MacBook Pro

Apple's most powerful portable machines, refreshed on May 21, 2019.

MacBook Pro

At a Glance

  • Apple's 13- and 15-inch Retina MacBook Pros are the company's top-tier portable machines, and Touch Bar-equipped models were updated on May 21, 2019, introducing new 8th and 9th-generation Intel processors and new butterfly keyboard technology.

Specs

  • 13- and 15-inch sizes
  • True Tone display and Touch Bar
  • Up to 4 TB SSD on 15", up to 2 TB on 13"
  • 8th-Gen and 9th-Gen "Coffee Lake Refresh" chips: Up to 8-core on 15", up to 4-core on 13"
  • T2 chip for enhanced security and "Hey Siri" support
  • More durable butterfly keyboard
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The 2019 MacBook Pro

On May 21, 2019, Apple introduced refreshed MacBook Pro models with new 8th and 9th-generation Intel processors, which it says are its fastest MacBook Pro models to date.

Available in the standard 13 and 15-inch size configurations, the 2019 MacBook Pro doesn't feature external changes, continuing to use the same design that was first introduced in 2016, but the new machines feature a few key improvements.

The new MacBook Pro models use the latest Intel processors, introducing an 8-core option for the 15-inch MacBook Pro for the first time. While the 15-inch models use 6 or 8-core 9th-generation chips, the 13-inch MacBook Pro is equipped with a quad-core 8th-generation chip.

Apple says the new 8-core 15-inch MacBook Pro offers two times faster performance than a quad-core MacBook Pro and 40 percent faster performance than a 6-core MacBook Pro.

The other major change to the MacBook Pro concerns the keyboard, which is now using an upgraded butterfly mechanism made from new materials. Apple says this updated keyboard will significantly cut down on key failures that have been prominent in prior MacBook Pro models.

Aside from upgraded chips and the new butterfly keyboard that's been introduced, the 2019 MacBook Pro models are the same as the prior-generation 2018 MacBook Pro models.

13-inch MacBook Pro machines feature Intel Iris Plus Graphics 655, while 15-inch models are equipped with built-in graphics and either a Radeon Pro 555X/560X graphics or Radeon Pro Vega 16 or 20 graphics. 4TB of SSD storage is available in the 15-inch machine, while the 13-inch machine can support a 2TB SSD.

Up to 32GB RAM is available in the 15-inch MacBook Pro, while the 13-inch model maxes out at 16GB. An OLED Touch Bar with Touch ID continues to be included along with a larger Force Touch Trackpad, and all new machines offer four Thunderbolt 3/USB-C ports.

The Touch Bar and the Retina display of the MacBook Pro feature support for True Tone functionality that adjusts white balance to match ambient lighting, and other display features such as wide color support are included.

A T2 chip continues to offer enhanced security with secure boot and on-the-fly encrypted storage along with support for hands-free Hey Siri commands. All day 10 hour battery life is still supported, and there's a Touch ID button for unlocking your Mac with your fingerprint.

You can purchase the new MacBook Pro models in Silver or Space Gray. Bluetooth 5.0, 802.11ac WiFi, stereo speakers with two microphones, and a 720p FaceTime HD Camera are other included features.

Pricing on the 13-inch MacBook Pro starts at $1,799 for a 2.4GHz Core i5 processor, 8GB RAM, and a 256GB SSD, while pricing on the 15-inch MacBook Pro starts at $2,399 for a 2.6GHz Core i7 processor, Radeon Pro 555X, 16GB RAM, and a 256GB SSD. Custom configuration options are available for an additional price.

The new MacBook Pro models are available for purchase from Apple's online store and Apple retail stores. Apple is continuing to sell older 2017 13-inch MacBook Pro models with no Touch Bar at more affordable prices that start at $1,299.

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Design

The new 2019 13 and 15-inch MacBook Pro models continue to use the same design as the 2018 MacBook Pros, with the smaller, thinner, and lighter design that Apple first introduced with the 2016 MacBook Pro models.

Constructed entirely from aluminum, the MacBook Pro is available in either Silver or Space Gray, with a thin hinge design, a wide Force Touch Trackpad, a third-generation butterfly keyboard, a Touch Bar, and no light-up rear Apple logo.

The 15-inch MacBook Pro measures in at 13.75 inches long, 9.48 inches wide, and 15.5mm thick. It weighs four pounds.

The 13-inch MacBook Pro measures in at 11.97 inches long, 8.36 inches wide, and 14.9mm thick. It weighs three pounds.

