Folks over at Engadget have got hold of the newly released 15’’ MacBook Pro which is powered by Intel Core i7 processor. Surprisingly enough, these new MacBook Pro’s includes new trackpads which enables inertial scrolling like the one found in iPhone OS.
Apple has finally unveiled the new MacBook Pro family which is powered by Intel Core i5 and Intel Core i7 processor. However the Core i5 and Core i7 option is only available for 15.4 and 17-inch models. The more popular 13-incher disappointingly stays on Core 2 Duo.
We informed you all yesterday about a Core i7 MacBook Pro, which was recently spotted in a Geekbench benchmark report. And now it seems like Apple may be set to launch one of these as early as Tomorrow. According to a French site named Nowhere Else, Apple will refresh its MacBook Pro lineup tomorrow just in time for the start of Macworld Expo.
The current generation of MacBook Pro’s are powered by Intel Core 2 Duo processors. At CES 2010 last month, Intel officially unveiled Core i5 and Core i7 processors for the first time for portable computers. Apple’s MacBook Pro line is due for an upgrade this year and it would only be wise for Apple to ship these with Core i5/i7 processors as they are now the flagship chipsets of Intel.