Apple seems to be bringing something warm to the series MacBook Pro their popularity by bringing a much better processor power. Besides that, they will also present keyboard material that can be said to have quite a number of positive changes.
And that also applies to both MacBook Pro 15 and 13 series, moreover they haven't brought big changes since 2018, especially from computing power. On the other hand, the keyboard changes have also become the main screen since this feature has become a lot of spotlight and criticism from various circles.
According to The Verge, the biggest change came in the 15-inch model, where this model will get an Intel Core 9th Gen processor with a power of 8 cores and 16 threads. The presence of these powerful processors can certainly bring its own history for fans who not only want to have a great device, but also the presence of a much more powerful computing power.
As for the 13-inch model, the manufacturer seems to be presenting (or already present) with the power of the Intel Core i5 8Yr gene with clockspeed up to 4.1 Ghz. In addition, the manufacturer is also ready to provide a much tougher value for the main configuration options, where the CPU that will be present is an Intel Core i7 processor that can reach speeds of up to 4.7 GHz.
The only other big change is the lightly updated keyboard. Apple said that they are currently building part of the mechanism with new materials, which should reduce problems, the manufacturer said. Although the design is still the same third-generation keyboard used on the MacBook Pro 2018 and MacBook Air.
As for the rest of the specifications for the two MacBook Pro, it doesn't seem to have changed or can be said to be still the same: they will have the same GPU and integrated options, memory offerings, and designs. Importantly, Apple said that it did not significantly change how this laptop handles thermal, which has become number two after the MacBook keyboard as a matter of debate among users.
Unfortunately, this updated specification only applies to the Macbook Pro 15 and MacBook Pro 13 series which have the Touch Bar model. That means the 13-inch MacBook Pro without Touch Bar won't get a refresh in terms of specifications. This will make the Intel 7th Gen i7 chip even outdated and the second gen keyboard that has problems plus has been around since 2017 is still present for users.