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Moving it from "medium" the default to "light" also helped soften the learning curve. If you already own a recent MacBook Pro, or have even futzed around an Apple Store, then you know what to expect here. In real-world use, this translates to snappy performance, affecting everything from app load times to cold boot-ups I recorded 13 seconds to get to the login screen. Oh, and the aluminum lid and chassis are still scratch-prone. That's still higher than just about any other inch laptop I've tested recently; I just couldn't reach those theoretical speeds of one and a half gigabytes per second. You can also use it in Finder to preview files. The new MBP, like so many before it, is constructed from a seamless block of machined aluminum, with springy, well-spaced keys and a crisp 2, x 1, display, framed by a thin, barely there bezel. Apple says the new inch Retina display MacBook Pro is capable of up to 10 hours of web browsing, or up to 12 hours of iTunes video playback. Big whoop. I'm not convinced they do. That review will need to wait until next month. Indeed, in the Blackmagic disk test I got average read speeds of 1. Armed with a 2. Around the edges, you get the same selection of ports: two USB 3. In fact, I was usually able to add effects in real time without causing any hiccups or slowdowns. You can annotate in Mail and Preview. In gaming, meanwhile, I saw a slight bump in Batman: Arkham City the same game I used to test the late model , with frame rates rising from 32 fps to Not really surprising, that: The Pro was never intended as a gaming machine, per se. That does indeed match Apple's own estimate, and I suspect I could have actually broken the hour mark had I not chosen such punishing battery settings. The refreshed Retina display MacBook Pro brings faster performance and longer battery life, along with the same stunning screen and comfortable keyboard. Same with Finder: When you Force Click on a thumbnail to preview it, the actual "preview" is still small, unless you give it a second, harder press at which point it stretches to a fuller size. If it ain't broke, don't fix it, right? So what's the problem? But there are other use cases: You can use the "Force Click" in Safari to get Wikipedia previews and word definitions. Aside from one dropped frame -- brought on by trying to add a transition -- video playback was smooth. To be fair, I always have tap-to-click enabled on my own Mac, so this didn't feel like much of a workaround for me. That brings me to point number two: The battery life here more or less matches what I got a year and a half ago. After two days with the Force Touch pad, I was more or less used to it. In particular, according to Intel, Broadwell machines should deliver a 22 percent improvement in 3D graphics benchmarks, and up to 50 percent faster video-conversion time. I'll continue running some tests and will update this review if anything changes. Mac diehards who want a laptop with decent graphics really only have one option: the Retina display MacBook Pro. For all intents and purposes, it's the same one we last tested in late , except for one important thing: It swaps out the old trackpad in favor of a pressure-sensitive " Force Touch " pad that responds differently depending on how hard you bear down on it. Again, still polishing off my review, but I think it's safe to say this is a solid option if you're looking for a premium, high-performing inch machine.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} The refreshed MacBook Pro arrives not long after Intel started shipping its fifth-generation Core processors, code-named "Broadwell. Except for the new trackpad, of course. It's certainly not essential on the level of the Retina display, which basically spoiled the lower-res MacBook Air screen for me and many other users. From there, you can upgrade to a slightly faster 2. Secondly, there's also an option in the settings to adjust the click pressure. With that, I am done talking about the MacBook Pro's hardware. Sure enough, I logged 11 hours and 23 minutes in Engadget's video looping test, using an episode of Breaking Bad I purchased through iTunes. Starting with the Dell, it weighs 2. Do the benefits of a pressure-sensitive touchpad outweigh the inconvenience of taking away the one people are used to? That said, these "button presses" don't feel like using a touchpad on other MacBooks. Though it's about as spacious as the one on the old model, the new Force Touch pad does away with the old-school "diving board" -- the hinge mechanism that makes it easier to press down on the bottom portion of a touchpad than on the top. Sure, it's cool to be able to Force Click on a word and be able to see a dictionary definition or a Wikipedia preview, but because I never fully got the hang of the gesture, it was far easier to just open a new browser tab and do a quick Google search. For those of you who are more OS agnostic, though, you have a few other good PC options. I'd still prefer to use a keyboard shortcut: hitting the space bar to open a much larger preview. I already gave the example of pressing down on the skip keys in QuickTime to rewind or fast-forward at 60x speed. What we have here is the inch MacBook Pro with Retina