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Apple MacBook Pro Intel® Core™ i7 i7-6820HQ Laptop 39.1 cm (15.4") 16 GB LPDDR3-SDRAM 512 GB Flash AMD Radeon Pro 455 Wi-Fi 5 (802.11ac) macOS Sierra Silver

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Bullet Points Apple MacBook Pro Intel® Core™ i7 i7-6820HQ Laptop 39.1 cm (15.4") 16 GB LPDDR3-SDRAM 512 GB Flash AMD Radeon Pro 455 Wi-Fi 5 (802.11ac) macOS Sierra Silver
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  • - Laptop Clamshell Silver
  • - Intel® Core™ i7 i7-6820HQ 2.7 GHz
  • - 39.1 cm (15.4") 2880 x 1800 pixels IPS LED backlight 16:10
  • - 16 GB LPDDR3-SDRAM 2133 MHz
  • - 512 GB Flash
  • - AMD Radeon Pro 455 2 GB Intel® HD Graphics 530
  • - Wi-Fi 5 (802.11ac) Bluetooth 4.2
  • - Lithium Polymer (LiPo) 76 Wh 10 h 87 W
  • - macOS Sierra 64-bit
Long product name Apple MacBook Pro Intel® Core™ i7 i7-6820HQ Laptop 39.1 cm (15.4") 16 GB LPDDR3-SDRAM 512 GB Flash AMD Radeon Pro 455 Wi-Fi 5 (802.11ac) macOS Sierra Silver :
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15.4" Retina IPS 2880 x 1800, 2.7GHz Intel Core i7, 16GB LPDDR3 2133MHz, 512GB Flash, AMD Radeon Pro 455 2GB GDDR5, WLAN, Bluetooth, 720p FaceTime HD, Force Touch, Touch Bar, Touch ID, OS X Sierra
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Short summary description Apple MacBook Pro Intel® Core™ i7 i7-6820HQ Laptop 39.1 cm (15.4") 16 GB LPDDR3-SDRAM 512 GB Flash AMD Radeon Pro 455 Wi-Fi 5 (802.11ac) macOS Sierra Silver:
This short summary of the Apple MacBook Pro Intel® Core™ i7 i7-6820HQ Laptop 39.1 cm (15.4") 16 GB LPDDR3-SDRAM 512 GB Flash AMD Radeon Pro 455 Wi-Fi 5 (802.11ac) macOS Sierra Silver data-sheet is auto-generated and uses the product title and the first six key specs.

Apple MacBook Pro , Intel® Core™ i7, 2.7 GHz, 39.1 cm (15.4"), 2880 x 1800 pixels, 16 GB, 512 GB

Long summary description Apple MacBook Pro Intel® Core™ i7 i7-6820HQ Laptop 39.1 cm (15.4") 16 GB LPDDR3-SDRAM 512 GB Flash AMD Radeon Pro 455 Wi-Fi 5 (802.11ac) macOS Sierra Silver:
This is an auto-generated long summary of Apple MacBook Pro Intel® Core™ i7 i7-6820HQ Laptop 39.1 cm (15.4") 16 GB LPDDR3-SDRAM 512 GB Flash AMD Radeon Pro 455 Wi-Fi 5 (802.11ac) macOS Sierra Silver based on the first three specs of the first five spec groups.

Apple MacBook Pro . Product type: Laptop, Form factor: Clamshell. Processor family: Intel® Core™ i7, Processor model: i7-6820HQ, Processor frequency: 2.7 GHz. Display diagonal: 39.1 cm (15.4"), Display resolution: 2880 x 1800 pixels. Internal memory: 16 GB, Internal memory type: LPDDR3-SDRAM. Total storage capacity: 512 GB, Storage media: Flash. On-board graphics card model: Intel® HD Graphics 530, Discrete graphics card model: AMD Radeon Pro 455. Operating system installed: macOS Sierra. Product colour: Silver

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2017-07-24 01:57:10
Uk has collected 196 expert reviews for Apple MacBook Pro Intel® Core™ i7 i7-6820HQ Laptop 39.1 cm (15.4") 16 GB LPDDR3-SDRAM 512 GB Flash AMD Radeon Pro 455 Wi-Fi 5 (802.11ac) macOS Sierra Silver and the average expert rating is 84 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Uk to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
84%
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trustedreviews.com
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2017-07-24 01:57:09
Apple's MacBook Pro line is traditionally topped out with an ultra-powered multimedia machine with the best laptop components you can find. The latest model is no different, and, like the two 13-inch models Apple introduced in 2016, it's benefited from a...
