Apple upgraded its high-end models for MacBook Pro earlier, and now it is time for the entry-level models for the MacBook Air and MacBook Pro (which was earlier dubbed as the MacBook Escape) to get some renovations.
The basic model MacBook Pro is receiving the most considerable upgrade: after being overlooked by Apple from 2017, it is lastly getting a renovation, including Touch ID and a Touch Bar as well new Intel chipsets. Rather than the dual-core 2.3 GHz 7th Gen Core i5 processor that Apple has provided for more than 2 Years, the latest entry-level MacBook Pro now provides a quad-core 1.4 GHz 8th Gen Core i5 processor (which can drive almost 3.9 GHz) from Coffee Lake series by Intel. Miserably, the biggest error of the initial MacBook Escape stays: unlike the costlier 13-inch MacBook Pro, it still offers just not four but two USB-C ports.
Apple is providing the latest entry-level MacBook Pro in two introductory configurations: a $1,299 device with a 128 GB memory, and a 256 GB device for a price tag of $1,499.
The MacBook Air is also receiving an upgrade, even though it is on the slimmer edge. It is getting the True Tone display tech by Apple, which adjusts the display automatically on the basis of ambient light for additional natural colors, together with a $100 drop in the price. It now begins at $1,099.
On a related note, after all of the drama regarding the employment of a hidden web server by Zoom on Macs, Apple itself has made decision to step in, media claims. It is launching a silent upgrade—indicating your Mac will get it without any interface on your end—to eliminate the web server, which was developed to save Safari consumers an additional click, from any Mac that has software by Zoom downloaded.
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