Apple have made very few changes with their new Macbook Pro.

Apple released three new models of the MacBook Pro earlier this week, two of them with the new touch bar instead of the function keys.

Macbook Pro has not make any major update since Retina screens were introduced four years ago.

The comment for all of them are that they have been thinner (14.9 and 15.5 millimeters), the frame around the screen has become narrower and they have lost a little weight. And its also now available in two colors: gray and silver.

Two of the models have the new touch bar, an OLED screen that replaces the function keys and escape and can be customized for different applications and situations. In this way, it can be configurate for a “hot-Key” or for volume control. In addition, there is a small fingerprint reader on the far right.

So what has the new Macbook Pro under the shell

The top model: 15 inces, with touch bar

The new 15-tummaren come in two standard configurations. In differents with faster processor, sharper graphics and more storage.

  • Processor: 2.6 or 2.7GHz quad-core Intel Core i7
  • Ram: 16GB 2133MHz LPDDR3 frame
  • Storage: 256 or 512GB SSD
  • Graphics card: Radeon Pro 450 or Radeon 455 Pro with 2GB of memory
  • Others: 4 x USB ports

Small and powerful: 13-tummaren with touch bar

Even the smaller Macbook Pro comes in two versions with touch bar. But the only different between the models is the storage space.

  • Processor: 2,9GHz dual core Intel Core i5
  • Ram: 8GB 2133MHz LPDDR3 frame
  • Storage: 256 or 512GB SSD
  • Graphics: Intel Iris Graphics 550th
  • Others: 4 x USB ports

13 inches without touch bar

Apple is clear that the new MacBook Pro is thinner and performs better than the 13-inch Macbook Air. Although Air still are sold, certainty this is probably the end of the Mac’s Air models.

  • CPU: 2.0GHz dual-core Intel Core i5
  • Ram: 8GB 1866MHz LPDDR3 frame
  • Storage: 256GB SSD
  • Graphics: Intel Iris Graphics 540th
  • Others: 2 pieces USB ports

The older models

Macbooks eleven inches disappeared from the range, but the 13-tummaren are still available. And the new 12-inch MacBook released last year, is also there, but did not received any hardware update this time.