Apple’s new MacBook Pro takes the classic aluminum design and slims it down even more for late-2016. Intel’s sixth-generation Core i7 processor is inside the 15-inch, all with AMD Radeon Pro graphics and up to 2TB of SSD storage.
In the 13-inch MacBook Pro, meanwhile, there’s a choice of Core i5 or Core i7 processors. Both models have four Thunderbolt 3 ports, using the newest USB Type-C connector. That’s also backward compatible with USB.
Most striking, of course, is the Touch Bar, a touch-sensitive strip that runs atop the keyboard and replaces the function key row. That shows contextually-relevant controls for each app and feature. At the end, there’s a Touch ID button covered in sapphire glass.