It appears that leaked information was right about the update of Macbook Pro line, today Apple has quietly updates its Macbook Pro line with slightly speed bump in the hardware, as they have done with their iPhone line by introducing the iPhone 4S with speed bump and same design.

 

A week ago, we had got information from the 9ot5mac guys source that there is an update coming soon for the Macbook Pro line in the couple of next days, and finally today we have seen that Apple has updated its Macbook Pro page with the new models of Macbook Pro’s but with slightly performance improvements across the board of the Macbook Pro with updated hard drives and video cards of the machines. The new models of Macbook Pro are available in the stock at Apple with the same price as the old machines.

 

13-inch MacBook Pro:

– Processor options move from 2.3 GHz dual-core Intel Core i5 and 2.7 GHz dual-core Intel Core i7 to 2.4 GHz and 2.8 GHz options.

– Hard drive options offer increased capacity, moving from 320 GB in the low-end configuration and 500 GB in the high-end configuration to 500 GB and 750 GB respectively.

15-inch MacBook Pro:

– Standard processor options move from 2.0 GHz and 2.2 GHz quad-core Intel Core i7 to 2.2 GHz and 2.4 GHz options. The high-end custom processor option at 2.3 GHz has now become a 2.5 GHz option.

– For discrete graphics, Apple had previously offered the AMD Radeon HD 6490M with 256MB of memory on the low-end configuration and the Radeon HD 6750M with 1GB of memory on the high-end configuration. Apple has now moved the 6750M to the low-end configuration with 512 MB of memory and given the high-end configuration a Radeon HD 6770M with 1 GB of memory.

– The previous build-to-order option of a 500 GB hard drive running at 7200 rpm has been bumped to a 750 GB drive at the same speed.

17-inch MacBook Pro:

– Processor speeds have been bumped from a base 2.2 GHz Intel Core i7 with a 2.3 GHz upgrade option to a 2.4 GHz base processor with a 2.5 GHz option.

– Graphics have been improved from the AMD Radeon 6750M with 1 GB of memory to the Radeon HD 6770M, also with 1 GB of memory.

– The previous build-to-order option of a 500 GB hard drive running at 7200 rpm has been bumped to a 750 GB drive at the same speed.