Intel has followed up its recent launch of two of its new Skylake processors by introducing the full lineup as part of its IFA presentation in Berlin. The announcement, which focuses entirely on the company's latest range of processors codenamed "Skylake", outlines the company's intention to target all categories of machines, ranging from high-powered custom-built gaming machines, to standard desktop, laptop, tablet/convertible computers, and even modern powerful smartphones.
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.
It is for quite sometime now that Apple fans have been waiting for refreshed line of MacBook Pro’s with the new Intel Core i5/i7 chips. The current-gen of MacBook Pro and MacBook Air are due for an update, and numerous hints and rumors over the past few months have put many Apple fans on waiting anxiously for the updated models to appear in the market. The wait still continues without any major hint or even an indication as to when or if these new models are going to arrive.
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 thinnest notebook in Apple’s MacBook line is Air which hasn't seen an upgrade since last June. This however may change soon but not before the similar upgrades for MacBook and MacBook Pro. A French site named HardMac speculates that due to non-availability of the new low-draw Intel Core i5 chips, MacBook Air with Core i5 may not ship at the same time as MacBook Pros.