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Apple's new MacBook Pros get a much-needed performance boost

Brisbane Times Thursday, 12 July 2018
Apple's new MacBook Pros get a much-needed performance boostApple has released two new models of the MacBook Pro, giving the 13-inch and 15-inch models a performance boost but keeping their controversial keyboard.
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Apple announced a surprise update to the MacBook Pros online Thursday. Digital Trends reports that the minor change involves 8th-gen Intel Core processors and updated keyboards to some MacBook Pro models. Rather than refreshing the all MacBook Pros to 8th-gen processors, Apple will only offer the...

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