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The MacBook Pro is the top line of MacBook laptops, introduced in 2006. The MacBook Pro was the first Mac laptop to use Intel CPUs and the first laptop to use the Thunderbolt interface in 2011 (see Thunderbolt). Top Pro models had 17" screens until 2012; then down to 15" but up again to 16" in late 2019.

In 2016, the fourth-generation Pro model included a touchscreen toolbar in place of physical function keys. The touch keys switch to different menus, icons and sliders depending on the running application. The Touch Bar also includes Apple's Touch ID for Apple Pay and logins. In 2019, the non-Touch Bar Pro was discontinued. See MacBook.
CURRENT MACBOOK PRO MODELS    SSD    Max          Screen  Storage  RAM  Weight          Size     (GB)    (GB)  (lbs)Pro TB*    16"   512-8192   64   4.3
 Pro TB*    13"   256-4096   32   3.1

 * Touch Bar



The Pro Touch Bar
The Pro line includes a touch toolbar in place of function keys. Very innovative, an application can display essential functions for the currently running process. F1-F10 keys can also be simulated, and in some apps, users can configure their own keys. (Images courtesy of Apple Inc.)


The Pro Touch Bar
The Pro line includes a touch toolbar in place of function keys. Very innovative, an application can display essential functions for the currently running process. F1-F10 keys can also be simulated, and in some apps, users can configure their own keys. (Images courtesy of Apple Inc.)
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I suppose that one element of what defines "esoteric" knowing is that it is "likely to be understood only by a small number of people with a specialized interest" (the definition that "pops up" when I query the dictionary on my MacBookPro), but if there are no ways to excite interest such that people are drawn into engagement and inquiry with that knowledge it will no longer be esoteric, but instead extinct.
Who hasn't attended a so-called business meeting in which every person is staring at a MacBookPro and talking on a cellphone simultaneously (while someone else plays a PowerPoint)?
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