Attention early adopters: Apple’s updated their line of MacBook Pros with some beefed up performance. The aluminum shells remain but one of the standout features is something that most probably haven’t ever heard of. The Thunderbolt port allows you to connect high-performance peripherals and high-res displays to a single port. Transfer rates are theoretically upto 10 Gbps which is just nuts. There aren’t that many Thunderbolt-compatible peripherals out right now but that should change over the coming months.
All MacBook Pro models have been upgraded to Intel Core i5 and i7 processors which means all three models (13-inch, 15-inch and 17-inch) are up to twice as faster than their predecessors. The camera’s been enhanced as well and now allows for full-screen HD (720p) video calls through the FaceTime app. Crispy.
All MacBook Pro models are available now through the Apple Store.