Apple is finally making its new MacBook Pros available in North America, but that doesn’t mean you can expect them to be the next iPad or iPhone.
Apple’s biggest competitor, Microsoft, is also launching its new Surface Book on Tuesday.
Apple is not releasing a new MacBook at this point, but it does seem like it’s planning to do so, reports Recode.
It’s likely to be an entry-level model, or even a budget model that is not as expensive as a MacBook.
It will likely be priced around $2,000 or $2 and $2.99, which is quite a bit more than what you’d pay for a MacBook Pro today.
Microsoft’s Surface Book is the same design as Apple’s Macbook Pro, but the Surface Book will be $899 with a Core i5 processor and 8GB of RAM.
It also has a touch screen, a faster processor, a higher-resolution display, a detachable keyboard, a Thunderbolt 3 port, a fingerprint sensor, and a battery that lasts for up to seven days.
The Surface Book won’t be available in Canada until February, though, so expect the model to arrive at retailers in the US, Canada, and Mexico in the coming weeks.
Apple’s MacBook Pro has been around for years, and Microsoft is only releasing a handful of models with the same spec sheet.
It looks like Apple is getting its MacBook Pro, and we expect it to be very similar to the Surface Pro 3.
It’ll have the same 13.3-inch MacBook Pro with a 12-inch display, the same Intel Core i7 processor, and the same 8GB RAM.
The Macbook Pros are priced around the same as the Surface Pros, so you won’t need to shell out more money for a new laptop.
The MacBook Pro won’t include the same stylus and trackpad as the MacBook Pros, but we expect that it’ll be compatible with the Surface Pen.
Apple has been releasing new MacBooks since 2011, but they are all much cheaper than the MacBook Pro.
Microsoft has also been releasing MacBooks for years now, but Apple hasn’t made its first MacBook available in that time.
We’re expecting to see a new Apple MacBook Pro launch on Monday.