Macbook 2015 – Performace review

Handling task: With tasks like Photoshop, Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro, Macbook can handle them pretty easily. It’s low power Intel M processor is expected to be very premature. The new Macbook handle tasks so well that you can think about replacing it with your previous machine.

For those who primarily use their devices for watching video, browsing the web, using the new Photos app for organizing their picture library and other lighter tasks, performance absolutely exceeds the mark.

Battery life: New Macbook offers 9 hours of continuous WiFi web browsing and 10 hours of movies watching. Battery life is not actually a problem with Macbook, but still new Macbook battery life time is pretty much.

Display: The new MacBook has a Retina display, meaning Apple’s high-res tech has finally come to a device as thin and light as (and in fact thinner and lighter than) the MacBook Air. It’s hard to understate how awesome this is, but if you’ve been forced to switch back and forth at all between a Retina MacBook Pro and a MacBook Air, you’ll already know.


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