MacBook Pro 2019: Everything you need to know!



Apple says it has made changes to the keyboard mechanism on the new 13- and 15-inch MacBook Pros to alleviate some of these concerns, which include debris getting stuck under the keys and preventing them from working.

What's new about the MacBook Pro 2019?

This means the Pro now delivers two times faster performance than a quad-core MacBook Pro and 40 per cent more performance than a 6-core MacBook Pro. Those models still have dual-core 7th-Gen processors.

Until people get their hands on the new MacBook Pros to test out, we'll have to take Apple's word that it's really addressed the keyboard problems this time. However, only time will tell whether this version of the MacBook Pro's keyboard is more reliable than prior iterations.

Apple's updated 13-inch and 15-inch MacBook Pro models will be available for purchase starting today from or via the Apple Store app starting at $1,799 United States dollars for the 13-inch variant with quad-core Intel Core processors and $2,399 USD for the 15-inch model with 8th or 9th-generation Intel Core processors.

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As for the outside of the MacBook: the keyboard has been changed slightly too, but Apple isn't calling it a 4th generation butterfly keyboard quite yet. That means it retains 2017's internals and a second-generation butterfly keyboard.

At this point, it's way too soon to tell.

How much will it cost?

The base model Touch Bar 13-inch laptop now has a 2.4GHz Intel Core i5 with a maximum Turbo Boost speed of 4.1GHz, and a new 2.8GHz Core i7 is available as an option. MacBook Pros are popular with Apple developers and there's always speculation that new ones will be announced during the event's keynote, though that rarely happens.

You can customize and order your brand new MacBook Pro 2019 online right now or wait until later this week to grab one in an Apple Store or an Apple Authorized Reseller near you. Graphics performance from the Intel Iris Plus graphics should be comparable to the previous-gen 13-inch MacBook Pros, though. All new Macs come with macOS Mojave operating system which brings Dark Mode along with apps including News, Stocks, Voice Memos and Home to the Mac and features a redesigned Mac App Store. Let us know what your thoughts are in the comments down below.