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Apple Refreshes the Specifications of Apple Macbook Pro Series – Faster Processor, Graphics Chips

By on October 25, 2011 in Apple with 0 Comments

Apple has upgraded the internal specifications of the Macbook Pro series laptops and have made them better in terms of strength and specifications. The new Macbook Pro series would be having a better processor and the higher graphics chips. The prices of the Macbook Pros would still be the same, and Apple changed the specs without changing anything externally.

The Macbook Pro of 13-inch version now comes with either the i5 and i7 processors – 2.4 GHz Core i5 or a 2.8 GHZ Core i7 CPU, both being the dual-core processors. The optional configuration of the 13-inch version is not possible, but the larger variants can have the option to have a different processor than what comes in the original list of specifications.
The 15-inch Macbook Pro comes with 2.2 GHz i7 or a 2.4 GHz i7 CPU with the quad-core processors and these version Pros can be optionally configured to have the 2.5GHz processors instead of the 2.4GHz one. The 17-inch Macbook Pro comes with optional configuration but originally comes with the 2.4GHz i7 CPU.

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When talking about the optional configuration of the Macbook Pro, the 15-inch and 17-inch variants of the Pro can be configured with the AMD Radeon HD 6770M graphics chip.

The other specifications and features of all the versions of the Macbook Pro remains the same, even the pricing too. The Macbook Pro can stay on for more than 7 hours with continuous usage on battery, when on full charge.

Here is the pricing of the various Macbook Pro laptops –

  • Apple Macbook Pro 13-inch: 2.4 GHz – $1199
  • Apple Macbook Pro 13-inch: 2.8 GHz – $1499
  • Apple Macbook Pro 15-inch: 2.2 GHz – $1799
  • Apple Macbook Pro 15-inch: 2.4 GHz – $2199
  • Apple Macbook Pro 17-inch: 2.4 GHz – $2499

Here are the customizable options with the Macbook Pro when you are purchasing one – Different processor (indeed a faster one), Solid-state drive and more memory.

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