Apple has decided to bring more to its MacBook Pro by equipping it with Retina Display, increasing the speed of the Central Processing Unit and adding more to the Random Access Memory. Moreover, it has decided to lower the prices of its high end models. Apple has done all these new adjustments just before the release of the OS X 10.10 Yosmite.
Before this update the 13.3 inches MacBook Pro having a Retina Display had a resolution equal to 2560×1600. It also had 227 pixels per each inch of retina display. The gadget also had a dual-core Intel Core i5 Central Processing Unit having a power of 2.4 gigahertz. Moreover, it had four gigabytes of 1600MHZ DDR3L RAM. The PCI-e flash storage equaled 128 gigabytes. Apple fans and not only were able to purchase the gadget for the price if 1,299 US dollars. The new model has the same price but it has an Intel Core i5 chip of 2.6 gigahertz and a memory of eight gigabytes.
The first model of the beefier was 15.4 inches. It had a Retina Display as well and it featured a resolution equal to 2880×2800. It also had 220 pixels for each inch display. The quad core was Intel Core i7 Central Processing Unit display a power equal to 2.0 gigahertz. The RAM was equal to eight gigabytes of 1600 MHz DDR3L. It also has a PCIe flash storage of about 256 gigabytes. All these could be purchased for the price of 1,999 US dollars. The upgrade has brought users a Central Processing Unit of 2.2 gigahertz and a Random Access Memory of 16 gigabytes.
For the time being gadget enthusiasts can only purchase the MacBook Pro having a RAM equal to sixteen gigabytes. Apple has decided to change a bit its pricing policy by lowering the amount of money that users have to pay for the MacBook Pro. Thus, the price has dropped from 2,599 US dollars to 2,499 US dollars. The non-retina MacBook Pro having 13.3 inches and a dual core Intel Core i5 with a power of 2.5 gigahertz has the price of 1,099 US dollars.
The MacBook Pro line has been upgrade just before the launch of the OS X 10.10 Yosemite which is going to take place this coming autumn. All these will bring along more changes like the more knitted integration between devices running on iOS and Mac.