Just when you thought 15-inch MacBook Pros were history, Apple brought the discontinued model back to life, packing it with a Retina display, a flash storage that’s 2.5 times faster than the previous generation and comes with the same Force Touch trackpad found on the MacBook Pro and MacBook today.
Already surfaced on Apple Store here, the new 15-inch MacBook Pro comes in two configurations – S$2,688 for the 2.2GHz with 256GB flash storage and $3,288 for the 2.5GHz with 512GB flash storage. The new 15-inchers also provide an additional hour of battery life compared to its predecessor, boosting usage up to 9 hours.
Late last year, Apple debut the iMac that comes with an incredible 5K resolution (5120 x 2880 pixels) that came with a big pricetag as well. Today they introduced the new entry-level iMac with the same 5K display priced at S$2,488. The mid and high level iMac with 5K display models get a price reduction to S$2,788 and S$3,288 respectively.
All three models are in stock and ready to ship when you purchase from Apple Store.
Lastly and a rather surprisingly one, Apple resurrected the iPhone dock. Similar to the 30-pin one that many didn’t find too useful so many years back, the iPhone Lightning Dock is somewhat similar and at the back you will find a connector for the USB cable and a 3.5mm port for audio out.
We highly doubt this will sell like hotcakes but if for some reason you require one, it comes at a pricey S$58 each.