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Apple MacBook Pro 13-inch Retina prices in Philippines

The Apple MacBook Pro 13-inch is at the forefront of being the everyday computer for everyone out there, but packed full of Apple's very own innovation and clean minimalistic designs. Read more below!

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Apple MacBook Pro 13-inch Retina Price by Country

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Indonesia IDR 14,945,000
Malaysia MYR 4,899
Singapore SGD 1,938

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Apple MacBook Pro 13-inch with Retina Display Philippines

The MacBook Pro 13-inch just got clearer

The 13-inch MacBook Pro is one of the most common MacBook model variations around. There are several reasons for that: It is the more affordable model, it is compact and more portable compared to the larger 15-inch display model, and it is incredibly powerful to boot. As with all Apple products, it is a laptop that is revolutionary in all aspects, delivering great performance in a superior unibody all-metal design.

The MacBook Pro 13-inch with Retina Display also comes with a powerful set of specifications that take the form of fifth-generation Intel Core processors and integrated Intel Iris Graphics 6100. It is a capable machine, and with the addition of Apple's very own Mac OS X that is perfectly optimized for the hardware, it is one heck of a MacBook.

View with Apple's Retina Display

Apple is the one who first coined the term Retina Display. It is actually a marketing term that is developed by Apple to describe the resolution and pixel density that it uses. Apple calls it Retina Display because the display has a large enough amount of pixels per inch (PPI) that a person is unable to tell them apart from a normal viewing distance. The PPI required for a display to be called Retina Display is roughly about 300 or more pixels.

The gorgeous Retina Display first made its way to Apple's iPhones, but now at long last it makes its way to the MacBook Pro line of laptops. On the MacBook Pro 13-inch you will notice the beautiful display that outputs a spectacular 2560 x 1600 resolution that delivers crystal clear clarity and crispness unlike any other. Everything appears so sharply that it looks like you are reading everything on a printed page.

A brand new trackpad, imbued with Force Touch

An awesome display comes with a brand new trackpad with the MacBook Pro 13-inch with Retina Display. Apple's trackpads are always intuitive, and now with the addition of Force Touch and support of multi-touch in OS X, it goes to a whole other level of innovation. Multi-touch in the Mac OS X lets you perform very realistic gestures as you would on a touchscreen, such as swiping or pinching to navigate between different applications and on-screen windows.

Force Touch, on the other hand, adds pressure sensitive sensors and haptic feedback motors to the trackpad that can detect any pressure that you apply. It gives you another method of interacting with your MacBook Pro that is intuitive and natural.

