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Apple Just Made Big Upgrades to 2 of Its Most Popular Macs

May 19, 2015

Apple released two new models of its flagship brands on Tuesday, souping up the MacBook Pro and cutting the price on the iMac.

The new 27-inch iMac with a 5K Retina display will retail for $2,299, a $200 drop from the previous model's price. It roughly matches the specs of the last model, with one notable exception: Apple's high-end Fusion drive, which speeds up access to files, has been replaced by a slightly less zippy 1TB drive.

The new 15-inch MacBook Pro, which retails for $1,999, includes a processor that more than doubles the performance speed of the previous model. It also includes Apple's trademark Force Touch trackpad, which can simulate the sensation of a physical click and incorporate a range of new touch gestures.

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