11 comments

  • Account deleted almost 9 years ago

    15" Retina Starts with 16GB RAM? Very nice.

    1 point
    • Julian LloydJulian Lloyd, almost 9 years ago

      I have a non-retina late 2012 MBP… which I got specifically because it was cheaper, and allowed me to upgrade the RAM manually to 16GB (without having to buy the top-tier rMBP)

      I think it’s almost time to give this one to my Mom, and get an upgrade…

      0 points
    • Cesare Rocchi, almost 9 years ago

      Also ends with 16GB. I don't see any other option in the US store.

      2 points
  • Chris WinchChris Winch, almost 9 years ago (edited almost 9 years ago )

    My mate literally just bought an 15" rMBP a few days ago. Think apple will let him swap?

    1 point
  • Niels Mulder, almost 9 years ago

    Too bad they didn't introduced the retina MBA.

    1 point
  • Mattan IngramMattan Ingram, almost 9 years ago

    Anyone else think it's weird that only the top tier MBP has a discrete graphics card?

    That wasn't true in the past was it? The Intel integrated graphics can't be better than last year's discrete GPUs can they?

    0 points
  • Benjamin MouchBenjamin Mouch, almost 9 years ago

    Alright question to everyone, I have a MBP from 2009, that was very powerful for the time (I maxed out a lot of the internal components because I needed it to last a long time), but now it runs a little bit slow. The majority of the time I am working on a work computer anyway, but whenever I do freelance work (a couple jobs a month) it can be frustrating. Do I buy these MBPs or do I wait for 2015 when they releases the next line with Intel's Broadwell chips?

    0 points
    • Mattan IngramMattan Ingram, almost 9 years ago

      I might wait a bit since another odd thing about these MBPs is that only the top tier comes with a discrete graphics card, the rest are all integrated Intel graphics.

      I'm looking for benchmarks to see if it's actually an improvement, but an odd move in my opinion.

      2 points