15" Retina Starts with 16GB RAM? Very nice.
I have a non-retina late 2012 MBP… which I got specifically because it was cheaper, and allowed me to upgrade the RAM manually to 16GB (without having to buy the top-tier rMBP)
I think it’s almost time to give this one to my Mom, and get an upgrade…
Also ends with 16GB. I don't see any other option in the US store.
My mate literally just bought an 15" rMBP a few days ago. Think apple will let him swap?
Yes I think you have 14 days to notice Apple and they'll refund him
You have 14 calendar days to return it, even if you have unboxed and used it.
Too bad they didn't introduced the retina MBA.
I think that they won't do it silently as this upgrade
Anyone else think it's weird that only the top tier MBP has a discrete graphics card?
That wasn't true in the past was it? The Intel integrated graphics can't be better than last year's discrete GPUs can they?
Alright question to everyone, I have a MBP from 2009, that was very powerful for the time (I maxed out a lot of the internal components because I needed it to last a long time), but now it runs a little bit slow. The majority of the time I am working on a work computer anyway, but whenever I do freelance work (a couple jobs a month) it can be frustrating. Do I buy these MBPs or do I wait for 2015 when they releases the next line with Intel's Broadwell chips?
I might wait a bit since another odd thing about these MBPs is that only the top tier comes with a discrete graphics card, the rest are all integrated Intel graphics.
I'm looking for benchmarks to see if it's actually an improvement, but an odd move in my opinion.