The new MacBook Pro 2016 — Design, Performance and Features


With an incredibly thin new design, the best Mac display ever, all-new speakers, and the revolutionary Touch Bar for instant access to the tools you want when you want them, the new MacBook Pro marks a milestone in the evolution of the notebook.

The new MacBook Pro combines the fundamental qualities of an ultraportable device with uncompromising performance.
With our new design, the product’s overall volume has been reduced dramatically.
This results in an extremely purposeful and powerful creative tool. It has the best Retina display we’ve ever put in a notebook.
A precisely designed LED spectrum projects through a metal oxide backplane.
This yields a remarkably bright, high-contrast picture with a wider color gamut.
The larger Force Touch trackpad now provides an expansive area for a whole range of gestures.
We’ve continued to refine our keyboard design to be more accurate and efficient.
Dome switches beneath each key have been optimized for a more responsive feel.
We’re introducing a new way to interact with your notebook. A Multi-Touch bar provides a more intuitive, more immediate connection to your content.
Commands that were once hidden are now visible, easily accessible, and also customizable.
In each application, the most relevant controls are displayed dynamically, allowing you to work with greater efficiency.
This is also the first Mac with Touch ID.
This seamless integration of hardware and software is truly unique to Apple.
The speakers have also been completely redesigned to maximize air displacement and project high-fidelity, room-filling sound.
At its core, pro-level processors, integrated with high-speed system memory and storage technologies, make everything you do faster and more responsive.
In a notebook this powerful, thermal management is critical. Thinner, variably spaced fan blades propel air quietly through a nearly solid structure.
The new MacBook Pro achieves a design that optimizes both performance and portability. It marks a milestone in the evolution of the Mac.
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