Apple’s new MacBook Pros have a sleek design and an integrated battery, but the most important feature is the ability to access Apple’s cloud services without having to connect a Mac to your PC.
If you use a Mac on a PC, you’ll need a separate Mac to access the cloud services, but if you use your Mac on the same PC, all of your data is in one place.
And Apple says the CloudReady feature will be available on all new MacBook Pro models starting on January 1.
The company also says it will also offer a number of new MacBooks with a touch-screen screen, including a 14-inch model with a 10-inch display.
All of the new MacBook models have a base price of $1,299.99, which is a $300 increase over the base price for the previous MacBook Pro.
The new MacBook Air and MacBook Pro with Retina display models are also getting a refresh, starting at $1.791 and $1.,899, respectively.
But the price increases don’t include the addition of a touch screen, as Apple previously announced.
Apple says all of its new MacBook Models have “new Intel Core processors with Turbo Boost technology” that increase the processor’s performance by 30% over the previous model.
That means the MacBook Pro 14, 15, 15T, and 15L will all be able to handle “an increased workload with more powerful graphics,” Apple said in a blog post.