Apple’s MacBook Pro 13″ Gets A Magic Keyboard & 10th-Gen Processor

May 5, 2020

Category: Tech

While it’s true that Apple is renowned within the worlds of technology and design for its attention to detail, there are times when the Cupertino-based company falls short of its mark. The previous generation Apple Macbook Pro, for example, was notorious for the brand’s departure from its beloved keyboard layout — something that it’s decided to remedy with the 2020 13-inch model.

The 2020 Apple MacBook Pro 13-inch has put its recent-gen butterfly keyboard to the side for its newest iteration, opting instead for an ergonomic redesign and the implementation of the company’s new Magic Keyboard. Instead of the abnormal mechanisms used in its butterfly variant, the Magic Keyboard boasts a modern vision of the company’s trusted scissor architecture, providing users with a more notable typing experience, as well as a more stable foundation, overall. But that’s not all. Apple has also updated its compact flagship with a 10th-generation quad-core Intel Core processor, Intel Iris Plus graphics, and up to 4TB of SSD storage, allowing you to purchase additional high-speed packages, depending on your device’s use and application. Head to Apple’s website to grab one of your own for $1,299 and up.

Purchase: $1,299+

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