Apple launches 13-inch MacBook Pro with Magic Keyboard

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Apple has now revealed the launch of a refreshed version of its 12-inch MacBook Pro in India. The new model comes with the new Magic Keyboard instead of the earlier butterfly keyboard in last year’s MacBook Pro 13-inch.

The Pro 13-inch is priced at the cost of INR 1,22,990 for the 8GB RAM + 256GB of storage with the 8th Gen Intel Core Processor. The 8GB RAM + 512GB version with 8th Gen Intel Core Processor is priced at the cost of INR 1,42,990.

The new Pro features a 13.3-inch LED-backlit IPS display with a pixel resolution of 2560 x 1600, 500 nits brightness level, a 227ppi pixel density, and True Tone Technology.

The 13-inch Pro line up now offers around 10th-Gen Quad-Core Intel Core Processors with Turbo Boost speeds of around 4.1GHz.

The entry-level models are supported by the 8th Gen Core i5 processor, and the top-end models are now powered by the latest 10th Gen Intel Core i5 processor with the 2Ghz clock speed. The Pro offers around 1TB of storage that can be configured to up to 4TB. The bade model comes with an 8GB of LPDDR RAM + 256GB of storage.

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The Pro 13-inch model has the Magic Keyboard which also came with a 16-inch MacBook Pro announced in the month of November last year. Magic Keyboard features a redesigned scissor mechanism arrangement for the arrow keys, which makes them easier to find, whether users are navigating through spreadsheets or playing games.

Magic Keyboards also features a physical Escape Key, along with the Touch Bar, and Touch ID, for a keyboard that delivers the best typing experience ever on the Mac Notebook.

The laptop is backed by a 58W hour battery and is even claimed to deliver around 10 hours of web browsing. It comes with a macOS Catalina out of the box. On the connectivity part, the MacBook features four Thunderbolt 3 USB Type-C ports. It also has stereo speakers, three mic-array, support for the Dolby Atmos Playback, and 3.5mm headphone jack.

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