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« on: July 26, 2019, 04:05:15 pm »

How a 16-inch MacBook Pro sets the table for ARM MacBooks

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<p>A 16-inch MacBook Pro with reduced bezels and possibly a new keyboard design is coming in October, according to a report in the Economic Daily News <a href="https://9to5mac.com/2019/07/23/16-inch-macbook-pro-price/" rel="nofollow">relayed by 9to5Mac[/url]. Most notable in this latest suggestion of Apple’s next-generation laptop is the price—EDN suggests a starting price around an eye-watering $3,000.</p><p>Should we be surprised? Apple has never been focused on being the low-price leader, and at the top end of its product range, it has been unafraid to charge a whole lot of money... especially for products bearing the name “pro.”</p><h2 id="frompoweruserstopros">From power users to pros</h2>
<p>Long after the arrival of the iMac as a low-cost consumer computer, most Mac power users still bought Power Macs. But during the Intel switch, Apple turned the Power Mac into the Mac Pro—and that was more than just a marketing change. If the Power Mac was used by power users (and yes, its name also signified that it had a PowerPC processor inside), the Mac Pro was meant to be used by pros and is priced accordingly.</p><p class="jumpTag"><a href="/article/3411136/how-a-16-inch-macbook-pro-sets-the-table-for-arm-macbooks.html#jump">To read this article in full, please click here[/url]</p></section></article>

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