Apple has updated its Macbook Pro lineup today by doubling the storage of its entry-level Macbook Pros and of course, by updating the processors and some of the hardware inside on the other variants. Aside from that, there’s a brand new Magic Keyboard that fixes the problems that we encountered on the earlier Macbooks with butterfly switches.
Unfortunately, the entry-level Macbook Pros still uses the 8th generation Intel Core processors but the storage now starts at 256GB. But the higher variants with four thunderbolt ports, the Macbook Pro now comes with a brand new 10th generation Intel Core processors and also a bigger RAM that starts at 16GB. Not only that, but this one is also LPDDR4X with 3733MHz clock speed compared to the LPDDR3 2133MHz of the two thunderbolt port variants.
Here are the price and variants of the Macbook Pro 13 Mid 2020 in the Philippines: