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Living with the new 15-inch MacBook Pro

For the 15-inch models, single-core performance is up 12-15%, and multi-core performance is up 39-46%. Since the underlying processor architecture hasnu2019t significantly changed between the 2017 and 2018 models, the increases in performance are due to higher Turbo Boost frequencies, more cores, and DDR4 memory.n

The 2018 MacBook Pro is the most substantial upgrade (at least regarding performance) since the introduction of quad-core processors in the 2011 MacBook Pro.n

Taken together, that represents a significant upgrade from last yearu2019s model. Individual performance will vary depending on a lot of different topics, but thereu2019s no doubt these are powerful machines.n

Hey, Sirin

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The addition of hands-free Siri functionality didnu2019t get a lot of play here, but itu2019s an important one u2014 if not for the computer itself, then for Appleu2019s broader ambitions. Like Googleu2019s play, Siri was mobile first.n

But Apple’s assistant has always been about building a broader ecosystem of contextual search that can help the company tailor its offerings to individual user needs. We saw this manifest itself last year with the addition of HomePod, a typically Apple high-end approach to the insanely popular world of smart speakers.n

The assistant has actually been available on macOS since Sierra (10.12) rolled out back in late 2016. This, however, marks the first time hands-free voice interaction has been available on the desktop. Apple says it was the T2, introduced on the iMac Pro, which allowed for the capability u2014 just one of an extremely long list of features the company has offloaded on the proprietary chip.n

Like other key features, Siri is enabled during setup. If youu2019re the sort who sticks masking tape over your webcam, you can also simply opt out of having the MacBooku2019s microphones listening in for the wake word. And you can always untick the u201cListen for u2018Hey Siriu2019u201d box in Settings.n

Setup is more or less the same as on iOS. Youu2019ll be prompted to speak a couple of phrases to train the AI on your voice. Device interaction functions similarly as other assistant hardware ecosystems. The moment you say, u201cHey, Siri,u201d your iPhone/Mac/HomePod, et al. communicate with one another, prioritizing either the device that heard the query the best (likely the closest) or was most recently used.n

I ended up disabling the feature on my phone in order to test it on the desktop, because there were too many instances of the phone picking it up or having Siri pop up on both at once and then disappearing on the one that was de-prioritized. When the feature was switched off the phone, however, its desktop counterpart was plenty responsive.n

All of this leads to a key question: Is a desktop smart assistant ultimately very useful? The primary driver of voice functionality is the ability to free up your hands from having to type. Presumably, however, youu2019ve already got your hands at or near the keyboard if youu2019re close enough for Siri to hear you.n

Multitasking seems to be the primary use-case here. Say youu2019re typing and want to know the weather or find movie times, you can definitely do that. Ditto for sports scores u2014 it took a query or two, but u201cdid the Au2019s win yesterday?u201d got me the answer I wanted, with a conversational reply, u201cthe Athletics eked out a win over the Giants in the Bay Bridge Series by a score of 4 to 3 yesterday.u201dn

Hey Siri, a win is a win, okay?n

Multimedia functionality, which seems like one of the most logical applications, is still limited here. Siri will find and play things in Apple Music, but ask her to play something on Spotify and thatu2019s a no-go u2014 youu2019ll get an Apple Music link and Wikipedia entry instead. Siri knows which side her bread is buttered on. Ask her to play a movie and sheu2019ll confess that she canu2019t do that.n

More functionality is surely on the way. For now, however, Siri on the desktop is more a nice addition than necessary feature.n

Toning it downn

Like Siri, True Tone is opt-in during the setup process. You can toggle it on and off at the beginning, which I suggest, just so you know what youu2019re getting yourself into. And, like Siri, you can always go back into settings later to adjust if itu2019s not to your liking. Clicking Option and the Touch Bar bright icon will get you there, as well.n

The effect, which debuted on the iPad Pro (and rolled out to other new iOS devices) utilizes a light sensor (new for the Mac) to determine the ambient color and brightness of its surroundings. Itu2019s a sort of more sophisticated version of the brightness detection Apple computers have had on board for some time now.n

If youu2019ve ever fiddled with a camera (even the one on your phone in most cases), you recognize the importance of white balance. Thatu2019s the thing that turns objects weird colors when you step into different lighting settings. Itu2019s a key to perceiving contrast getting lifelike reproductions of images. I have two 15-inch MacBooks in front of me right now (thatu2019s just how I roll), and itu2019s like night and day. Youu2019ve got no idea how blue the screen youu2019ve been staring at is until you see it up against another True Tone-enabled display.n

For a majority of us, itu2019s a nice feature, but for photographers, video producers and designers who rely on a MacBook for their work, itu2019s a much bigger deal. As recently published support documents point out, the feature will also work with a handful of secondary displays, including Appleu2019s own, and LGu2019s Ultrafine 4K and 5K.n

Upgrade time?n

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Iu2019m staring at my now 2017 MacBook Pro as I type this. Itu2019s always tough to compete with the latest and greatest, especially when itu2019s been specced out like crazy. Iu2019m going to miss the quieter keyboard and True Tone display, for sure. Hands-free Siri, I can really take or leave at the moment, based on current functionality.n

But Iu2019m not ready for an upgrade just yet. For a majority of users, the upgrades on the high end will mostly amount to overkill. Thankfully, however, the low-end price points remain the same at $1,799 and $2,399 for the 13- and 15-inch, respectively.n

Those who expect a lot more from their machines will no doubt be excited to see what these laptops can do. The new MacBooks arenu2019t a fundamental rethink by any stretch of the imagination, but theyu2019re a welcome acknowledgment that the company still considers creative pros a key part of its DNA.n”,”protected”:false},”excerpt”:”rendered”:”

When reviewing hardware, itu2019s important to integrate it into your life as much as possible. If you can, swap it in for your existing devices for a few days or a week, to really get an idea of what itu2019s like to use it day to day. There are certain nuances you can only discover […]n”,”protected”:false,”author”:699688,”featured_media”:1673618,”comment_status”:”open”,”ping_status”:”closed”,”sticky”:false,”template”:””,”format”:”standard”,”meta”:”outcome”:””,”status”:””,”crunchbase_tag”:0,”amp_status”:””,”relegenceEntities”:[],”relegenceSubjects”:[],”categories”:[449557086,449223024,449557092],”tags”:[291,115000,40378],”crunchbase_tag”:[],”tc_stories_tax”:[],”tc_event”:[],”shortlink”:”https://tcrn.ch/2usMURQ”,”rapidData”:”pt”:””,”pct”:””,”featured”:true,”subtitle”:”Apple targets creatives with the latest refresh”,”fundingRound”:false,”seoTitle”:””,”seoDescription”:””,”tc_unified_tagging”:[“tag”:”term_id”:291,”name”:”Apple”,”slug”:”apple”,”term_group”:0,”term_taxonomy_id”:66,”taxonomy”:”post_tag”,”description”:””,”parent”:0,”count”:8800,”filter”:”raw”,”cb_tags”:[“apple-organization”:”Apple”],”tag”:”term_id”:115000,”name”:”macbook”,”slug”:”macbook”,”term_group”:0,”term_taxonomy_id”:8498,”taxonomy”:”post_tag”,”description”:””,”parent”:0,”count”:261,”filter”:”raw”,”cb_tags”:[],”tag”:”term_id”:40378,”name”:”macbook pro”,”slug”:”macbook-pro”,”term_group”:0,”term_taxonomy_id”:8500,”taxonomy”:”post_tag”,”description”:””,”parent”:0,”count”:213,”filter”:”raw”,”cb_tags”:[]],”associatedEvent”:null,”event”:null,”authors”:[699688],”hideFeaturedImage”:false,”relatedArticles”:[],”_links”:”self”:[“href”:”https://techcrunch.com/wp-json/wp/v2/posts/1673611″],”collection”:[“href”:”https://techcrunch.com/wp-json/wp/v2/posts”],”about”:[“href”:”https://techcrunch.com/wp-json/wp/v2/types/post”],”version-history”:[“href”:”https://techcrunch.com/wp-json/wp/v2/posts/1673611/revisions”],”authors”:[“embeddable”:true,”href”:”https://techcrunch.com/wp-json/tc/v1/users/699688″],”replies”:[“embeddable”:true,”count”:4,”href”:”https://techcrunch.com/wp-json/wp/v2/comments?post=1673611&order=asc&tc_hierarchical=flat”],”author”:[“embeddable”:true,”href”:”https://techcrunch.com/wp-json/tc/v1/users/699688″],”wp:featuredmedia”:[“embeddable”:true,”href”:”https://techcrunch.com/wp-json/wp/v2/media/1673618″],”wp:attachment”:[“href”:”https://techcrunch.com/wp-json/wp/v2/media?parent=1673611″],”wp:term”:[“taxonomy”:”category”,”embeddable”:true,”href”:”https://techcrunch.com/wp-json/wp/v2/categories?post=1673611″,”taxonomy”:”post_tag”,”embeddable”:true,”href”:”https://techcrunch.com/wp-json/wp/v2/tags?post=1673611″,”taxonomy”:”_tc_cb_tag_taxonomy”,”embeddable”:true,”href”:”https://techcrunch.com/wp-json/wp/v2/crunchbase_tag?post=1673611″,”taxonomy”:”tc_stories_tax”,”embeddable”:true,”href”:”https://techcrunch.com/wp-json/wp/v2/tc_stories_tax?post=1673611″,”taxonomy”:”tc_event”,”embeddable”:true,”href”:”https://techcrunch.com/wp-json/wp/v2/tc_event?post=1673611″],”curies”:[“name”:”wp”,”href”:”https://api.w.org/rel”,”templated”:true],”_embedded”:{“authors”:[“id”:699688,”name”:”Brian Heater”,”url”:””,”description”:””,”link”:”https://techcrunch.com/author/brian-heater/”,”slug”:”brian-heater”,”avatar_urls”:”24″:”https://secure.gravatar.com/avatar/69b6dc548d05dedd0132f12e075bf7de?s=24&d=identicon&r=g”,”48″:”https://secure.gravatar.com/avatar/69b6dc548d05dedd0132f12e075bf7de?s=48&d=identicon&r=g”,”96″:”https://secure.gravatar.com/avatar/69b6dc548d05dedd0132f12e075bf7de?s=96&d=identicon&r=g”,”links”:”twitter”:”https://twitter.com/bheater”,”linkedin”:”http://www.linkedin.com/pub/brian-heater/1/a92/94″,”crunchbase”:”https://www.crunchbase.com/person/brian-heater”,”position”:”Hardware Editor”,”cbDescription”:”

