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(Ironically, you won't be able to connect Apple's own i Phone 7, with its Lightning Connector, to any of the new Mac Book Pros without an adapter.)The new 13-inch Mac Book Pros have Intel Core-i processors that are faster than the older 12-inch model's Intel Core-m series; they also support Thunderbolt 3 and come equipped with more USB-C ports.

But they're a full pound heavier and cost at least 0 more.

It was not the perfect laptop for everyone, or even most people.

I turned to it more and more often, especially for on-the-go computing in coffee shops around New York, eventually declaring it as my all-around favorite (as of March 2016, at least).But, it could still get bogged down with too many programs and windows open, and the battery life wasn't at the level where it could go days and days between charging sessions.Both this system, and other computers with the second generation of Core M processors (confusingly part of Intel's sixth generation of Core chips, also known by the codename Skylake), are closer to the mainstream levels of performance seen in laptops with more common Core i3 and Core i5 processors from Intel.Along with new Core m3 and m5 CPUs (the M series now follows the same 3/5/7 format as the Core i-series chips), the new Mac Book gets Intel's updated 515 integrated graphics, which won't make you a gamer, but may help with video application performance.It seems to inspire either fierce loyalty or intense derision, at least judging from comments on my review of the original version, and social media feedback on any follow-up stories since.

A new set of updates for 2016, including new processors for faster performance and better battery life, plus a new rose gold color option, may help throw off some of that shade, but not all.

It's becoming increasingly obvious that PC makers need to balance size, weight, performance and battery life, but can usually max out two out of those four at best.

This is still the thinnest Mac that Apple has ever made.

The previous generation had a total of 7: Two USB, two Thunderbolt 2 (in the form of Mini Display Port jacks), HDMI, SD, Mag Safe and headphone.

Besides a headphone jack, the new 15-inch model has four -- and they're all of the Thunderbolt/USB-C variety.

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A new set of updates for 2016, including new processors for faster performance and better battery life, plus a new rose gold color option, may help throw off some of that shade, but not all.It's becoming increasingly obvious that PC makers need to balance size, weight, performance and battery life, but can usually max out two out of those four at best.This is still the thinnest Mac that Apple has ever made.The previous generation had a total of 7: Two USB, two Thunderbolt 2 (in the form of Mini Display Port jacks), HDMI, SD, Mag Safe and headphone.Besides a headphone jack, the new 15-inch model has four -- and they're all of the Thunderbolt/USB-C variety.The new starts at $1,499, £1,449 and AU$2,199; and the new 15-inch model starts at $2,399, £2,349 and AU$3,599.

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A new set of updates for 2016, including new processors for faster performance and better battery life, plus a new rose gold color option, may help throw off some of that shade, but not all.

It's becoming increasingly obvious that PC makers need to balance size, weight, performance and battery life, but can usually max out two out of those four at best.

This is still the thinnest Mac that Apple has ever made.

The previous generation had a total of 7: Two USB, two Thunderbolt 2 (in the form of Mini Display Port jacks), HDMI, SD, Mag Safe and headphone.

Besides a headphone jack, the new 15-inch model has four -- and they're all of the Thunderbolt/USB-C variety.

The new starts at $1,499, £1,449 and AU$2,199; and the new 15-inch model starts at $2,399, £2,349 and AU$3,599.

,499, £1,449 and AU,199; and the new 15-inch model starts at ,399, £2,349 and AU,599.