Good Stunning screen, Top-notch processor, Classy design, Excellent connectivity, MacOS continues to be brilliant...
Bad Inconsistent battery life, Fairly weak graphics performance...
90%
digitalartsonline.co.uk
Updated:
2017-07-24 01:57:09
Buy from Apple After a month of use, here’s the definitive review of the 2017 15-inch MacBook Pro with Touch Bar. Apple’s newest 15-inch MacBook Pro proved controversial when it launched at end of last year. It was late and featured changes to the desi...
Bottom line After using the MacBook Pro for a month – and a huge range of laptops aimed at designers and artists over the years – I have come to suspect that it's not really aimed at creatives. It has the look of something designers would use, and so will appeal to b...
70%
pcauthority.com.au
Updated:
2017-07-24 01:57:09
Neophobia – the fear of the new, or the fear of change – is an increasingly common affliction among Apple fans. The company is infamous for gleefully tossing past-it tech on the scrap heap, often long before many users have had the chance to properly say...
Bottom line "Despite the pangs of loss for SD card slots and traditional USB, these are without question the most refined, high-end laptops that I've ever used."...
100%
gizmodo.com.au
Updated:
2017-07-24 01:57:10
The MacBook Air was Apple's everyman computer, but as it slowly sunsets that notebook, we're looking to Apple for a new vision of the do-everything laptop. The MacBook Air was the computer that businesses issued to their employees, the notebook college st...
Bottom line Which brings me to my one real gripe with the new MacBook Pro: its price. This is a good laptop with a lot of big upgrades, especially for anyone coming from an old MacBook Air. And it is definitely a better computer for the average person than the MacBoo...
0%
thunderbaylive.com
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2017-07-24 01:57:10
dbrand link: Can any laptop that doesn't feature a GTX 1080 really justify a $3500 price tag?Buy Lightning Dongles on Amazon (you'll definitely need them if you get a MBP): Discuss on the forum: Our Affiliates, Referral Programs, and Sponsors: Check out o...
0%
stuff.tv/my/
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2017-07-24 01:57:10
To Touch Bar or not to Touch Bar; that is the question. At least, it was the question with the 13in MacBook Pro. The answer, somewhat surprisingly, was 'not to Touch Bar', as its overall usefulness is still a bit questionable and the Touch Bar version of...
Good A fantastic balance of power and form, So nice to type on, Brilliant, bright, colourful screen...
Bad Very expensive, Disappointing battery life, Touch Bar isn't yet particularly useful...
Bottom line There's no denying that the 15in MacBook Pro is a flawed device. Its battery life is much weaker than expected, its choice of connections means you need to buy adapters, and its headline-grabbing new Touch Bar just isn't that useful right now.Yet despite...
80%
stuff.tv
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2017-07-24 01:57:10
To Touch Bar or not to Touch Bar; that is the question. At least, it was the question with the 13in MacBook Pro. The answer, somewhat surprisingly, was 'not to Touch Bar', as its overall usefulness is still a bit questionable and the Touch Bar version of...
Good A fantastic balance of power and form, So nice to type on, Brilliant, bright, colourful screen...
Bad Very expensive, Disappointing battery life, Touch Bar isn't yet particularly useful...
Bottom line There's no denying that the 15in MacBook Pro is a flawed device. Its battery life is much weaker than expected, its choice of connections means you need to buy adapters, and its headline-grabbing new Touch Bar just isn't that useful right now. Yet despit...
80%
hardwarezone.com.my
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2017-07-24 01:57:10
The new 15-inch MacBook Pro with Touch Bar is essentially an upsized version of the 13-inch MacBook Pro with Touch Bar (hereafter referred to simply as the MacBook Pro). Apart from the size and the internals, they share the same design, keyboard, Touch Ba...
Bottom line Performance AnalysisI tested the MacBook Pro using our standard benchmarking utilities, which meant that I had to install Windows 10 using Bootcamp. This will allow me to peg its performances against comparable Windows notebooks that we have reviewed. Her...
