Tuesday, October 22, 2013

MacBook Pro cheaper new Mac Pro from December - WinFuture

Notebook Additional Hardware Apple news: Apple has missed his pro-processor Macs updates, improved graphics and a new design. The MacBook Pro is cheaper, and the Mac Pro comes later this year

Apple has not presented the same updates for the Professional Calculator Retina MacBook Pro and Mac Pro at the iPad keynote.. The first presented at the WWDC in June Mac Pro will be available in December from 2,999 Euro. New MacBook Pro with Retina wait from now to new customers.


Apple Keynote October 2013

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Retina MacBook Pro 13 and 15 inch
for the MacBook Pro Retina series, Apple has now the fourth generation of Intel processors at the start. In the summer, there was the Haswell update already for the MacBook Air, now the pro at the range has been. The new processors are available as Core i5 2.4 GHz and 2.6 GHz as well as quad-core Core i7 2.0 GHz or 2.3 GHz.

risen up to 90 percent has Apples graphics with the new Intel Iris in 13-inch model. 15 inch there is the combination of Intel Iris Pro with NVIDIA GeForce GT 750M. In addition, the Pro is now Apple’s new SSD technology with PCI Express connection is available, allowing up to 60 percent faster read speeds than the previous generation

Otherwise, the improvements are only marginal. Retina MacBook Pro Late 2013, a little thinner, a little lighter and with longer battery life (thanks to OS X 10.9 update). For this, the price has been reduced by 200 euros, a pro is now available from 1,299 euros.

Mac Pro
senior marketing chief Phil Schiller has now also the availability of announce the Mac Pro. The first significant update of the high-end Macs for over three years comes in December and will have a price from 2,999 euros to be. Much new was not refilled, most specifications were already known. At the Apple Store, the new Mac Pro can be seen already. It is available in two basic versions with quad-core and dual GPU from 2,999 euros and 6-core and dual GPU from 3,999 euros.

All new Macs already support the standard 802.11ac WiFi, Bluetooth 4 and Thunderbolt 2

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