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Maybe as an owner of a 2017 MBP you’re not ready to upgrade, but as someone that owns a Late 2013 15″ MBP, that upgrade to 32GB RAM can’t happen soon enough.n”,”link”:”https://techcrunch.com/2018/07/16/living-with-the-new-15-inch-macbook-pro/#comment-604668″,”type”:”comment”,”author_avatar_urls”:”24″:”https://secure.gravatar.com/avatar/7f419a44ff4616e3b49f5a239dbec490?s=24&d=identicon&r=g”,”48″:”https://secure.gravatar.com/avatar/7f419a44ff4616e3b49f5a239dbec490?s=48&d=identicon&r=g”,”96″:”https://secure.gravatar.com/avatar/7f419a44ff4616e3b49f5a239dbec490?s=96&d=identicon&r=g”,”techcrunch”:”avatar”:”https://ct.yimg.com/cy/1768/39361574426_98028a_64sq.jpg”,”company”:”(no company found)”,”title”:”(no title found)”,”user”:”6ET5GETL5ZH6ZDCBIFBVXDHIVB”,”_links”:”self”:[“href”:”https://techcrunch.com/wp-json/wp/v2/comments/604668″],”collection”:[“href”:”https://techcrunch.com/wp-json/wp/v2/comments”],”up”:[“embeddable”:true,”post_type”:”post”,”href”:”https://techcrunch.com/wp-json/wp/v2/posts/1673611″],”id”:604681,”parent”:0,”author”:0,”author_name”:”Khan Khan”,”author_url”:””,”date”:”2018-07-16T10:30:58″,”content”:”rendered”:”

Thanks for the ength keyboard coverag this artce (keys mssing : as I have a orbematic one :)n”,”link”:”https://techcrunch.com/2018/07/16/living-with-the-new-15-inch-macbook-pro/#comment-604681″,”type”:”comment”,”author_avatar_urls”:”24″:”https://secure.gravatar.com/avatar/277a9cca8e14aef298204cceb42fd1e6?s=24&d=identicon&r=g”,”48″:”https://secure.gravatar.com/avatar/277a9cca8e14aef298204cceb42fd1e6?s=48&d=identicon&r=g”,”96″:”https://secure.gravatar.com/avatar/277a9cca8e14aef298204cceb42fd1e6?s=96&d=identicon&r=g”,”techcrunch”:”avatar”:”https://ct.yimg.com/cy/1768/39361574426_98028a_64sq.jpg”,”company”:”(no company found)”,”title”:”(no title found)”,”user”:”6BFVCTFY7377JMIMWZNHGXSKX3″,”_links”:”self”:[“href”:”https://techcrunch.com/wp-json/wp/v2/comments/604681″],”collection”:[“href”:”https://techcrunch.com/wp-json/wp/v2/comments”],”up”:[“embeddable”:true,”post_type”:”post”,”href”:”https://techcrunch.com/wp-json/wp/v2/posts/1673611″],”id”:604760,”parent”:0,”author”:0,”author_name”:”Joshua Fagans”,”author_url”:””,”date”:”2018-07-16T17:13:14″,”content”:”rendered”:”