0%
techradar.com
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2017-07-24 01:57:10
The 15-inch MacBook Pro has always been the go-to computer for creatives and media enthusiasts. Need quad-core processors, dedicated graphics and a big old screen that's only slightly smaller than your monitor? If so, Apple's 13-inch laptops probably have...
Good Luminous display, Innovative Touch Bar, Four USB, C ports, Loud and clear speakers...
Bad Touch Bar not fully, realized, Trackpad feels too big...
Bottom line While Apple's brighter and bolder 15-inch MacBook brings immediate benefits the second you turn it on, it has its quirks and feels like a laptop that will become much more useful down the line...
80%
techguide.com.au
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2017-07-24 01:57:10
Apple's new MacBook Pro introduces numerous improvements including the all-new Touch Bar and is stunningly thinner, lighter and smaller than the previous version of the popular laptop.But while Apple giveth, it also taketh away.There is no questioning the...
Good Thinner, lighter, stunning display, excellent audio quality, fast and powerful, Touch Bar...
Bad No SD card slot, no HDMI port, Touch Bar hard to read in bright light, scratches more visible on space grey model, expensive...
Bottom line Apple has produced an impressive product with the MacBook Pro. But the features that Apple has removed like the SC card slot and other ports that has held this laptop back from being the best we've ever used. The MacBook Pro is still a great laptop, but...
85%
macworld.co.uk
Updated:
2017-07-24 01:57:10
Welcome to our MacBook Pro 2016 review. If you'd like to read about last year's models, read our 15in MacBook Pro 2.5GHz, 2015 review, 15in MacBook Pro 2.2GHz, 2015 review and 13in MacBook Pro 2.7GHz, 2015 review.Apple's new MacBook Pro is here at last. U...
Good Glorious vast trackpad with Force Touch...
Bad Cramped and slightly rattly keyboard with almost unusable arrow keys...
Bottom line We're rather in love with the new MacBook Pro, but as with many love affairs there are irritations.The trackpad is huge and wonderful to use; but it's so big that the keyboard has been pushed up to make room, as well as flattened down to make the laptop s...
80%
wovow.org
Updated:
2017-07-24 01:57:10
The latest version of the flagship Apple – MacBook Pro 15 2016 comes with decreased dimensions and a very muscular configuration. This year, the most visible novelty is, however, the Touch Bar which replaces the function keys. Undeniably seductive at firs...
Good Exceptional performance/autonomy ratio, Excellent screen quality, Touch Bar well integrated and well thought out, Temperature and noises mastered, Very compact for 15 inches...
Bad Only USB-C ports, Very short keyboard keystroke, In use, the Touch Bar remains quite a gadget, Deleting the SD card reader...
Bottom line This new 15-inch MacBook Pro is definitely a new reference in the 15-inch notebook category. It combines a sophisticated design, reduced measurements and power very much to the rendezvous, all with a record autonomy for this format. Although we regret the...
0%
brisbanetimes.com.au
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2017-07-24 01:57:10
The recently introduced MacBook Pros are the first major update to Apple's high-end laptop line in a long time, and the pent-up anticipation had enthusiasts and the Apple faithful imagining the impossible.The new MacBooks should embrace the future with as...
0%
expertreviews.co.uk
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2017-07-24 01:57:10
In denuding its professional laptop, ironically, of its pro-grade ports and sockets, and whacking up prices across the board, Apple has prompted many to look at the new range askance, wondering if it’s the right thing for them, or their IT departments.In...
Good Good performance, Blazingly fast SSD, Brilliant wide-gamut display, Superb touchpad...
Bad Only USB Type C, Very, very expensive...
Bottom line Apple has ushered the MacBook Pro into the future with its new design, but the changes aren't all for the better...
0%
gizmodo.com.au
Updated:
2017-07-24 01:57:10
The MacBook Air was Apple's everyman computer, but as it slowly sunsets that notebook, we're looking to Apple for a new vision of the do-everything laptop. The MacBook Air was the computer that businesses issued to their employees, the notebook college st...
Bottom line Which brings me to my one real gripe with the new MacBook Pro: its price. This is a good laptop with a lot of big upgrades, especially for anyone coming from an old MacBook Air. And it is definitely a better computer for the average person than the MacBoo...
