See What’s New In The MacBook Pro 2018 Its Specification , Price And Many More

By | July 14, 2018
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The MacBook Pro 2018 And Its Specification

Apple has announced a major update to its MacBook Pro laptop line.The new laptops are available with 13 inch and 15 inch  screens with the feature like new eighth-generation Intel Coffee Lake processors, expanded storage and RAM options, T2 subsystem controller chips and True Tone screens.

MacBook Pro 13in (2018) specs

  • Quad-core Intel Core i5 and i7 processors up to 2.7GHz with Turbo Boost up to 4.5GHz
  • Intel Iris Plus integrated graphics 655 with 128MB of eDRAM
  • Up to 2TB SSD storage
  • True Tone display
  • Apple T2 chip
  • Touch Bar

MacBook Pro 15in (2018) specs

  • 6-core Intel Core i7 and Core i9 processors up to 2.9GHz with Turbo Boost up to 4.8GHz
  • Up to 32GB of DDR4 RAM
  • Radeon Pro discrete graphics with 4GB of video memory
  • Up to 4TB SSD storage
  • True Tone display
  • Apple T2 chip
  • Touch Bar


New processors

Apple has equipped its new laptops with Intel’s latest eighth-generation processor chips, and claims these will produce high speed boosts.

The 13 inch processor have finally moved from dual-core to quad-core processors, and Apple says they provide twice the speed of the previous generation; the 15 inch model gets six-core processors and up to 70 percent speed gains on the 2017 generation.

The specific models of chip are interesting, too. For the first time Apple is making a Core i9 chip available (for the 15 inch models only) and the top-line 13 inch laptop gets an i7 which we believe is the Core i7-8559U.

In both cases these are Coffee Lake chips, an upgrade on the Kaby Lake chips in the 2017 machines. Coffee Lake should provide improvements in power consumption as well as speed.


Another interesting upgrade on RAM, now tops out at 32GB for the 15 inch model instead of 16GB.

Previously, all the 13 inch models offered 8GB of RAM (although there was a build-to-order option for 16GB). The 15 inch models shipped with 16GB RAM as standard.


You can now get a 4TB SSD on the 15 inch Pro; the maximum in the 2017 generation was 2TB.


True Tone screen

Attractively, Apple has equipped the new MacBooks with True Tone screens. Apple’s True Tone technology was first exhibited in the 2016 iPad Pro as it adjusts colour and brightness output to compensate for changing environmental lighting conditions which is a very fine feature but we’re pleased to see it make the switch to macOS.

There is no changes in the screen. Apple has not allowed to calls for it to include a 4K display, for instance; screen resolution remains the same as previously.

Battery life

Apple hasn’t made any changes in the battery life for the new MacBook Pro models. However, the reduced power-consumption made possible by Coffee Lake mean there may be some improvements in this area.

Touch Bar

All of the updated MacBook Pro models come with a Touch Bar (and therefore Touch ID). Apple will continue to sell a non-Touch Bar 13 inch model, but it’s not updated.

We feel that the Touch Bar is a artificial, and the fact that Apple hasn’t rolled it out to any other Macs to date means that developers aren’t updating their apps to support it.




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