The 2020 edition of the smaller MacBook Pro offers more storage and a beefier CPU, but the Magic Keyboard alone is worth the price.
Apple has enhanced its 13-inch MacBook Pro with a few select new features that make the machine more appealing for business users. Announced on Monday, the new 2020 MacBook Pro doubles the storage capacity for the same price, while the more expensive variants are powered with the latest 10th-generation Intel Core processor. However, the biggest improvement comes courtesy of the keyboard. Jettisoning the much-maligned butterfly keyboard, Apple has outfitted the unit with its scissor-based Magic Keyboard. Let’s check out the different options.
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Apple sells four editions of the 13-inch MacBook Pro ranging in price from $1,299 to $1,499 to $1,799 to $1,999. Of course, you can tweak each edition with different options for storage, memory, and CPU. Storage capacity has been doubled on each model, varying from 256GB to 1TB. You can bump that up to 2GB for all four and as much as 4TB for the two most expensive models.
The first two editions come with 8GB of memory, though you can increase that to