Posted by Buzzfeed on Friday, February 04, 2018 at 09:29:52In the coming months, the new MacBook Pros will have more RAM and be upgraded to Intel Core M CPUs.
The new models will have a slightly different design, and there are some minor tweaks to the existing MacBook Pros, too.
Apple’s latest MacBook Pro models, the 13-inch, 15-inch and 17-inch models, will all come with an Intel Core i5-6500U processor, the same one found in the MacBook Pro 15-in-1.
Apple says the new model will be up to 1.7GHz faster than the current model.
The MacBook Pro 13-in, 15.6-inch will be available in two different configurations: the base model with a Core i7-7500U, and the Core i9-7700U.
The Core i6 model will cost $2,499 and the $3,999 Core i8 model will run $3 (or $2 per month) more.
The 13- and 15-inchers will have upgraded displays, with an IPS display and the latest Nvidia Geforce graphics.
The 15-ink version of the MacBook will also have an IPS panel, although it won’t have a 3:2 aspect ratio like the 13, or have as many pixels as the 13.5-inch model.
Apple says the 13″ models will be more affordable, and have faster processors, too, but will offer similar specs.
Apple’s Core i3-series MacBooks will be cheaper and faster than its previous generation models, but Apple says those are no longer available.
The Core i2 models will remain available, but the base models will feature the Core M processors.
Apple claims the 13 and 15 will be the first notebooks with integrated 802.11ac Wi-Fi, and 802.15ac Bluetooth.
The 14-inch version will have the same Wi-fi capabilities as the 15, but with Bluetooth 4.0 and 802,0, ZigBee support.
The 13″ MacBook Pro will support 802.17a/b/g/n/ac, as well as Bluetooth 4, 0.10, 2.4GHz and 5GHz Wi-Is.
Apple also said the 13th- and 14th-inch MacBook Pros have an Intel HD Graphics 4000 processor, as opposed to the Intel HD 5000 that came before it.
Apple is also touting a new 15.5″ MacBook, which will have an upgraded GPU with up to 3.8 teraflops of compute power.
The laptop will be priced at $1,699.
In the past, Apple has touted its integrated HD Graphics 6000 chip, which is capable of running apps at 2160×1200 and is more than twice as fast as a standard HD Graphics 5000 chip.
Apple has yet to unveil a new MacBook, but you can find an updated list of all the upcoming MacBooks at the Apple Store.