display. And the new MacBook Pro actually does most Broadwell machines one better: As before, it uses the chip maker's high-end "Iris" solution, instead of the usual Intel HD graphics. Except for the fact that the Force Touch pad can do things the Mac regular trackpad can't. First off, though the machine meets Apple's estimates, the Macs I've tested usually exceed expectations -- that's why the late model, which was rated for nine hours of runtime, actually clocked more than 11 hours. Reviewers like it; users seem to like it. That said, the inch Retina MBP remains one of the few laptops of this size that offers such long battery life and this kind ofgraphics clout. That said, Broadwell promises some bigger gains in graphics -- after all, a whole two-thirds of the die area is dedicated to graphics. But back to my original question: Was this all worth it? While it's almost as comfortable to use as its predecessor, we're not convinced these new touchpad tricks were worth making the switch. Even more than the new processor, though, the biggest improvement might be disk speeds. In Safari, at least, the novelty wore off quickly, particularly since it often took me several tries to get it right. My only real pet peeve may have been the occasionally temperamental touchpad. When Intel first announced these chips, it said we should only expect a 4 percent gain in productivity-oriented tasks. In that respect, the Force Touch pad didn't change my habits. Speaking of Mail, you can Force Click on an address and see it in a pop-up map. This was an adjustment for me, but I found a few ways to get past it. With the use of a " Taptic Engine " -- a bunch of wires coiled around a magnetic core that provide vibrating haptic feedback to match whatever you're doing onscreen. For the record, at least, other reviewers have noted bigger gains; I'm just not sure why I wasn't able to replicate their test results. To be fair, even Intel warned that battery life gains with Broadwell would be fairly modest over last year's processors, but still, I did expect more of an improvement. In fact, the trackpad here doesn't have any buttons; there's nothing to depress when you bear down with your finger. One thing you won't find on the inch Retina MBP: a discrete graphics option. I can't promise you'll love the new touchpad, though. As before, the machine measures a slim 0. If you're coming from an older model, as I am, you'll notice the new trackpad feels shallower; even though Apple makes it feel like you're clicking something, your finger isn't "pressing down" as far as it normally would. Before I get into the utility of all this, though, allow me to take a step back and explain how this thing works. A hard-press on the skip button in QuickTime, for instance, will let you fast-forward at warp speed. Mostly, though, it just took time. It's also lighter than the MacBook Pro, with the weight ranging from 3. In addition, the new MBP brings all the spec upgrades you'd expect in a system refresh, including faster SSDs, fresh graphics and Intel's latest Core processors. For starters: What a risky thing for Apple to do, replacing the touchpad that's already the best in its class. Also not surprising: The performance boost is in many ways a fairly modest one. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Nope, it's not the new MacBook. Most don't have quite the same graphics clout as the inch Retina MBP, but they do at least offer similarly sharp screens, premium build quality and long battery life. I have plenty more to say about that. I haven't published my review yet working on it! All told, it earned a score of 90 in our review, thanks not just to the compact design and crisp screen, but also a comfortable keyboard, fast performance and surprisingly good audio. Heck, if I weren't switching back and forth between the new Pro and my own MacBook Air, I might have adjusted even sooner. Specifically, the company says its new disks can reach peak read speeds of 1. So it makes sense, then, that the MacBook Pro's results in general-performance benchmarks are only marginally better than they were a year and a half ago. Even so, the Force Touch feels like just another nice-to-have feature; I don't mind that it's there, and I ultimately got used to it, but it's also not something I particularly needed. Instead, Apple fools you into believing you're clicking something. It's so convincing, in fact, that I would sometimes forget it wasn't a normal trackpad -- until I turned the machine off, anyway, and was left with a stiff piece of glass. And those are just built-in Mac apps; developers can build this feature into third-party apps as well. This time around, though, Apple also traded in its already-best-in-class trackpad for a new, pressure-sensitive one. First off, I turned on the "tap-to-click" option in the settings, which helped me avoid "clicking" when it initially felt too weird. Want more storage? For me, at least, that might be the best and most practical reason to have a pressure-sensitive trackpad. And hey, even Still, I was surprised the battery didn't last even longer. I did enjoy the super-fast fast-forwarding, though. As for the Spectre, it has a 2, x 1, screen option and a machined aluminum build that some might say was inspired by the MacBook itself.