Apple MacBook Pro, 15-inch, spring 2010 edition (photos)
Capping off months of rumor and speculation, Apple today announced several new versions of the popular MacBook Pro laptop. This line, which includes 13-, 15-, and 17-inch models, hasn't been updated since June 2009, leading industry watchers to predict the timing was right for new components, if not a new outright design.
Capping off months of rumor and speculation, Apple today announced several new versions of the popular MacBook Pro laptop.
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Since the last MacBook Pro models were released, we've seen some significant changes to common laptop components. Most significant is the release of a new family of Intel processors, including the Core i3, Core i5, and Core i7.
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The biggest change to the MacBook Pro line is the inclusion of two of those new CPUs, which bring Apple's laptops in line with the rest of the laptop marketplace in terms of processing power.
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The MacBook Pro's iconic unibody aluminum construction remains, as does its large glass multitouch trackpad, but the graphics capabilities of all the MacBook Pros have gotten a significant upgrade.