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Apple upgrades processors in MacBook Pro, 8-core 15-inch model now available

Macworld Tuesday, 21 May 2019
Apple  announced on Tuesday that the MacBook Pro is getting a speed boost. The company revealed that the 13-inch MacBook Pro with Touch Bar is now available with eight-generation Intel processors, while the 15-inch MacBook Pro now sports ninth-generation CPUs, including the first 8-core Mac laptop.

Apple also said that the 2019 MacBook Pro features changes to the butterfly keyboard mechanism that should help prevent the problems that users have experienced in previous MacBook models.

Apple is offering the new MacBook Pro models at the same price points as those released in July 2018.

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