Display

The 2019 MacBook Pro models continue to use the same display with 500 nits of brightness, P3 Wide Color support, and True Tone functionality that was introduced in earlier MacBook Pro machines.

True Tone works through a multi-channel ambient light sensor that's included in the new MacBook Pro models, which is able to determine both the brightness of the room and the color temperature. After determining the white balance, the MacBook Pro is able to adjust both the color and intensity of the display to match the room's lighting for a more natural, paper-like viewing experience that also cuts down on eyestrain.

The display of the 15-inch MacBook Pro features a 2880 by 1800 native resolution at 220 pixels per inch, while the display of the 13-inch MacBook Pro features a 2560 by 1600 resolution at 227 pixels per inch.

Both displays support millions of colors and include P3 Wide Color as mentioned above for more vivid, true to life colors especially in the green and red spectrums.

Butterfly Keyboard

Apple's 2019 13 and 15-inch MacBook Pro models offer an upgraded third-generation butterfly keyboard that improves upon the build quality of the butterfly keyboard in the 2018 model.

Apple says the butterfly keyboard in the 2019 MacBook Pro features "new materials," but has not provided details on what those new materials are.

Nevertheless, Apple claims this new build will significantly cut down on keyboard failures from prior models that result in repeating keys or keys that refuse to work at all.

Since 2016, Apple has been using butterfly keys instead of a traditional switch mechanism for its MacBook Pro, MacBook, and MacBook Air keyboards.

The butterfly keys have been optimized for a more responsive feel, delivering a greater sense of keyboard travel for a more satisfying press under the fingers while also keeping the keyboard thin and light.

In all prior MacBook Pro models dating back to 2016, users have occasionally experienced keyboard failures, possibly related to crumbs, dust, and other small particulates getting under the keys.

Apple in 2018 introduced a thin, silicone barrier under the keyboard in an effort to protect the keys, but many 2018 machines still experienced failures.

Photo of the silicone barrier in the third-generation butterfly keyboard via iFixit

It's too early to tell if the updated version of the third-generation butterfly keyboard made with new materials is going to prevent 2019 machines from experiencing the same issues, but if there are failures in the new machines, Apple has expanded its keyboard repair program.

The Keyboard Service Program covers all MacBook, MacBook Air, and MacBook Pro machines that feature a butterfly keyboard, including the new 2019 machines.

The program ensures Apple will replace all faulty keyboards for four years from the date of purchase, so 2019 MacBook Pro models purchased in May 2019 will be covered until 2023.

According to an iFixit teardown, Apple has made changes to the membrane that covers the keyboard switches.

2018 MacBook Pro parts on left, 2019 MacBook Pro parts on right in each image

The new membrane is clearer and smoother to the touch, and appears to be made with polyacetylene. There are also subtle changes to the metal dome over each key switch, perhaps designed to alleviate problems with durability, bounce-back, or other issues.

Trackpad

As with previous MacBook Pro models, much of the bottom of the 2019 MacBook Pro machines is taken up by the Force Touch trackpad, which doubled in size starting in 2016. Apple introduced the larger trackpad to give users more room for gestures.

The Force Touch trackpad has no traditional buttons and is instead powered by a set of Force Sensors, allowing users to press anywhere on the trackpad to get the same response. A Taptic Engine powered by magnets provides users with tactile feedback when using the trackpad, replacing the feel of a physical button press.

The Force Touch trackpad supports a light press, which is used as a regular click, along with a deeper press or "force click" as a separate gesture that does things like offer up definitions for a highlighted word.

Touch Bar

The 2019 MacBook Pro models continue to feature a Touch Bar, which is a small OLED Retina multi-touch display built into the keyboard where the function keys traditionally go. The Touch Bar is contextual and can perform a huge range of functions on the Mac depending on which app is in use.

The Touch Bar is a matte-style display that blends right in with the rest of the keys on the keyboard, and in 2019 MacBook Pro machines, it supports True Tone, allowing the white balance to be adjusted to match the ambient lighting conditions.

Interacting with the Touch Bar is done through taps, swipes, and other multi-touch gestures, with support for up to 10 fingers at a time available.

The Touch Bar consists of a static (but customizable) Control Strip on the right housing the typical system functions you need to access quickly, like volume, audio playback, brightness, and Siri, with an ESC key on the left.

In the middle, there's an open spot that dynamically displays the most useful controls for the app you're using, and most third and first-party apps offer Touch Bar support.

