The oft-criticized butterfly keyboard design is now a part of Apples past. With today's newly updated MacBook Pro, which also improves performance and increases storage, Apple has removed the oft-criticized butterfly keyboard from its lineup once and for all.
The new 13-inch MacBook Pro ships equipped with Intels 10th generation processors, with Core i5 options at 1.4GHz and 2.0GHz, and with Core i7 options at 1.7GHz and 2.3GHz—all quad-core. The new Intel chipsets come equipped with upgraded Iris graphics, which Apple claims could offer as much as 80-percent faster performance than their predecessors.
Some of the laptops various configurations also come with faster memory—3733MHz. Buyers can pick 8GB, 16GB, or 32GB options at purchase.
Apple has also doubled the storage options without raising the price—something it has done across many of its products lately. The entry-level storage configuration for the 13-inch MacBook Pro is now 256GB, with options up to 1TB.
Beyond those changes (and the replacement of the butterfly keyboard with the scissor-switch Magic KeyboRead More – Source