0%
goodgearguide.com.au
Updated:
2017-07-24 01:57:10
There's a lot to like in Apple's new laptop lineup , from the updated internal architecture to the twice-as-big multi- and force-touch trackpad and the brighter, more color-accurate Retina display.But the question I keep getting asked about the latest 15-...
Bottom line My biggest point of contention with this year's line-up has been that I thought Apple skimped on storage and RAM while boosting the entry price for the MacBook Pros with Touch Bar. I felt Apple was nickel and diming its customers, especially considering t...
0%
alphr.com
Updated:
2017-07-24 01:57:10
Neophobia – the fear of the new, or the fear of change – is an increasingly common affliction among Apple fans. The company is infamous for gleefully tossing past-it tech on the scrapheap, often long before many users have had the chance to properly say g...
100%
pocket-lint.com
Updated:
2017-07-24 01:57:10
Apple has revamped its MacBook Pro range, delivering a laptop that is thinner, lighter and more powerful than before. Rather than just roll out the typical annual revamp of new and improved internal specs, the company has added a new feature to its top-sp...
Good New design, tight keyboard, huge trackpad, great quality screen, configurable performance options...
Bad Lack of ports, battery life not as good as before, Touch Bar won't be useful for all, seriously pricey...
Bottom line The MacBook Pro has lots of things going for it. We love the keyboard, the trackpad, the screen, the performance, and the inclusion of the Touch ID sensor.We aren't so keen about losing all those ports - although we'll learn to live with it. The reduced b...
80%
businessinsider.my
Updated:
2017-07-24 01:57:10
The new MacBook Pro has been a long time coming.It's been over four years since its last significant update. In the meantime, we've seen a bunch of impressive new takes on pro-level hardware, especially the Surface Book from Microsoft .Apple was past due...
0%
crn.com.au
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2017-07-24 01:57:10
The Apple MacBook Pro (2016) has arrived in the office, but for once I'm feeling a little deflated.Not because it's a disappointing laptop, or that it's considerably more expensive than last year's model, or even because it lacks certain slots and ports (...
Bottom line and pricesDespite that, there's no doubt that the new MacBook Pro is a great laptop. It's slimmer, lighter, has a slightly nicer display and in general is a more pleasant device to use than its predecessor.It even sounds better, but there is a price to p...
0%
techradar.com
Updated:
2017-07-24 01:57:10
It's finally here: the new-and-improved MacBook Pro, and it seems to have closed the gap between the Pro line and the competition – and them some.But the MacBook Pro has done so in ways that matter perhaps even more than gigahertz and pixels. This is now...
Good Super, thin and light, Touch Bar smartly designed, Loads of USB, C ports, Huge trackpad...
Bad Touch Bar needs more app support, Direct light washes out Touch Bar display...
Bottom line To say the new MacBook Pro is a massive improvement over the previous model would be an understatement. It's more portable and more powerful, not to mention more enjoyable to use. But it's tough to justify the premium for that Touch Bar, no matter how coo...
80%
goodgearguide.com.au
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2017-07-24 01:57:10
It's thinner, lighter, and smaller all around, but the new MacBook Pro makes a big impression. The trackpad on the 15-inch version is downright ridiculous—twice as large as the trackpad on the previous generation—but I didn't look down and say, “Holy cow...
0%
mobilesyrup.com
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2017-07-24 01:57:10
Finally, after months of rumours and speculation, the new MacBook Pro is here and available in three different versions: the 13-inch model with physical function buttons, the 13-inch model with Apple's new Touch Bar functionality and the 15-inch model wit...
0%
eftm.com.au
Updated:
2017-12-03 09:58:04
I've been using the new MacBook Pro (13″ with Touch Bar) now for several weeks – determined not to use my gut reactions as my formal review. With time now passed and some solid use-cases out-of-the-way, I think I can call it – this is a sensational device...
0%
goodgearguide.com.au
Updated:
2018-07-28 20:20:16
Since its introduction in 2016, the MacBook Pro as we know it today has produced mixed reactions from its users. People love the combination of size, weight, and performance. But there are legitimate issues that make people hesitate or even regret buying...
Bottom line I often say in laptop reviews that if you bought last year's model, you probably won't find the speed results compelling enough to upgrade. But this year is different for anyone who uses multi-core apps. Six processing cores is, well, better than four, an...