Touch ID

Next to the Touch Bar, there's a Touch ID fingerprint sensor with second-generation Touch ID functionality that's covered in sapphire crystal much like the Touch ID Home button on some iPhone models.

Touch ID on the MacBook Pro can be used in lieu of a password, unlocking the Mac when a finger is placed on the sensor. It also replaces a password for password protected apps, and it can be used to make Apple Pay purchases in Safari.

Touch ID is powered by a separate Apple-designed T2 chip with a Secure Enclave that keeps your fingerprint data and personal information safe.

Thunderbolt 3

All 2019 13 and 15-inch MacBook Pro models are equipped with four USB-C ports with support for USB 3.1 Gen 2 and Thunderbolt 3, for Thunderbolt transfer speeds of up to 40Gb/s and USB transfer speeds of up to 10Gb/s.

Each port on the MacBook Pro models is identical and can be used for the same functions, so every one can be used to power the machine. All ports support the following connections: power, Thunderbolt, USB, DisplayPort, HDMI, and VGA.

Over Thunderbolt 3, the 15-inch MacBook Pro can power two 5K displays at one time or four 4K displays. The 13-inch MacBook Pro can power one 5K display or two 4K displays. All external displays are able to run at 60Hz.

In 2016 and 2017 13-inch MacBook Pro models, the left side Thunderbolt 3 ports had reduced bandwidth due to the fact that the chips used in the machines only supported up to 12 PCI Express lanes. The processors in the 13-inch 2019 MacBook Pro support up to 16 PCI Express lanes, so all four Thunderbolt 3 ports support maximum data transfer speeds of 40Gb/s.

13 and 15-inch models both have the same compatibility with external displays as previous-generation models. The 15-inch MacBook Pro supports up to two 5K displays or four 4K displays, while the 13-inch MacBook Pro supports one 5K display and up to two 4K displays.

T2 Chip

Apple's custom-made T2 chip is included in the 2019 MacBook Pro models to make them even more secure and to add additional functionality.

The T2 chip houses the Secure Enclave processor that protects Touch ID fingerprint data and allows for secure boot and encrypted storage capabilities. It also consolidates multiple controllers, including the system management controller, image signal processor, audio controller, and SSD controller.

It supports enhanced tone mapping, improved exposure control, and face detection-based auto exposure to the FaceTime HD camera, and it encrypts the SSD on the fly using dedicated AES hardware.

The T2 chip also powers "Hey Siri" functionality in the MacBook Pro. With Hey Siri capabilities, you can say "Hey Siri" to activate the personal assistant on the MacBook Pro without the need to press the physical Siri button. The T2 chip is a variant of the A10 in Apple's iOS devices and it runs a modified version of iOS.

15-Inch MacBook Pro

Apple's 15-inch MacBook Pro is the most powerful notebook computer the company sells, with a 8-core processor, discrete AMD Radeon Pro graphics or Radeon Pro Vega graphics, up to 32GB RAM, up to 4TB of SSD storage, and a larger display size setting it apart from the 13-inch MacBook Pro.

Processor

The 15-inch MacBook Pro models are equipped with Intel's 9th-generation 14-nanometer Coffee Lake Refresh chips. The entry-level 15-inch MacBook Pro uses Intel's 6-core 2.6GHz Core i7 processor with Turbo Boost up to 4.5GHz.

The higher-end 15-inch MacBook Pro features Intel's 2.3GHz 8-core 9th-generation Core i9 processor with 4.8GHz Turbo Boost. Both machines can be upgraded to a 2.4GHz 8-core 9th-generation Core i9 processor with Turbo Boost up to 5GHz.

According to Apple, its 8-core chips offer up two times faster performance than a quad-core MacBook Pro and 40 percent more performance than a 6-core MacBook Pro, making them the fastest chips in a Mac notebook ever.

According to Geekbench benchmarks, the new high-end 15-inch MacBook Pro with a 2.4GHz 8-core 9th-generation Core i9 processor is 10 percent faster than the prior-generation high-end 6-core MacBook Pro when it comes to single-core performance, and 29 percent faster when it comes to multi-core performance.

RAM

Stock 15-inch MacBook Pro models include 16GB of 2400MHz DDR4 RAM, which can be upgraded to 32GB through build-to-order customization options. Apple says 32GB RAM is up to 2.8x faster than 16GB.

