Here's Everything You Need To Know About The New MacBooks

 

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Apple has seriously improved its line of MacBook computers.Here’s the breakdown on everything you need to know from the WWDC keynote.

Speed boost for the Airs

New MacBook Airs will have faster processors that give them a 60% speed boost.

Huge storage capabilities

A maxed-out Air will have a 512 GB SSD.

USB 3.0 arrives on the Air

The much-faster alternative to USB 2.0 will be available on the new MacBook Airs.

HD FaceTime

The front-facing webcam on the Air gets an upgrade to HD quality, making for higher quality videochats and self-portraits.

Everything drops by $100

Depending on your configuration, the 11' Airs will go for $999 or $1099 and 13' models will run for $1199 or $1499.

The MacBook Pro gets a Retina display

Expect a much higher-quality screen out of the MacBook Pro. It will offer a resolution of 2880 x 1880, making for a display that packs in 5,184,000 pixels.

The MacBook Pro display is built into the unibody

The screen on new MacBook Pros is baked inside of the computer itself.

The Pro is as thin as the Air

An impressively thin computer!

The new Pro boasts some impressive internals

A maxed-out model can include 16 GB of RAM and 768 GB of SSD storage.

The new Pro is very expandable.

It includes SD and HDMI ports.

Prices for the Pro?

It starts at $2,199 and it ships today.

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