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The MacBook Pro has been redesigned inside and out, and in many ways, it’s an homage to older Macs both with its look and its feature set. The MacBook Pro continues to use the same aluminum unibody design (and come in silver or space gray), but the overall shape of the machine is flatter and less curved at the bottom.
There are no radical changes here, and these machines are immediately recognizable as MacBook Pros. There are four feet on the bottom to add a small amount of lift, and the corners have a more curved look than before.
Available in 14 and 16-inch sizes, the MacBook Pro features slim bezels at the top and the sides, a notch at the top for the camera, an overhauled keyboard that’s all black, a large trackpad, and additional ports at the left and right sides. There continues to be a large Force Touch trackpad, and there are two speaker grilles at the sides of the keyboard.
Compared to their prior-generation Intel counterparts, the new MacBook Pro models are heavier, and the 16-inch model is thicker. The 14-inch model measures in at 12.31 inches long, 8.71 inches wide, and 0.61 inches thick, and it weighs in at 3.5 pounds. It’s larger than the prior model in every dimension, but it is just about the same thickness.
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