The MacBook Pro 2020 is now available to buy, with the latest refresh sporting a much-needed keyboard switch-up and the introduction of Intel’s 10th Generation processors.
The MacBook Pro 2020 packs everything we loved in 2019’s 16-inch MacBook Pro into a 13-inch ultrabook. Perhaps the most highly requested change came in Apple’s decision to finally ditch the butterfly keyboard. The infamous keyboard has now been upgraded with scissor switches, which should result in deeper, more satisfying key presses.
The new Intel 10th Generation processors are also here – but only if you’re happy to pay out for them. The models powered by Intel’s 10th Gen processors start at £1799, £500 more than those kitted with the somewhat outdated 8th Gen CPU. This is a little disappointing considering the number of Windows laptop that feature 10th Generation chips for hundreds of pounds less.
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