There has been significant buzz since the latest MacBook Pro was released in the fall of 2012.
There are several factors that Apple users cite to justify the cost of purchasing a MacBook Pro, according to our laptop repair manager, Eric Kautzi. While aesthetics and design are certainly appealing, the level of performance that a user gets in a light and compact unit is a primary draw. The current MacBook Pro line features a series of state of the art processors ranging from 2.3 to 2.9GHz with optional boosts of up to 3.6GHz.
The LED displays are the crispest in the industry, especially the on the models with the new Retina display high-resolution screen. As usual, the built-in components that Apple pioneered, such as the iSight camera, MagSafe AC connection and on-board SSD hard drive contribute to its light form factor and smooth integration with Mac OS, the most user-friendly OS on the market. While its custom features make the machine more difficult to upgrade, it is still possible to perform modifications and repairs.
While there are plenty of features worth noting, even the best computer or device can have glitches. If anything should happen to your device, iResQ’s MacBook repair services can help.