At this year's WWDC, Apple's annual developer's conference in Califorina, Apple's Senior Vice President of Worldwide Marketing Phil Schiller announced the next generation of Mac laptops, the new MacBook Pro.
The new notebook is the highest-end computer in the MacBook lineup, blending features of both the MacBook Pro and the MacBook Air. Weighing less than 4.5 lbs and only 0.71" thick, Apple has sought to fit the latest evolutions in their notebook technology into a pint-sized package.
At first look, The Verge reported in their live chat that the computer looked like an iPad laptop, slimming down the form factor to make it the lightest MacBook Pro yet.
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Arguably the biggest selling point of the new MacBook Pro is the graphics capabilities. The screen, which has been made thinner by removing the additional cover glass of previous models, now includes a retina display. The latest iPhones and iPads already include thisRead More »from Apple announces next generation MacBook Pro at Worldwide Developer’s Conference