Like many rumors predicted, Apple officially unveiled its new MacBook Pro models at WWDC 2012 running Intel’s newer Ivy Bridge processors and Retina display. Phil Schiller took the stage at the keynote to announce the new MacBooks, which he described as a “breakthrough in engineering.” The latest new MacBook Pro comes with the Retina display which boasts a resolution of 220 pixel-per-inch 2880 x 1800 display, and as Apple pointed out it will be the f”world’s highest-resolution notebook display on a laptop.”
According to Apple, this latest Macbook Pro model will have processor speed of 2.7GHz quad Core i5/i7s (turbo up to 3.7GHz), 8GB of RAM of memory capacity and also have GeForce GT 650M-based graphics, making this new Macbook capable of being 60 percent faster than the previous generation. This Macbook will carry USB 3.0 ports, dual mics, camera for FaceTime and 768GB flash storage.
Apple said during the keynote that the newest Macbook Pro will start shipping today and will cost $1,799 for the base 15-inch version.
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