GPU

Both stock 15-inch MacBook Pro models include Intel's built-in UHD Graphics 630, along with discrete graphics cards from AMD.

The entry-level machine includes a Radeon 555X with 4GB GDDR5 memory, while the higher-end machine includes a Radeon Pro 560X with 4GB GDDR5 memory.

As an upgrade, Apple offers higher-end AMD Radeon Pro Vega 16 and 20 graphics cards, which feature 4GB HBM2 memory.

The MacBook Pro is able to switch between the two video card options based on task, using the built-in graphics for non-intensive work to preserve battery life and then switching to the Radeon Pro for GPU-heavy tasks like gaming or video editing.

SSD

Apple in 2016 introduced super fast SSDs with sequential read speeds of up to 3.2GB/s and sequential write speeds up to 2.2GB/s, and that same technology is used in the SSDs of the 2019 MacBook Pro models.

Storage space starts at 256GB for the entry-level 15-inch MacBook Pro, but it can be upgraded to a maximum of 4TB, up from 2TB in previous machines.

Other Features

Camera

The camera in the MacBook Pro has not been upgraded compared to the previous-generation machine. It continues to use a 720p FaceTime HD camera.

Battery Life

Apple's 15-inch MacBook Pro offers "all-day" battery life with up to 10 hours of wireless web usage, up to 10 hours of iTunes movie playback, and up to 30 days of standby time.

The machine is equipped with an 83.6 watt-hour lithium-polymer battery that's higher capacity than the battery in pre-2018 models. Battery life is the same, however, due to the use of DDR4 RAM, higher-end GPUs, and other improvements.

Wireless Connectivity

Bluetooth 5.0 is included in the 2019 MacBook. It also supports 802.11ac Wi-Fi.

Available Models

There are two stock 15-inch MacBook Pro configurations available from Apple:

  • $2,399 - 2.6GHz 6-core Intel Core i7 processor, Radeon Pro 555X, 16GB RAM, 256GB SSD.

  • $2,799 - 2.3GHz 8-core Intel Core i9 processor, Radeon Pro 560X, 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD.

Build to Order Options

The processor, RAM, SSD capacity, and graphics card can be upgraded in the 2019 15-inch MacBook Pro.

Entry level 15-inch MacBook Pro upgrade options:

  • 2.4GHz 8-core Intel Core i9 processor - +$300

  • 32GB 2400MHz DDR4 RAM - +$400

  • Radeon Pro 560X with 4GB memory - +$100

  • 512GB SSD - +$200

  • 1TB SSD - +$600

  • 2TB SSD - +$1,200

  • 4TB SSD - +$3,000

Higher-end 15-inch MacBook Pro upgrade options:

  • 2.4GHz 8-core Intel Core i9 processor - +$200

  • 32GB 2400MHz DDR4 RAM - +$400

  • Radeon Pro Vega 16 - +$250

  • Radeon Pro Vega 20 - +$350

  • 1TB SSD - +$400

  • 2TB SSD - +$1,000

  • 4TB SSD - +$2,800

13-Inch MacBook Pro

Apple's 13-inch MacBook Pro is smaller than the 15-inch model, and that size reduction means its internal components are not quite as powerful. Rather than a 6-core or 8-core processor and discrete graphics, the 13-inch MacBook Pro includes a quad-core processor and integrated graphics.

Processor

The 13-inch MacBook Pro features Intel's 8th-generation 14-nanometer chips, adopting quad-core chips rather than 6-core or 8-core chips like the 15-inch MacBook Pro. Apple first started using quad-core chips for the 13-inch models in 2018.

Both of the stock 13-inch MacBook Pro models use Intel's quad-core 2.4GHz 8th-generation Core i5 processors with Turbo Boost up to 4.1GHz, while the quad-core 2.8GHz 8th-generation Core i7 chip with Turbo Boost up to 4.7GHz is available as a build-to-order upgrade option.

RAM

Both stock 13-inch MacBook Pro configurations include 8GB 2133MHz LPDDR3 RAM that's upgradeable to 16GB.

GPU

Unlike the 15-inch MacBook Pro models, the 13-inch MacBook Pro models do not feature discrete graphics cards. Both of the new 13-inch machines include Intel Iris Plus Graphics 655 with 128MB of embedded DRAM. There are no GPU upgrade options available for the 13-inch MacBook Pro.

SSD

Though the 13-inch MacBook Pro has a less powerful CPU and GPU than the 15-inch machine, it uses the same super fast SSD technology with sequential read speeds of up to 3.2GB/s and sequential write speeds of up to 2.2GB/s.

