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Photo: Apple After years of waiting, Apple has finally delivered on its promise of making MacBook Pros that are actually designed with professionals in mind. The 2016 redesign of the MacBook Pros with USB-C ports, Touch Bar, and butterfly keyboards got Apple on a wrong track, but now Apple hopes to right all wrongs, and level up the pro laptop game. There’s a lot going on behind the new 14- and 16-inch MacBook Pros, and once the reviews come out, we’ll know more. But for now, here’s everything that’s actually worth knowing about them. The new MacBook Pro design (yes, there’s a notch) Apple has redesigned the MacBook Pro inside and out, though it mostly looks the same from the outside (you still get the squared-off design, but now the edges are slightly curvier). There’s a new keyboard design similar to the Magic Keyboard, with a full function row at the top. And yes, the Touchbar is finally no more. Apple says the keyboard provides a clicky-typing experience similar to mechanical keyboards, but we’ll have to wait for a full review to actually confirm that. The MacBook Pros now have edge-to-edge displays, so the thick-bezels are a thing of the past. The downside though, is the notch. You can’t miss it. It houses a 1080p webcam and ambient light sensors. But there’s no Face ID in there. Apple has increased the menu bar height just for the notch. And if an app goes full-screen, Apple will put a black […]