Apple’s new MacBook Pros have finally been unveiled, and the new models feature a whopping 25 percent more pixels than last year’s models.
The Retina MacBook Pro has a 25 percent higher pixel density than the previous MacBook Air, while the 13-inch MacBook Pro also has a slightly higher pixel count than the earlier models.
The Retina displays on the new MacBook Pro models are also noticeably larger than the old models, and they look great.
The new MacBooks are all now 18.7mm wide by 7.5mm tall by 0.7cm thick, which is a big difference from the older models that are all 18.5 by 7 by 0 and 0.8 inches wide by 4.1 by 2.3 inches tall.
Apple is also introducing a brand new 13- and 15-inch Retina Display models, which feature a full 15 percent more pixel density, the new Retina Pro models will feature a 25% more pixel count and the 15- and 16-inch versions will feature an even more impressive 40 percent more.
The older Retina models feature 13 percent more resolution and 20 percent more screen real estate, while these new Retinas will have a 25-percent more pixel size and 20-percent higher pixel resolution.
The new Retins are also slightly thicker than last-gen MacBooks, with a 15 percent thicker “case” and a 13 percent thinner “book” that sits at the bottom of the laptop.
The MacBooks will have no ports, unlike the older Retinas.
The newest MacBook Pros also feature a much larger “power button” on the top of the display, making the Retina Models much more useful.
Apple is also offering a new, more “intelligent” “Keyboard” function, which will allow you to customize the keyboard shortcuts for specific apps and settings.
You can also configure the Retinas keyboard by simply clicking on the “Keys” button on the left side of the Retinodes keyboard.
The MacBook Pro’s new Retinos are actually much more powerful than last generation MacBook Pros.
The 15-incher will be able to handle 3,200 x 1,800 pixels at a refresh rate of 60Hz, and will have an impressive 38 percent more graphics processing power than the Retins 15-inches last year.
Apple also announced a brand-new Intel Core M processor, which delivers twice the performance and twice the memory of the Core M processors that were available on the older 15-in MacBook Pros.
The current MacBook Pros can also support up to 32GB of RAM, while new models can support up or 64GB of memory.
Apple has also included a built-in USB-C port, which you can use to charge your devices when plugged into a USB-A port.
The 16- and 17-inch models will also support DisplayPort 1.4, while they’ll also support Thunderbolt 3 connectivity, and Apple has announced a new Thunderbolt-based charging cable, which can also be used with the new 15-and 17-in Retinas, but it’s not compatible with the older 14-in models.