16-Inch MacBook Pro Replaces Discontinued 15-Inch Model, Pricing Ranges Between $2,399 and $6,099

Apple today introduced its widely rumored 16-inch MacBook Pro with a larger display and slimmer bezels, a new Magic Keyboard with a scissor mechanism and physical Esc key, up to 64GB of RAM, up to 8TB of SSD storage, AMD Radeon Pro 5000M graphics options, upgraded speakers and microphones, and more.


The new 16-inch MacBook Pro replaces the 15-inch MacBook Pro, which has been discontinued. It is possible the 15-inch model will appear in Apple's clearance store at some point, but it is not available at this time.

The new 16-inch MacBook Pro starts at $2,399 in the United States, consistent with the former 15-inch MacBook Pro. A maxed-out 16-inch MacBook Pro with a 2.4GHz 8‑core Core i9 processor, 64GB of RAM, 8TB of SSD storage, and AMD Radeon Pro 5500M graphics runs $6,099 on Apple's online store.

Read more about the 16-inch MacBook Pro here.

The new 16-inch MacBook Pro is available to order today through Apple.com and the Apple Store app in many countries. It will be available in Apple Stores and select Apple Authorized Resellers in the United States later this week and is "coming soon" to stores around the world, according to Apple.

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10 months ago


The 9th Gen Intel CPU with hardware vulnerabilities is a hair in the soup.

Don't think I've seen a single positive thing written by you. Don't get me wrong. Apple has done multiple terrible decisions the last years. But this release is a tiny step in the right direction, so maybe be a little happy about that, yeah?
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10 months ago
£5,769.00 for a laptop fully loaded! Are they crazy or just plain greedy. Even £2,799 for entry level is going to be too expensive for most. For that you can buy a 2nd car!
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10 months ago
EXACTLY what everyone has been asking for...and yet some will still complain
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10 months ago
Sorry, but I just have to chuckle at all the folks who a month or two ago bought the 2019 15-incher, with the flawed keyboard, way worse thermal management ... absolutely convinced this one wouldn't come out anytime soon, or be way too expensive.

Now you're kinda stuck with one of the laptops that is part of what will arguably be remembered as one of the worst series of laptop designs Apple ever made.
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10 months ago


£5,769.00 for a laptop fully loaded! Are they crazy or just plain greedy. Even £2,799 for entry level is going to be too expensive for most. For that you can buy a 2nd car!

For heavens sake, that's for 64 GB of RAM and 8TB SSD drive. Would it make you happier if the maximum RAM was 32 or 16 GB, and the maximum SSD drive was 4TB, or 2TB, or 1TB?
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10 months ago


EXACTLY what everyone has been asking for...and yet some will still complain

No , you are wrong - believe or not - some of us use USB-A ports, some of us use Magic Safe, some of use SD cards, some of us don't see the point of touch bar etc ( and please don;t say me to buy a dongles ) ....At least ( I hope ) they fixed the worst keyboard in the history....
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