Apple has unveiled another series of updates to its Macbook Pro lineup at an event in San Francisco on Tuesday.
The new Macbook Pro laptops will arrive running Apple's OS X Mavericks operating system, which the firm announced today will be free to existing Mac owners.
The updated 13in Macbook Pro, which retails for £1,099, is also thinner at 19mm and lighter than before at 1.62kg, and should offer faster WiFi thanks to the inclusion of 802.11ac support.
The refreshed 15in Macbook Pro model, weighing in at 2.02kg and measuring 18mm deep, sees improvements in the graphics department thanks to its new Crystal Iris Pro chip. There's also 8GB RAM, a 256GB SSD and, like its smaller sibling, WiFi 801.11ac support. This retails for £1,699, and starts shipping from today.
Both the 13in and 15in model will also come with Apple's iWork suite available for free, following in the footsteps of Apple's iOS lineup.
The firm also showed off its Mac Pro computing unit at today's event, first unveiled at its WWDC conference earlier this year.
The firm confirmed it would be made available for sale by December and will fetch £2,499 with a 3.7GHz quad-core Intel Xeon E5 processor, dual AMD FirePro D300 GPUs with 2GB of VRAM each, 12GB of memory, and 256GB of PCIe-based flash storage.
With a 3.5GHz 6-core Intel Xeon E5 processor, dual AMD FirePro D500 GPUs with 3GB of VRAM each, 16GB of memory and 256GB of PCIe-based flash storage, the price rises to £3,299.
Apple also announced that Macbook Pro users can now get its iWork suite for free too, following last month's revelation that it would be free on iOS devices.
The firm also showed off its Mac Pro computing unit, first unveiled at its WWDC conference earlier this year. The firm confirmed it would be made available for sale by December and cost £2,500.
Vice president of marketing Phil Schiller said this would prove ideal for creative industries such as music, photography and film making where users need powerful machines with top-end specifications.
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