Last week, Apple surprised everyone by launching a refresh of its MacBook Pro lineup. The 15-inch variant was of particular note since the top-end model now featured a powerful 6-core Core i9 processor thereby making it the perfect laptop for prosumers.
If you were hoping that Apple would replace the second-generation butterfly keyboard on your 2017 MacBook Pro with the third-generation one under its free service repair program, you are out of luck. The company has confirmed to MacRumors that its third-generation butterfly keyboard is exclusive to the 2018 MacBook Pro.
Apple’s 2018 MacBook Pro lineup is now available across Apple’s retail stores in the United States which means you can book one from the company’s online store for in-store pickup. This also means that they are available for walk-in purchases.
Apple offers the 2018 MacBook Pro with up to 4TB of storage — twice of what is offered on the 2017 variants. Apart from the bump in storage space though, Apple has also given the SSD inside its latest MacBooks some major performance boost.
Apple officially has new MacBook Pro models out there, having unveiled them earlier this week. Part of the new design includes a third-generation butterfly keyboard.
When Apple introduced its mid-2018 refresh for the MacBook Pro with Touch Bar, it also welcomed a third-generation butterfly keyboard with it.
Earlier this week, Apple officially announced some big updates for its 13- and 15-inch MacBook Pro with Touch Bar, including one oft-requested feature.
Apple gave its MacBook Pro lineup a pretty major internal overhaul with faster Intel chips, more storage and RAM, and faster connectivity. Among the plethora of such changes, the company also mentioned that the 2018 MacBook Pro lineup comes with “an improved third-generation keyboard” which is quieter to type on.
Are you a student and looking to buy the 2018 MacBook Pro? Well, you are in luck because you can snag a $150 discount on the laptop from Best Buy. There’s only one catch here though.