0%
techadvisor.co.uk
Updated:
2018-08-09 21:15:01
Welcome to our MacBook Pro 2016 review. If you'd like to read about last year's models, read our 15in MacBook Pro (2.5GHz, 2015) review, 15in MacBook Pro (2.2GHz, 2015) review and 13in MacBook Pro (2.7GHz, 2015) review. Apple's new MacBook Pro is here...
Bottom line We're rather in love with the new MacBook Pro, but as with many love affairs there are irritations.The trackpad is huge and wonderful to use; but it's so big that the keyboard has been pushed up to make room, as well as flattened down to make the laptop s...
80%
v3.co.uk
Updated:
2018-08-09 21:15:03
Microsoft was so bold as to describe the Surface Book as "the ultimate laptop", so we thought it's only fair to put it up against two of it most formidable rivals, the Asus ZenBook Pro and the Apple MacBook Pro. We'll be comparing Apple's 2015 MacBook Pr...
0%
goodgearguide.com.au
Updated:
2019-12-08 13:57:57
Now that Apple's introduced the first major update to its MacBook Pro lineup in years, it's time to square off the best of the best in Mac and PC laptops to see who currently prevails in this age-old rivalry.It's benchmarks at dawn between the new MacBook...
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laptopmedia.com
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2017-07-24 01:57:09
Apple's latest MacBook Pro lineup is a good example of how technology has not only catch up with today's market trends but also got past them. The new MacBooks was another typical Apple attempt to redefine today's laptops and how we use them but this time...
Good Impeccable build quality, clean and simplistic design, Absurdly thin and light for a 15-inch laptop, Great input devices (keyboard, touchpad, Touch Bar), Effective and silent cooling system, Nearly perfect display, No PWM across all brightness levels, Imp...
Bad No upgradability, Quite pricey, The Touch Bar feels gimmicky at times (in terms of integration, not usability), No conventional connectors like standard USB, HDMI, SD card reader, etc...
Bottom line With a price tag like this and since this is an Apple notebook, our expectations are high and we are happy to say that in most aspects, the new MacBook Pro 15 delivers. There are some things that need to be considered but there are no fundamental flaws in...
0%
custompcreview.com
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2017-07-24 01:57:09
The new Apple MacBook Pro (Touchbar, 2016) is quite the mixed bag. On one hand the thinner and lighter design, the beautiful Retina display, and the cool new TouchBar makes it one of the best MacBook Pros ever, but on the other hand, lackluster hardware...
Bottom line Looking at some of the results here, I was pleasantly surprised by the MacBook Pro. Considering a 3×3 MIMO antenna setup on 802.11ac has a maximum theoretical speed of up to 1.3Gbps, being able to reach a near 900Mbps is very impressive, even if this is o...
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notebookcheck.net
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2017-07-24 01:57:09
The perfect balance? We also review the mainstream configuration of the new MacBook Pro 15. The test model is faster than the entry-level spec thanks to the Core i7-6820HQ and the AMD Radeon Pro 455, but is it worth the additional price...
Good excellent chassis, very good display, huge Trackpad with great precision, good and quiet cooling, high WLAN transfer rates, good speakers...
Bad neither USB-A nor HDMI-out, defective speakers due to Boot Camp, 2.4 GHz WLAN issue with attached USB-C device, fans are (slightly) audible while idling, very expensive – especially the upgrades...
Bottom line The review of the third Apple MacBook Pro 15 configuration actually revealed some surprising results. However, we do not speak about the two faster core components. The processor in our mainstream configuration for $2799 is 100 MHz faster than the base mo...
88%
notebookcheck.net
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2017-07-24 01:57:09
Top spec. We already reviewed the entry-level of the new Apple MacBook Pro 15. Our test sample today is the high-end SKU, and the graphics card AMD Radeon Pro 460 is particularly interesting...
Good excellent chassis, very good display, huge Trackpad with great precision, quiet and good cooling, high WLAN transfer rates, good speakers...
Bad neither USB-A nor HDMI-Port, power adapter limits under extreme workloads, 2.4 GHz WLAN issue with attached USB-C device, fans are (slightly) audible while idling, very expensive...
Bottom line This review update was primarily focused on the performance of the faster components as well as their effects on the emissions and the battery runtime. The dedicated graphics card AMD Radeon Pro 460 left the best impression, because it is about 40 % faste...
