There were several new and exciting things announced during Apple's October event, but undoubtedly the stars of the show are the new Macbook Pros. This is the first major redesign since the introduction of the MacBook Pro with Retina Display in 2012, and Apple's laptops are seeing a substantial upgrade.
The new MacBook Pro is slimmer, with smaller speakers, and features a Retina multitouch strip above its keyboard called the Touch Bar, which can provide a multitude of abilities depending on the app you're using. The MacBook Pros with Touch Bar start at $1799 for the 13-inch model and $2399 for the 15-inch laptop. Don't like fancy new things like the Touch Bar? That's fine, the company is also introducing a version of the 13-inch MacBook Pro with traditional function keys for $1499.
We're so excited and can't wait for everyone to experience these fantastic new MacBook Pros — so we're going to give one away!
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