Creatives don’t need to look at their hands to type so the emoji bar is ridiculous. They also like standards like built in SD card reader, HDMI, and USB 3.0. Why isn’t this mentioned? n”,”link”:”https://techcrunch.com/2018/07/16/living-with-the-new-15-inch-macbook-pro/#comment-604760″,”type”:”comment”,”author_avatar_urls”:”24″:”https://secure.gravatar.com/avatar/a489a4446c78dfff7fad32784ccd2aab?s=24&d=identicon&r=g”,”48″:”https://secure.gravatar.com/avatar/a489a4446c78dfff7fad32784ccd2aab?s=48&d=identicon&r=g”,”96″:”https://secure.gravatar.com/avatar/a489a4446c78dfff7fad32784ccd2aab?s=96&d=identicon&r=g”,”techcrunch”:”avatar”:”https://ct.yimg.com/cy/1768/39361574426_98028a_64sq.jpg”,”company”:”(no company found)”,”title”:”(no title found)”,”user”:”LLUMHRWYCLAZOC4UP5JE7EPBWE”,”_links”:”self”:[“href”:”https://techcrunch.com/wp-json/wp/v2/comments/604760″],”collection”:[“href”:”https://techcrunch.com/wp-json/wp/v2/comments”],”up”:[“embeddable”:true,”post_type”:”post”,”href”:”https://techcrunch.com/wp-json/wp/v2/posts/1673611″],”id”:604894,”parent”:0,”author”:0,”author_name”:”Tobin Sparfeld”,”author_url”:””,”date”:”2018-07-16T20:22:56″,”content”:”rendered”:”

It’s also a shame that they did away with the MagSafe charger and that you have to pay an extra $400 just to get 4 USB-C ports because the base model only gives you two. I had hoped that the refresh would try to address these problems, but the current MBP makes me feel Apple is beginning to abandon people who are trying to get stuff done.n”,”link”:”https://techcrunch.com/2018/07/16/living-with-the-new-15-inch-macbook-pro/#comment-604894″,”type”:”comment”,”author_avatar_urls”:”24″:”https://secure.gravatar.com/avatar/a8d10f444c8d9462a87c010157864890?s=24&d=identicon&r=g”,”48″:”https://secure.gravatar.com/avatar/a8d10f444c8d9462a87c010157864890?s=48&d=identicon&r=g”,”96″:”https://secure.gravatar.com/avatar/a8d10f444c8d9462a87c010157864890?s=96&d=identicon&r=g”,”techcrunch”:”avatar”:”https://ct.yimg.com/cy/1768/39361574426_98028a_64sq.jpg”,”company”:”(no company found)”,”title”:”(no title found)”,”user”:”YEXRSZWOJ4VNSWVCY622THE4PI”,”_links”:”self”:[“href”:”https://techcrunch.com/wp-json/wp/v2/comments/604894″],”collection”:[“href”:”https://techcrunch.com/wp-json/wp/v2/comments”],”up”:[“embeddable”:true,”post_type”:”post”,”href”:”https://techcrunch.com/wp-json/wp/v2/posts/1673611″]]],”author”:[“id”:699688,”name”:”Brian Heater”,”url”:””,”description”:””,”link”:”https://techcrunch.com/author/brian-heater/”,”slug”:”brian-heater”,”avatar_urls”:”24″:”https://secure.gravatar.com/avatar/69b6dc548d05dedd0132f12e075bf7de?s=24&d=identicon&r=g”,”48″:”https://secure.gravatar.com/avatar/69b6dc548d05dedd0132f12e075bf7de?s=48&d=identicon&r=g”,”96″:”https://secure.gravatar.com/avatar/69b6dc548d05dedd0132f12e075bf7de?s=96&d=identicon&r=g”,”links”:”twitter”:”https://twitter.com/bheater”,”linkedin”:”http://www.linkedin.com/pub/brian-heater/1/a92/94″,”crunchbase”:”https://www.crunchbase.com/person/brian-heater”,”position”:”Hardware Editor”,”cbDescription”:”

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