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New MacBook Pro Models Now Available for Purchase as Apple Store Comes Back Online

The Apple Store has just come online following today's event, and the three new MacBook Pro models announced this morning are now available for purchase.

Available in Space Gray and Silver in 13 and 15-inch sizes, pricing on the new MacBook Pro starts at $1,499 for the entry-level model with no Touch Bar and goes up to $2,799 for the 15-inch machine.

The entry-level 13-inch machine, available to ship starting today, features a 2.0GHz Core i5 processor, 8GB of 1866MHz RAM, a 256GB SSD, Intel Iris Graphics 540, and two Thunderbolt 3 ports. It is priced at $1,499.

The mid-level 13-inch machine with a Touch Bar features a 2.9GHz Core i5 processor, 8GB of 2133MHz RAM, a 256GB SSD, Intel Iris Graphics 550, four Thunderbolt 3 ports, and a Touch Bar and Touch ID. It's priced at $1,799.

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The high-end 13-inch machine features the same internals as the mid-level machine, but with a 512GB SSD for $1,999.

As for the 15-inch Retina MacBook Pro, the entry-level machine starts at $2,399 and includes a 2.6Ghz quad-core processor, 16GB of 2133MHz RAM, a 256GB SSD, a Radeon Pro 450 with 2GB memory, four Thunderbolt 3 ports, and a Touch Bar and Touch ID.

The high-end 15-inch Retina MacBook Pro features a 2.7GHz Core i7 processor, 16GB of 2133MHz RAM, a 512GB SSD, a Radeon Pro 455 with 2GB memory, four Thunderbolt 3 ports, and a Touch Bar and Touch ID.

There are also several build-to-order upgrade options available for improving the processor, storage space, and graphics card.

All MacBook Pro models with a Touch Bar and Touch ID ship out in two to three weeks.



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26 weeks ago
The uk prices are absolutely ridiculous. Can't see many people paying these prices.
Rating: 79 Votes
26 weeks ago


Rating: 71 Votes
26 weeks ago
Does anyone else think the trackpad is unnecessarily huge?
Rating: 63 Votes
26 weeks ago
Sadly, I think Apple really has lost its way. A company this wealthy and formerly innovative should be able to put out a line of products and more software in a more cohesive way on a much more regular basis. And they appear to be obstinate about the future integration of mobile and desktop that their competitors are surely working on. Touch Bar is a nice and useful iteration, but should have been a sidenote in a much larger presentation with a line of computers with a new Mac Pro, Mac Mini, iMac and new Magic Keyboard 3 with Touch Bar and Touch ID. The MacBook Pros are nice but only evolutionary. I'm a long time Mac fan and own many Apple products and will continue to buy, but I'm not very impressed and certainly not by Apple's usual standards.
Rating: 60 Votes
26 weeks ago
Just saw the prices here in Germany. I'll get back to you when I stopped laughing.
Rating: 59 Votes
26 weeks ago
iPhone 7 keynote was the most underwhelming keynote ever... I was wrong. This is the most one. Apple, are you going to be doomed?
Rating: 55 Votes
26 weeks ago
i wasn't blown away today. they spoke an hour on a LCD touch bar.

Can't innovate my ass? Well still waiting my friends.
Rating: 54 Votes
26 weeks ago
This is pathetic. No Mac Pro, Mac Mini, iMac updates? Hey, if you don't care for them anymore. Discontinue them. Selling 5 year old tech for the same price as 5 years ago is a sham. Damn you Apple!
Rating: 50 Votes
26 weeks ago
LOL with that pricing? GET OUT OF HERE! Who do they think their customer base is consisted of?
Rating: 47 Votes
26 weeks ago
Man, their storage upgrade option is still more expensive than a kidney.
Rating: 46 Votes

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