Apple’s New 2016 MacBooks Are the Same, but Better Dylan Duarte April 19, 2016 News At some point in the near future, Apple will release new MacBooks with significantly updated specifications and design choices. Today is not that day, but what Apple has done is made some small yet not insignificant under-the-hood tweaks to their current line, making the already great 2016 MacBooks even greater. The newish MacBooks, launched today, feature the following: 6th Generation Intel Core M 1.3-GHz processor, 8GB of 1866 MHz memory, Intel HD Graphics 515, PCIe-based flash storage, 41.4-watt/hour lithium-polymer battery that offers up to ten hours of battery life, and finally a Rose Gold color option. You’ll still get the same 12-inch Retina displays, a single USB Type-C port, and a 13.1 millimeter-thin body that weights two pounds. So yeah, all the improvements are on the back-end of things, and you won’t notice them by looking at the laptop itself (expect for the Rose Gold color), but they’re decent improvements to an already stellar machine. If you have one of the earlier 2016 models, this probably doesn’t warrant an upgrade, but if you’re a few years behind this is definitely the one to get. Share This With The World!