Storage in the 13-inch MacBook Pro starts at 256GB, but it can be upgraded to a maximum of 2TB for an additional fee.

Other Features

Camera

The 13-inch MacBook Pro continues to offer a 720p FaceTime HD camera with no improvements introduced compared to the 2018 model.

Battery Life

According to Apple, the 13-inch MacBook Pro offers "all day" battery life with 10 hours of wireless web usage, 10 hours of iTunes movie playback, and up to 30 days standby time.

The new models use a 58-watt-hour lithium polymer battery that is higher capacity than the battery in the 2017 MacBook Pro.

Wireless Connectivity

Bluetooth 5.0 is included, as is 802.11ac Wi-Fi.

Available Models

There are two standard configuration 13-inch MacBook Pro models available from Apple:

  • $1,799 - 2.4GHz quad-core Core i5 processor, Intel Iris Plus Graphics 655, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD.

  • $1,999 - 2.4GHz quad-core Core i5 processor, Intel Iris Plus Graphics 655, 8GB RAM, 512GB SSD.

Build to Order Options

The 13-inch MacBook Pro build to order options include processor, RAM, and SSD upgrades.

Mid-level 13-inch MacBook Pro:

  • 2.8GHz quad-core Core i7 processor - +$300

  • 16GB 2133MHz LPDDR3 RAM - +$200

  • 512GB SSD - +$200

  • 1TB SSD - +$600

  • 2TB SSD - $1,200

High-end 13-inch MacBook Pro:

  • 2.8GHz quad-core Core i7 processor - +$300

  • 16GB 2133MHz LPDDR3 RAM - +$200

  • 1TB SSD - +$400

  • 2TB SSD - $1,000

Blackmagic eGPU

Apple teamed up with Blackmagic Design to launch an external GPU (eGPU) option that was designed for the MacBook Pro, providing powerful desktop-class performance without compromising the portability of the notebook design.

Priced at $699, the Blackmagic eGPU is meant to allow MacBook Pro owners to connect to a higher-end GPU while working at a traditional workstation when more powerful graphics are needed for gaming, VR experiences, or creative tasks.

With the eGPU, for example, Fortnite on the 15-inch MacBook Pro is 2x faster than with the new 15-inch MacBook Pro's Radeon Pro 560X GPU, while Unity Editor is 2.2x faster and Maxon Cinema 4D is 2.8x faster. Improvements are even more impressive on the 13-inch machines that do not have discrete graphics cards.

The Blackmagic eGPU is equipped with a Radeon Pro 580 graphics card and it has built-in I/O connections to drive a Thunderbolt 3 display, charge the MacBook Pro (85W power delivery), and support multiple accessories.

There are two Thunderbolt 3 ports, four USB 3 ports, and one HDMI port. A Thunderbolt 3 cable is included.

13-Inch MacBook Pro Without Touch Bar

Alongside the new 2019 MacBook Pro machines with Touch Bar, Apple is continuing to sell two older 2017 13-inch MacBook Pro models that do not include a Touch Bar and are aimed at customers who might have otherwise chosen to purchase a MacBook Air.

Priced starting at $1,299, the non-Touch Bar MacBook Pro has a slower processor and graphics, less RAM, and two Thunderbolt 3 ports instead of four. It is now two years old. The following models are available:

  • $1,299 - 2.3GHz dual-core i5 Kaby Lake processor, 2133MHz RAM, 128GB SSD, Intel Iris Plus Graphics 640.

  • $1,499 - 2.3GHz dual-core i5 Kaby Lake processor, 2133MHz RAM, 256GB SSD, Intel Iris Plus Graphics 640.

There are upgrade options for these machines, allowing customers to boost the CPU, RAM, and SSD capacity at the following price points:

Entry-level non-Touch Bar MacBook Pro:

  • 2.5GHz dual-core 7th-gen Intel Core i7 chip - +$300

  • 16GB RAM - +$200

  • 256GB SSD - +$200

  • 512GB SSD - +$400

  • 1TB SSD - +$800

Mid-tier non Touch Bar MacBook Pro:

  • 2.5GHz dual-core 7th-gen Intel Core i7 chip - +$300

  • 16GB RAM - +$200

  • 512GB SSD - +$200

  • 1TB SSD - +$600

How to Buy

The 2019 MacBook Pro models can be purchased from Apple's website, Apple retail stores, and the retail locations and websites of third-party resellers like Best Buy and B&H Photo.