89%
macworld.com
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2017-07-24 01:57:10
Read professional reviews of Apple's new MacBook Pro lineup, and you'll come away thinking the new laptops have great battery life. Dive into a customer forum, though, and the upshot will be exactly the opposite: The new MacBook Pros have “piss poor” bat...
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t3me.com
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2017-07-24 01:57:10
Apple's MacBook Pro line finally got an upgrade earlier this year and offered a bunch of new features that got users either excited or raised their eyebrows. The Touch Bar is the defining highlight of the new MacBook Pro. It's basically a small touchscree...
Good Excellent topnotch design, Brilliant screen, Superfast performance...
Bad Touch Bar isn't maximized yet with current apps, Battery life is subpar, Removal of other ports, Expensive...
Bottom line The Apple MacBook Pro with Touch Bar still wows in performance, but at its current state the cons outweigh the pros – to which we can only give a limited recommendation...
80%
computershopper.com
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2017-07-24 01:57:10
It's an understatement that the market for premium big-screen laptops—that is, computers that aren't 2-in-1s, or for gaming—could use some attention. And some innovation.Windows-device makers have been busy doing impressive things elsewhere, with smaller...
Good Superb screen, Thinner and lighter than previous MacBook Pro models, Excellent touch pad is now enormous...
Bad Pricey, given the components, Unpredictable battery life...
Bottom line Apple's new big-screen Pro impresses with its snazzy Touch Bar and slimmer, super-solid design. It's a good balance of performance and portability. Just know: You'll need dongles, and the keyboard is an acquired taste. Read More...
80%
notebookreview.com
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2017-07-24 01:57:10
The new Apple MacBook Pro adds the all new Touch Bar with Touch ID while also giving us an overall thinner and lighter design than the previous MacBook Pro. Unfortunately, the latest MacBook Pro suffers from comparatively weak battery life, poor keyboard...
Good Beautiful Retina screen, Large touchpad and Touch ID are convenient, Thinner and lighter, Good builtin speakers, Reasonably speedy performance for normal tasks...
Bad Poor battery life, Touch Bar gets in the way (Function keys are better), Limited ports (USB TypeC only), No builtin SD card reader...
63%
videomaker.com
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2017-07-24 01:57:10
Every year or so, Apple releases a new product and the world drools. A coveted brand, with a coveted price and a history of prestige, Apple has tradition of repeatedly releasing category-changing new features with new ideas. Apple has a lot to live up to...
Good Touch Bar, Lightweight, Impressive Performance...
Bad High Price, Limited Connectivity...
Bottom line The new 2016 Macbook Pro with Touch Bar offers 23% faster rendering in FCPX 10.3 than the last MacBook Pro and brings useful Touch Bar functions to Apple applications. While the expense and limited connectivity may be a deterrent for some, the value is co...
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9to5mac.com
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2017-07-24 01:57:10
The new MacBook Pro with Touch Bar has been out for a few weeks so you've probably seen the early reviews and know all the initial takes. The USB ports changed, the Touch Bar may be gimmicky, and some pros are feeling left out.My own machine ( base 15-inc...
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cultofmac.com
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2017-07-24 01:57:10
It's been four long years since Apple's last big update to the MacBook Pro lineup. But Apple finally answered our prayers and delivered us the brand new MacBook Pro we've been waiting for — or did it? Let's start off with the design.eval(e...
Bottom line It's been four long years since Apple's last big update to the MacBook Pro lineup. But Apple finally answered our prayers and delivered us the brand new MacBook Pro we've been waiting for — or did it?It's a beautiful machine with an intriguing new interfa...
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technobuffalo.com
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2017-07-24 01:57:10
I ran into my first issue almost immediately. After switching over to the new 15-inch MacBook Pro, I wanted to see how well the Touch Bar worked with Apple's built-in Photos app. But I was quickly reminded the company ditched the SD card slot, and I hadn'...
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notebookcheck.net
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2017-07-24 01:57:10
Live Review // Better by a Touch? Apple slims down the MacBook Pro 15 quite radically and reduces the weight to around 1.8 kg with a thickness of just 16 millimeters. The professional notebook, which even gained customers from the 17-inch Pro in the past...
Good excellent chassis, very good display, huge trackpad with great precision, quiet and good cooling, high WLAN transfer rates, good speakers...
