Apple may generate most of its revenue from smartphones and services like its App Store and Apple Music streaming service, but this week, the company focused on Macs.
On Tuesday, Apple unveiled a new lineup of MacBook Pro laptops that come with more processing power than ever. But arguably the laptop's biggest improvement is a new butterfly keyboard that is supposed to be free of the defects that caused keys to stick or stop working in previous models.
However, brace yourself for the price, at least for the top-end MacBook Pro that comes with Intel Core i9 processor and 32GB of memory. It costs an eye-popping $6,500.
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Apple's week also included a lot of talk about how Apple will be affected by the U.S.-China trade war. And with the company's Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) approaching, a number of rumors about software improvements in 2019 have already emerged.
Read on for more on that and other big headlines from Apple's past week:
One more thing…Looking to find a way to attract and keep young talent in your business? A new study from Apple service provider Jamf found that two-thirds of college students want to be able to choose the computers they'll use in their jobs. And 71% of them would choose a Mac.