While we wait for the so-called real MacBook Pro to arrive, 9TO5 Mac wanted to take some time to explore the entry level 13-inch model that’s already available in stores.
Despite its lack of Apple’s flagship Touch Bar and Touch ID features, there’s a whole lot that’s changed with the Late 2016 MacBook Pro refresh.
According to 9TO5 Mac, it’s worth mentioning that the anodized color on the original Space Gray 12-inch MacBook had a tendency to wear with usage, which reveals the natural silver aluminum color that resides underneath.
If you tend to be hard on your gear, and such a phenomenon concerns you, then it might be best to stick to the silver model, although it’s possible that Apple could have remedied this issue by now.
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