It took a lot longer than usual, but now it was: the new 13-inch MacBook Pro, launched by Apple in early June, was finally approved by the National Telecommunications Agency (also known as Anatel).
Here is the Machine Type Approval Certificate (model A2159):
Below, the photos of the unit sent by Apple agency:
Prices for the new notebook variations have already been released by Apple and, as we have reported, have been readjusted upwards.
The more affordable 13 ? MacBook Pro (with 1.4GHz four-core processor; 128GB SSD) comes out now for $ 12,000 instead of $ 11,700 (2.6% increase); j the model with the same processor and 256GBest costing $ 13,600 instead of $ 13,300 (increase of 2.3%). In practice, we are talking about $ 300 more in each of them, compared to the 2018 models.
Recalling that with the upgrade, Apple discontinued the 13 ? MacBook Pro without Touch Bar all now have the Touch ID bar.
Now it's a matter of time before they're available for purchase at the Apple Online Store.