We're talking about the new entry-level MacBook Pro which witnessed some impressive upgrades, including the introduction of the Touch Bar - which wasn't previously on the base 13-inch model - and a more powerful 8th-gen Intel quad-core processor (as well as True Tone tech for the Retina display, plus Apple's T2 security chip). Also, the entry-level Macbook Pro has now been given the Touch Bar. But already, the increase in performance in this Geekbench reveals a 60 percent increase compared to the 2017 13-inch MacBook Pro. Check out Apple's complete announcement for more data.
In terms of the refreshed machines, the entry-level Macbook Air now comes with "True Tone" technology added to the display, which automatically adjusts the colour temperature of the screen based on ambient light colour and brightness.
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So let's take a look at what's new and how the base model performs. Meanwhile, the new Apple MacBook Pro starts at AU$1,999 or AU$1,849 for university students.
The company did not refresh the 13-inch MacBook Pro past year, despite refreshing the 15-inch model, which is why Geekbench used the 2017 model for comparative purposes. At present, Apple doesn't offer a quad-core processor option for the MacBook Air.
If all you're going to do be doing is checking emails, writing documents and watching Netflix, get a MacBook Air.
"College students love the Mac - it's the notebook they rely on from the dorm room to the classroom, and the No. 1 choice among higher education students", said Tom Boger, Apple's senior director of Mac Product Marketing.