Bad neither USB-A nor HDMI-out, defective speakers due to BootCamp, 2.4 GHz WLAN issue with attached USB-C device, fans are (slightly) audible while idling, very expensive – especially the upgrades...
Bottom line Apple MacBook Pro 15 Late 2016 2.6 GHzThe new Apple MacBook Pro 15 builds on the advantages of the predecessor and is one of the best devices you can buy right now in some respects. This definitely includes the excellent chassis, where the diet did not af...
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pcmag.com
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2017-07-24 01:57:10
The 15-inch MacBook Pro (starts at $2,399; $2,799 as tested) is the closest you can get to toting the power of an Apple desktop like the iMac around the office or in your carry-on luggage. The 2016 redesign is slimmer and lighter, with the formidable comp...
Good Innovative Touch Bar, Slim and sturdy chassis, Four USB-C/Thunderbolt 3 ports, Bright display with wide (DCI-P3) color gamut, Long battery life, Touch ID security...
Bad Pricey, No USB 3,0 ports, Requires adapters for legacy peripherals, Shallow key travel, Competitors have 4K screens, Glossy display, Not upgradable...
Bottom line The top-of-the-line 15-inch MacBook Pro is now slimmer and more capable, and comes equipped with Apple's new Touch Bar. It's a laptop with the speed, storage, and size that traveling power users crave. Just get ready to buy some dongles...
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engadget.com
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2017-07-24 01:57:10
The last time Engadget reviewed a brand-new MacBook Pro design was in June of 2012 . It weighed 4.46 pounds (a heavyweight by today's standards) and it ushered in some newfangled thing called the Retina display. Though Apple has occasionally refreshed the...
Good Attractive and well-built, Thinner and lighter, Retina screen is brighter and more colorful than ever, Impressive audio quality, Fast performance, especially the disk speeds, Touch ID is a useful addition, Spacious trackpad...
Bad Expensive with the Touch Bar, Easy to accidentally hit the Touch Bar instead of the Delete key, No memory card slot, The only ports are USB-C ports, Rated battery life is shorter this year, No more MagSafe...
Bottom line The entry-level 13-inch MacBook Pro has the typical Function row instead of the new Touch Bar, but depending on your preferences, that could be a good thing. The lower price also means you get half as many ports as the higher-end models -- just two US...
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appleinsider.com
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2017-07-24 01:57:10
Apple's new Late 2016 15-inch MacBook Pro is the lightest and thinnest MacBook Pro ever, but unlike the company's earlier ultralight MacBook Air, it packs a fast, quad-core Intel CPU and a dedicated AMD Radeon Pro GPU along with 16GB of high speed RAM and...
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Laptopmag.com
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2017-07-24 01:57:10
The 2016 MacBook Pro ($2,799 as reviewed, $2399 to start) isn't just a slimmer, more attractive and speedier refresh of Apple's laptop: it also changes the way you use the Mac. Thanks to the innovative new Touch Bar, you can do things like scroll through...
Good Sleek, travel-friendly design, Fast overall performance, Gorgeous Retina display, Snappy, comfortable keyboard, Great battery life...
Bad Frustrating port selection, Runs a bit warm, No major changes from previous models...
Bottom line The MacBook Pro with Touch Bar offers a slew of neat touch controls, a beautifully slim design and the most blazing performance you can find on a Mac...
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macworld.com
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2017-07-24 01:57:10
With its innovative, contextual, customizable controls, the Touch Bar makes the new MacBook Pros worth buying...
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slashgear.com
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2017-07-24 01:57:10
Anticipation is a dangerous thing, and expectations around the long-awaited redesign of the Apple MacBook Pro for late 2016 were almost preternaturally high. Beloved workhorse of graphic designers, video editors, coders, and others wedded to the macOS eco...
Good DCI-P3 compatible Retina Display looks fantastic, Graphics performance improved, Touch Bar shows promise, Thunderbolt 3 is fast and flexible, Touch ID is convenient...
Bad Expensive, Intel's 7th-gen processors aren't available, Dearth of legacy ports means dongles are a must, Touch Bar isn't a must-have yet...
Bottom line Has Apple forgotten the professionals which are arguably its most vocal advocates? I don't think that's true, though I do suspect that group now finds itself at the fringe of MacBook Pro users. Such is the side-effect of a user group in general expanding...
