So Apple have done it, they have brought out the new MacBook Pro 16", which will be replacing the MacBook Pro 15". And here is what you need to know.


So orders can be made today, but they aren't expecting delivery till around 28/11/19 - 2/12/19. Pricing starts from £2,399 and can go up to nearly £6000 with upgrading the MacBook to the highest spec Apple will offer. 


So finally Apple have changed their keyboard. It was a well-needed change that had to be done. The "new" keyboard is what they are calling the "Magic Keyboard" which features a refined scissor mechanism with 1mm travel and has the inverted "T" arrow keys. We wouldn't call this a new keyboard as it is just like what the MacBook Pro retinas had, but Apple says it is more refined, being more responsive, comfortable and quieter. 


Apple are now offering a 8-core 9th-generation Core i9 processor, which with the optional extra for £180, you can have it running at 2.4GHz and be Turbo Boost up to 5.0GHz, so Apple have not been shy with there processing power.


The new MacBook now offers customers to have up to 64GB of on board DDR4 RAM, a 8GB Radeon Pro 5500M Graphics chip and if you are ever worried about space on your MacBook, Apple now let you upgrade your hard drive to an outstanding 8TB.


Apple has been abled to increase airflow by 28% and they have increased the heat sink size by 35%. So they have architect a more advanced thermal design, which allows for faster processing. They say the MacBook pro should deliver up to 12 watts more maximum sustained power.


They are using Thunderbolt 3 ports and the new MacBook Pro 16" comes with 4 ports. So you will still needed adapters if your need HDMI port or USB ports.


If you are interested in purchasing the new MacBook Pro 16". Then be sure to configure your MacBook to what you will need for the present and for the future. As you cannot upgrade your hard drive, RAM or Processor without changing the complete logic board, which would be a pretty penny.


This is a shot burst of what the new MacBook Pro has to offer. If you would like to find out more refined specs and what improvements Apple have made, visit the Apple website.