Expert Reviews

T3.com
Reviewed on 2016-10-05
Retina display, Doyble RAM, Processor speed bumpNot huge update, Battery life, MacBook Air instead?
Update: We're expecting new MacBook Pros any time now .When Apple first launched the first MacBook Pro with Retina display it was clearly Apple at its best, taking something that the public imagined to be impossible and then making it not only possible, b...
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techradar.com/au/
Reviewed on 2016-09-06
Retina Display, Faster processor, Superb battery lifeForce Touch underdeveloped, Unchanged design, Base storage feels small
The New MacBook has grabbed most of the headlines in recent weeks, but Apple has refreshed some of its MacBook Pros and MacBook Airs too — except for one.While the 15-inch MacBook Pro is waiting for Intel's newest Core i7 processors, the 13-inch Retina...
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goodgearguide.com.au
Reviewed on 2016-05-09
The fans have spoken. It wasn't enough last year for me to compare Microsoft's Surface Book to Apple's MacBook Pro 13. Silly me, I figured a dual-core 13-inch laptop should go up against a dual-core 13-inch laptop. But nooooo, fans cried: For this to be a...
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itpro.co.uk
Reviewed on 2016-03-10
Outstanding battery life, highquality Retina display, attractive, lightweight designVery limited upgradeability, no performance improvement over Haswell models
The new super-slim Apple MacBook laptop may have grabbed all the headlines recently, but this latest update of the MacBook Pro may well have more appeal for business users. Last year's price cut hasn't been repeated, so the entry-level 13in MacBook Pro r...
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itpro.co.uk
Reviewed on 2016-02-11
Outstanding battery life, highquality Retina display, attractive, lightweight designVery limited upgradeability, no performance improvement over Haswell models
UPDATE 3: Going on four years since the 13-inch MacBook Pro got a comprehensive facelift, this Mac still packs a punch and the addition of a Force Touch Trackpad makes it even more desirable. Whether we see another major revamp, only time will tell. UPDA...
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alphr.com
Reviewed on 2016-02-04
It's been nearly four years since Apple gave its 13-inch MacBook Pro a radical overhaul. And even though 2015 marked the debut of Apple's Force Touch trackpad, most people wouldn't have noticed the difference unless it was explicitly pointed out to them...
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crn.com.au
Reviewed on 2016-01-15
When Dell released the first XPS 13 early on in 2015, it fell agonisingly short of greatness. The design was there, the core hardware was fast enough, but a series of niggling little flaws prevented it from mounting a genuine challenge to the best ultrapo...
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alphr.com
Reviewed on 2015-12-21
When Dell released the first XPS 13 early on in 2015, it fell agonisingly short of greatness. The design was there, the core hardware was fast enough, but a series of niggling little flaws prevented it from mounting a genuine challenge to the best ultrapo...
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computershopper.com
Reviewed on 2015-12-07
Immaculate build quality, Firstclass keyboard and IPS display, Sensational battery lifeWindows rivals now offer lighter weight, higher resolution
Fast forward to late 2015, a span approaching forever in computer years. The 13-inch MacBook Pro with Retina Display seen here has been refreshed with a fifth-generation "Broadwell" Intel CPU and faster PCI Express flash storage. It's a trifle lighter (3...
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barefeats.com
Reviewed on 2015-07-17
Apple Retina Laptop ShootoutPosted July 17, 2015, by rob-ART morgan, mad scientistI admit it. I have become a "Retina Snob." When planning this article, I could not bring myself to include the MacBook Air. With three models of Retina Apple laptops to choo...
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alphr.com
Reviewed on 2015-07-15
From low-cost Chromebooks to high-end hybrids, and the explosion of diverse, different-shaped Windows devices, there's a dizzying amount of choice out there for anyone looking to replace their laptop with something new. Fear not, though. We've reviewed th...
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goodhousekeeping.co.uk
Reviewed on 2015-07-01
Apple style with power, Light for its power, Great screen, Excellent backlit keyboard, Apple OS X environment simple compared with Windows, Unique 'magsafe' power adaptor that pops out safely if cable is snaggedTouchpad is very poor when using as 'click' buttons - feels rubbery and you have to press a long way, No touchscreen, For real power applications, you need the top end 15in version, No CD drive
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pcauthority.com.au
Reviewed on 2015-06-11
The new 13in MacBook Pro looks identical to last year's model, down to the last millimetre. But looks can be deceiving: this updated laptop quietly debuts Apple's brand-new Force Touch trackpad. It's a simple idea. Press gently and the pad responds wit...
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techworld.com
Reviewed on 2015-06-09
When Apple makes MacBooks, it tends to do so in threes. This provides a choice of products pre-configured with better specification as price increases. In marketing terms these may be described as ‘good' ‘better' and ‘best'. You could also view them as e...
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maclife.com
Reviewed on 2015-06-02
Force Touch trackpad is magic. Improved performance and battery life.Lowend 128GB version doesn't offer much storage. What Force clicks do isn't always clear
Apple has received a lot of criticism over the years for describing its products as “magical,” or some variant of it, and it probably is fair to say that we should be impressed by very smart technological advances for what they are — ingenious constructio...
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thunderbaylive.com
Reviewed on 2015-06-01
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macworld.com
Reviewed on 2015-05-26
From the outside, the new 13-inch MacBook Pro with Retina display looks like the MacBook Pro we've come to know from the recent past. The major changes to the laptop are only apparent once you start using the machine: increased speed, and a new Force Trac...
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macworld.co.uk
Reviewed on 2015-05-18
Even better storage performance in '256GB' flash drive modelCosts £200 more to gain the improved write speed and 129GB more storage space
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thunderbaylive.com
Reviewed on 2015-05-11
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hardwarezone.com.sg
Reviewed on 2015-05-01
In early March, Apple updated its MacBook Air and 13-inch MacBook Pro with Retina display notebooks with Intel's latest fifth generation “Broadwell” processors . Broadwell is the codename for Intel's 14-nm shrink of its Haswell architecture and is claimed...
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