6GHz dual-core Intel Core i5 processor, 128 GB of flash storage and 8GB of memory. The Macbook has been priced at $1,599 (more than Rs 95,000).
But what more do we know about the newly re-done Macbooks? What are the changes that are making most of the headlines? We take a closer look.
The new 13-inch model has been updated with a 2.6GHz dual-core Intel Core i5 processor, 128 GB of flash storage and 8GB of memory. The 128GB version of the Macbook has been priced at $1,599 (more than Rs 95,000).
As you may have guessed by now, the 256GB version of the MacBook also features the same specs inside. It's only the difference in flash storage that comes into question. The 256GB version will cost $1,849 (more than Rs 1 lakh).
The new model comes powered by a 2.8GHz dual-core Intel Core i5 processor, 8GB of memory and 512GB of flash storage. This models has been priced at a massive $2,199 that amounts to more than Rs 1.2 lakh.
Apparently, Apple will allow users to configure MacBook Pros with up to 1TB of flash storage. As of now, the units are set to go on sale in Australia starting tomorrow via Apple retail outlets and online, The Australian reported.