VICTORIA, British Columbia – For many, the first time they see their earnings reports is when they open their new laptop.
For others, they open it as soon as their bank account opens.
For both, it’s the opening of a new laptop that will bring a new level of happiness, and the satisfaction of a better, more informed view of their future.
But for the rest of us, it will be the day when our old laptops are gone.
The news that Apple has taken the wraps off its new Macbook Pro and MacBook Pro 15, a 13-inch desktop computer that has been around since the launch of the Mac in 2001, is a moment that will be remembered for years to come.
But just how well does the new machine perform, and how does it compare to its predecessor?
In the short term, it appears that the new MacBook Pro will not only bring much-needed improvements to the MacBook Pro lineup, but will also offer a boost to the overall consumer electronics market.
The main differences between the Macbook and the MacBook are its size, and its use of Retina Display technology.
Both are laptops designed to be used with a laptop keyboard, but they do have a different set of specs and functions.
The MacBook Pro 13 is made of an aluminium frame, while the MacBook Air 13 is a glass panel.
The MacBook Pro uses an Intel Core i5 processor and 16GB of RAM, while Macbook uses an i7 processor and 32GB of memory.
Both the MacBook and Macbook Pros are designed for those who want to upgrade from laptops to tablets or smartphones.
The first Macbook was introduced in 2002 and is now the most widely used laptop in the US, and is still the only laptop that has a trackpad.
Apple has also built into the laptop an integrated wireless keyboard that can also be used as a track pad.
The Macbook features a 1.5GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor, up to 16GB RAM, and a 256GB solid state drive.
The base model Macbook has an Intel HD Graphics 5000 with 2GB of DDR3 RAM, a 500GB hard drive and up to 256GB of SSD storage.
The new Mac Pro is also designed to offer a much more modern design than the original.
The 13- and 15-inch models are the first models to feature a glossy finish that adds a little bit of gloss to the surface of the keyboard and the back of the device.
The new MacBook has a matte finish, as well.
Both MacBooks are powered by Intel Core M processors, and come with a Core i7 or i5 quad-core processor.
The 16GB and 256GB models come with Intel HD graphics, along with 2TB of RAM.
The top of the new Mac laptop is powered by a dual-core 1.4GHz Intel Skylake processor, and comes with 2.5GB of integrated RAM.
It also has a 256 GB SSD drive.
The Macbook 15 comes with a 1GHz Intel Broadwell processor, with 8GB of GDDR5 memory.
It comes with 256GB SSD storage and up as much as 3TB of storage.
The laptop has a glossy-finish finish, and it has a 1TB hard drive.
Macbook owners can also upgrade to the new 13- or 15- inch models, with both options costing $1,999.
The price for the base Macbook, which is still available for purchase, will be $1.7,000.