Touch bar is the new surprise for the MacBook Pro users
After many years Apple finally launched new MacBook Pro machines instead of just refreshing with slight improvements. Although the MacBook Pro has some significant changes, but it still looks like a powerhouse. The new MacBook Pro 2016 has a unique feature that most laptops don’t have. It’s the “Touch bar” that was the most anticipated feature of the Macbook 2016 after some leaks that Apple is going to make it real. Here are the new features of 2016 MacBook Pros:
One of the new things or probably the only new thing in the 2016 MacBook Pro is the “Touch-bar.” This touch-bar is located at the top of the keyboard and is meant to make you more productive with different features. The Touch Bar adapts to the application you’re using. The Touch Bar places controls right at the user’s fingertips and changes when using the system or apps like GarageBand, Mail, Finder, Calendar, Numbers, Final Cut Pro X & much more, including third-party apps.
Large Force Touch-Pad:
The new MacBook has way large Force touch-pad than the previous models. The main reason to include a large touchpad in the new MacBook is gestures and easy to interact with the content on the brighter display of MacBook. The touchpad also supports
The 2016 MacBook has a brighter screen than other models. Apple claims that it is the best display that they ever made in a MacBook. MacBook Pro’s Retina display is thinner, brighter and supports wider color gamut. It is 67 percent brighter and 67 percent more contrast than the previous generation. The display of the MacBook Pro consumes 30 percent less energy than before.
The lightest MacBook Pro ever also features a larger trackpad and the most responsive keyboard ever. It is way slimmer than Apple’s thinnest notebook category, the MacBook Air. The new MacBook is thinner and more powerful than previous MacBook Air.
Apple also included touch id in the new MacBook Pro for security. Touch ID enables quick and secure purchases with Apple Pay. MacBook 2016 also has 30% more battery than the previous generation.
|MacBook Pro 13-inch (2016)||2.0GHz dual-core Intel Core i5, Turbo Boost up to 3.1GHz, 256GB onboard SSD, 8GB RAM (starting from $1,499)|
|MacBook Pro with Touch Bar 13-inch (2016)||2.9GHz dual-core Intel Core i5, Turbo Boost up to 3.3GHz, 512GB onboard SSD, 8GB RAM (starting from $1,799)|
|MacBook Pro with Touch Bar 15-inch (2016)||2.7GHz quad-core Intel Core i7, Turbo Boost up to 3.6GHz, 512GB onboard SSD, 16GB RAM (starting from $2,399)|
via Apple Newsroom