New MacBook Pro 8-Core 2019 Latest Updates from Apple – Are you a Programmer? Photo Editor? Video Editor? or gamers? And you are looking for the best performing laptop for that?
MacBook Pro Laptops made by Apple which are known for their speed and lightness are now updated. Last May 21, 2019, they have announced a MacBook Pro processor update to Intel Core i9 8-core. This is the first processor they use on a MacBook Pro. The speed of this laptop has increased to double that of the MacBook Pro which uses a 4-Core processor.
Now Apple Inc. has claimed that MacBook Pro has been able to deliver performance in carrying out heavy work processes such as 4K video editing, graph rendering, and more. This turbo boost speed can run at 4.7 GHz for the MacBook Pro 13 “and 5.0 GHz for the MacBook Pro 15”.
The RAM that is updated on the latest MacBook Pro is 32GB DDR4 and the speed of the SSD is capable of reading data at 3.2GB / sec. With this specification you don’t have to think about hangs or lags that occur when you work.
The Intel Core i9 8-core MacBook Pro has used Radeon Pro GDDR5 4GB GPU graphics and graphics on the Touch Bar using 128MB of built-in DRAM integrated graphics.
There are two differences in storage space based on the size of the MacBook Pro. MacBook Pro 13 “has up to 2 TB of SSD storage while the MacBook Pro 15” has up to 4 TB of SSD storage.
Apple Inc. has used a very fast port on the MacBook Pro namely USB-C Thunderbolt 3. With Thunderbol 3 it has been able to:
- Data transfer of up to 40GB / sec. With this much speed, estimates of copying HD videos lasting 14 hours in less than one minute, copying 25,000 photos in less than one minute, copying 10,000 songs in less than a minute.
- Supports up to four 4K screens or two 5K screens with a 15-inch MacBook Pro.
- Supports up to two 4K screens or one 5K screen with 13-inch MacBook Pro.
MacBook Pro still uses the screen as used on the previous MacBook, the Retina Display. Using the Retina screen that is capable of displaying extraordinary image details.
For MacBook Pro 13 models “has a native resolution of 2560×600 with 227 pixels per inch. The scale resolution supported by the MacBook Pro 13” is 1680×1050, 1440×900, 1024×640.
For MacBook Pro 15 models “has a native resolution of 2880×1800 with 220 pixels per inch. The scale resolution supported by the MacBook Pro 15” is 1920×1200, 1680×1050, 1280×800, 1024×640.
Both models have a Brightness of 500 nits with wide Color (P3) and have True Tone Technology.
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