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theverge.com
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2017-07-24 01:57:10
A little over a decade ago, a Russian design studio unveiled a concept keyboard that, as much as any gadget ever can, rocked the tech blogging world. It was called the Optimus , and it was the most interesting keyboard you'd ever seen: a standard QWERTY d...
Good Impressively reduced size, Ridiculously large trackpad, Touch ID makes security convenient...
Bad Touch Bar needs time to grow, Still struggles with large 4K files, #donglelife...
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imore.com
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2017-07-24 01:57:10
A week with Apple's new MacBook Pro.For the last week hours, give or take, I've been working on the new 13-inch MacBook Pro 2016. No, not the one with the fancy Touch Bar instead of function keys — that'll come soon enough — but the superlegere version th...
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mobiletechreview.com
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2017-07-24 01:57:10
Geekbench 4 ComparisonApple had a clear advantage over the Windows competition in years past, with battery life that was truly impressive. Their claimed battery life was accurate, while most Windows laptop makers' claims were seriously overly optimistic...
Good Even thinner and lighter, very attractive and well made. Fantastic display, excellent OS...
Bad Low travel keyboard, oddly huge trackpad, not much of a performance improvement over older models...
Bottom line As a Mac user since the mid-80's, and a previous generation 15" Retina MacBook Pro owner, this isn't the long-awaited Pro refresh I was hoping for. When Apple released the 2012 version, it had (at the time) impressive NVIDIA graphics, an amazingly thin an...
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barefeats.com
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2017-07-24 01:57:10
What are the most significant performance enhancements to the 2016 MacBook Pro introduced on October 27th? And how does it compare to a comp...
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pcworld.com_techhive.com
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2017-07-24 01:57:10
It's thinner, lighter, and smaller all around, but the new MacBook Pro makes a big impression. The trackpad on the 15-inch version is downright ridiculous—twice as large as the trackpad on the previous generation—but I didn't look down and say, “Holy cow...
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cultofmac.com
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2017-11-04 03:19:27
The 2016 MacBook Pro with Touch Bar has met a lot of criticism. But all anyone really wants to know is, is it time to upgrade?Cult of MacYou can see the MacBook Pro showdown in our video below. Or read on for a summary of how the two Apple laptops compare...
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phoronix.com
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2017-11-14 01:57:00
At the end of last year we had a brief encounter with the new at the time MacBook Pro with Touchbar to see how well it would run under Linux. It was a mess with SSD difficulties, non-working touchpad/keyboard, WiFi issues, and more. It's a bit better usi...
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postperspective.com
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2018-04-03 05:19:06
What do you need to know about the latest pro laptop from Apple? Well, the MacBook Pro is fast and light; the new Touch Bar is handy and sharp but not fully realized; the updated keys on the keyboard are surprisingly great; and working with ProRes QuickTi...
Bottom line In the end, the new MacBook Pro is awesome. If you own a recent release of the MacBook Pro and don't have $3,500 to spare, I don't know if this is the update you will be looking for. If you are trying to find your way around going to a Windows-based PC be...
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topnewreview.com
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2018-04-06 09:18:59
When it comes to choosing the right MacBook Pro model, it's not just size that usually differentiates the 15-inch models from the 13-inch models. If what you need is high performance, the bigger Pro is where you get it. This is the top-end 15-inch model...
Bottom line Good performance, Touch Bar is great for some apps, yet the model's components are all nearly as fast.8 Total ScoreApple MacBook Pro (2016) ReviewIt's thin, light and very fast, but also so expensive that it's in danger of pricing out even the professiona...
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macworld.com
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2018-08-06 17:50:00
Apple gave its new MacBook Pro a thinner, sleeker case, which demanded a new, lower-travel keyboard, a new venting system, and even a smaller battery. But while I appreciate a Mac that's smaller and lighter, I'd rather have a Mac that's easier or just mor...
Bottom line These new MacBook Pros have a lot going for them. Their biggest weakness, across the whole Touch Bar line, is price. The 13-inch model I tested is $1799 without any upgrades, and the 15-inch is $2399. Going to 512GB of storage is $200 extra, and 1TB i...
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pcworld.com_techhive.com
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2019-12-08 13:57:57
Now that Apple's introduced the first major update to its MacBook Pro lineup in years, it's time to square off the best of the best in Mac and PC laptops to see who currently prevails in this age-old rivalry.It's benchmarks at dawn between the new MacBook...
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