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Apple Macbook Pro 13-inch prices in Philippines

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. Reard more.

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The MacBook Pro 13-inch just got clearer. It 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

hubofgadgets.com
Reviewed on 2013-08-27
Excellent Battery life, Multi Gesture touch pad, Superb Processor Speed, Thunderbolt Port and iCloudHeavy on Wallet, Warming up on prolonged continuous use, 5400 RPM HDD
Another power packed performer from Apple, this laptop is about as good as it gets. High deliverance Core i5 processor and enhanced graphics capability owing to the latest Intel Graphics Chipset make for a good buy and excellent for gaming and HD video wa...
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macworld.com.au
Reviewed on 2012-10-26
When Apple released the , it was only a matter of time before the Retina display made its way to other Apple laptops. That time is now, and with the , a compelling argument can be made that Apple’s newest laptop is an ideal combination of performance, ...
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bit.com.au
Reviewed on 2012-10-08
There's no Retina display in the updated Macbook Pro 13in, but this little laptop retains its pint-sized appeal. Design At 2.06kg, it's relatively light, and the build quality is superb; the taut metal chassis makes most laptops feel cheap by compari...
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artiss.co.uk
Reviewed on 2012-10-04
A few months ago Apple released updated versions of its MacBook Pro range. The 17″ model was scrapped and the remaining models received USB 3, faster memory and new, quicker Ivy Bridge processors with improved GPUs. They also introduced a retina version (...
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notebookcheck.net
Reviewed on 2012-08-08
excellent build quality, good display, large trackpad with comprehensive gesture support, long battery life, compact dimensions, comparatively high performancelow display resolution, slow hard drive, SSD at a premium, battery not user exchangeable, fan is loud under load
The outside of the new MacBook Pro entry-level notebook looks almost identical to the predecessor (we are talking about the version "Early 2011", since we had no chance to test the "Late 2011"-model). The chassis is still a slim unibody structure made fro...
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engadget.com
Reviewed on 2012-07-30
Lovely design, Comfortable keyboard and trackpad, Good daytoday performanceNo discrete graphics, Relatively lowres display
When the MacBook Pro with Retina display is in the game, Apple's "regular" Pros may seem a bit like also-rans. After all, why would you choose them when you could get a brilliant 15-inch 2,880 x 1,800 IPS panel and a Core i7 Ivy Bridge processor? Well, pr...
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anandtech.com
Reviewed on 2012-07-18
With most of the attention from Apple's hardware refresh event centered around iOS 6 and the new Retina MacBook Pro, the updated 2012 edition of the regular MacBook Pro has flown a little bit under the radar. Basically, it’s just an Ivy Bridge-infuse...
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examiner.com
Reviewed on 2012-07-13
That doesn't necessarily mean it is a good option. In fact, the Macbook was once considered a bit of an outcast when compared to the Macbook Pro. Apple has made many improvements to the Macbook to address user concerns and now has given the Macbook the sa...
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theregister.co.uk
Reviewed on 2012-07-12
Shock horror – Apple laptop in so-so review scandal. The latest MacBook Pro with Retina Display may be setting a new standard at the top of the range, however, this modest update for the standard 13in MacBook Pro looks rather like it’s resting on its l...
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techradar.com
Reviewed on 2012-07-10
New processors, Better integrated graphics, Unibody build, USB 3.0, Excellent screenNo discrete graphics, Limited upgrade options, Only a small speed bump, Slow hard drives, Cheaper model only Core i5
Apple upgraded its entire range of notebooks with the mid-2012 refresh. Although the 15-inch MacBook Pro with Retina display has grabbed most of the headlines, the entry-level 13-inch MacBook Pro shouldn't be overlooked. The two new 2012 13-inch MacBook P...
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techradar.com/au/
Reviewed on 2012-07-10
New processors, Better integrated graphics, Unibody build, USB 3.0, Excellent screenNo discrete graphics, Limited upgrade options, Only a small speed bump, Slow hard drives, Cheaper model only Core i5
Apple upgraded its entire range of notebooks with the mid-2012 refresh. Although the 15-inch MacBook Pro with Retina display has grabbed most of the headlines, the entry-level 13-inch MacBook Pro shouldn't be overlooked.The two new 2012 13-inch MacBook Pr...
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pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2012-07-03
Solid construction and classic design. New Intel Core i7 processor gives performance a boost. Thunderbolt and USB 3.0 offer speedy connectivity.No HDMI without an extra dongle. Boilerplate resolution
If you don't look closely—very closely—you might not realize that the Apple MacBook Pro 13-inch (Mid 2012) ($1,499 direct) is any different than the nearly identical models from spring and fall of 2011, like the Apple MacBook Pro 13-inch (Thunderbolt) ($1...
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macworld.co.uk
Reviewed on 2012-06-25
With all the exhilaration surrounding the debut of Apple's pioneering Retina MacBook Pros, it's easy to overlook that the company also upgraded the rest of its pro laptop lineup. In addition to the Retina MacBook Pro – the justifiable new standard against...
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macworld.com.au
Reviewed on 2012-06-21
Apple, Pros RAM and Hard Drives are upgradeable; fast processing with i7Cons Inferior speakers; worst battery life of the mid-2012 MacBook ProsRRP $1,689Apple, Pros Gloss, anti-glare display options; RAM and Hard Drives are upgradeable; fast processing...
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Processor

Processor frequency

2.5 GHz

Processor family

Intel Core i5

Processor boost frequency

3.1 GHz

Processor cores

2

Processor cache

3 MB

Processor cache type

L3

Memory

Internal memory

4 GB

Internal memory type

DDR3-SDRAM

Memory clock speed

1600 MHz

Maximum internal memory

8 GB

Maximum internal memory (64-bit)

8 GB

Optical drive

Optical drive type

DVD Super Multi DL

LightScribe
DVD-R read speed

8x

DVD-R write speed

8x

DVD+R read speed

8x

DVD+R write speed

8x

Display

Display diagonal

33.8 cm (13.3")

Display resolution

1280 x 800 pixels

Touchscreen
LED backlight
HD type

Not supported

3D
Display surface

Gloss

Aspect ratio

16:10

Display number of colours

16.78 million colours

Ports & interfaces

USB 3.0 (3.1 Gen 1) Type-A ports quantity

2

DVI port
Ethernet LAN (RJ-45) ports

1

Firewire (IEEE 1394) ports

1

Thunderbolt ports quantity

1

Headphone outputs

1

Microphone in
S/PDIF out port
Combo headphone/mic port
DC-in jack
TV out port
Micro HDMI ports quantity

1

Weight & dimensions

Weight

2.06 kg

Width

32.5 cm

Depth

22.7 cm

Height

2.41 cm

Keyboard

Pointing device

Touchpad

Numeric keypad
Full-size keyboard

Networking

Bluetooth
3G
4G
Wi-Fi
Wi-Fi standards

802.11a, 802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11n

Ethernet LAN
Ethernet LAN data rates

10,100,1000 Mbit/s

Bluetooth version

4.0

Storage

Total storage capacity

256 GB

Storage media

SSD

Hard drive interface

SATA

Number of SSDs installed

1

Solid-state drive capacity

256 GB

Card reader integrated
Compatible memory cards

SDXC

Software

Operating system installed

Mac OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion

Drivers included

Camera

Front camera

Battery

Battery technology

Lithium Polymer (LiPo)

Battery life (max)

7 h

Battery capacity (Watt hours)

63.5 Wh

Design

Product type

Notebook

Colour of product

Silver

Form factor

Clamshell

Graphics

On-board graphics adapter model

Intel HD Graphics 4000

Discrete graphics adapter model