Apple updated 16-inch MacBook Pro with 75% graphics boost

The most expensive laptop, the 16-inch MacBook Pro is getting a huge graphics upgrade.

Apple has announced the launch of a new graphics configuration for the 16-inch MacBook Pro a week before WWDC. 

In the new configuration, 16-inch MacBook Pro featured with a new high-end graphics option — now users can opt for a new AMD Radeon Pro 5600M GPU with 8GB of HBM2 memory.

The new graphics upgrade with integrated HBM2 memory is going to make MacBook pro 75% faster than the existing top-end Radeon Pro 5500M with 4GB of GDDR6.

The new graphics boost will cost an additional $700 over the existing Radeon Pro 5500M GPU option that retails at $2,799. 

Apart from this MacBook Pro upgrade, Apple also announced the new SSD kit for users who like to upgrade the internal storage of the Mac Pro from the original factory configuration. The new SSD kit is available with an up to 8TB storage module, and interested users can visit the Mac Pro support page to get instructions for upgrading the system with SSD kit.

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