The Blackmagic eGPU that's being sold as an accessory for the MacBook Pro can be purchased from Apple for $699.

What's Next for the MacBook Pro

According to Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who often accurately predicts Apple's plans, Apple is working on an upgraded 16 to 16.5-inch MacBook Pro with an all-new design.

Kuo said that this new machine could be introduced as soon as 2019, but with Apple having introduced a May 2019 refresh of the MacBook Pro, it's not clear if that's going to happen. We could still see a 16 to 16.5-inch MacBook Pro in 2020, however, and there's always a chance Apple could do two 2019 releases.

Apple in June registered seven unreleased Mac notebooks with the Eurasian Economic Commission, including A2141, A2147, A2158, A2159, A2179, A2182, and A2251. These are designated as portable machines and could be unreleased MacBook Air, MacBook, or MacBook Pro models.

If Apple did release two 2019 MacBook Pro models, the second would likely be slated for fall, perhaps in September or October.

Few details are available beyond the prospective size of the rumored 16-inch MacBook Pro, but it will be larger than current MacBook Pro models and the largest MacBook Pro Apple has introduced since the 2017 MacBook Pro. Apple could potentially implement a larger screen size through slimmer bezels, as demonstrated in a simple mockup below.

A mockup of a 16-inch MacBook Pro

Kuo also said that 13-inch MacBook Pro models in 2019 could see an update that would increase the maximum amount of RAM from 16GB to 32GB, but that also didn't happen, so this may be an upgrade coming at a later time.

Kuo has also said that Apple is working on a new 15 to 17-inch MacBook with a Mini-LED display, which, given the size, could be in the MacBook Pro family. These machines with Mini-LED displays are said to be planned for the first half of 2021, but Apple likely has refreshes coming in the meantime, including the previously-rumored 16 to 16.5-inch machine.

There are also rumors suggesting Samsung is in talks to supply Apple with OLED displays for a future 16-inch MacBook Pro, but it's not clear how this information meshes with rumors of mini-LED machines.

It's possible Apple is exploring multiple different display advancements for MacBook Pro models coming in 2020 and beyond.

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13-inch MacBook Pro (Mid 2017): 2.3 GHz, 8 GB RAM, 256 GB SSD - Silver
13-inch MacBook Pro (Mid 2017): 2.3 GHz, 8 GB RAM, 256 GB SSD - Space Gray
13-inch MacBook Pro (Mid 2018): 2.3 GHz, 8 GB RAM, 256 GB SSD - Silver
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13-inch MacBook Pro (Mid 2018): 2.3 GHz, 8 GB RAM, 512 GB SSD - Silver
13-inch MacBook Pro (Mid 2018): 2.3 GHz, 8 GB RAM, 512 GB SSD - Space Gray
13-inch MacBook Pro (Mid 2019): 2.4 GHz, 8 GB RAM, 256 GB SSD - Silver
13-inch MacBook Pro (Mid 2019): 2.4 GHz, 8 GB RAM, 256 GB SSD - Space Gray
13-inch MacBook Pro (Mid 2019): 2.4 GHz, 8 GB RAM, 512 GB SSD - Silver
13-inch MacBook Pro (Mid 2019): 2.4 GHz, 8 GB RAM, 512 GB SSD - Space Gray
15-inch MacBook Pro (Mid 2018): 2.2 GHz, 16 GB RAM, 256 GB SSD - Silver
15-inch MacBook Pro (Mid 2018): 2.2 GHz, 16 GB RAM, 256 GB SSD - Space Gray
15-inch MacBook Pro (Mid 2018): 2.6 GHz, 16 GB RAM, 512 GB SSD - Silver
15-inch MacBook Pro (Mid 2018): 2.6 GHz, 16 GB RAM, 512 GB SSD - Space Gray
15-inch MacBook Pro (Mid 2019): 2.3 GHz 8-Core, 16 GB RAM, 512 GB SSD - Silver
15-inch MacBook Pro (Mid 2019): 2.3 GHz 8-Core, 16 GB RAM, 512 GB SSD - Space Gray
15-inch MacBook Pro (Mid 2019): 2.6 GHz 6-Core, 16 GB RAM, 256 GB SSD - Silver
15-inch MacBook Pro (Mid 2019): 2.6 GHz 6-Core, 16 GB RAM, 256 GB SSD - Space Gray

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