Apple MacBook Pro Retina 13-inch, Late 2016 (MLH12, MLVP2, MNQF2, MNQG2, MPDK2, MPDL2, MLL42, MLUQ2)
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Joe Osborne (techradar.com)
MacBook Pro review
Apple's leading laptop finally catches up – and then some
Super-thin and light ; Touch Bar smartly designed ; Loads of USB-C ports ; Huge trackpad
Touch Bar needs more app support ; Direct light washes out Touch Bar display
To say the new MacBook Pro is a massive improvement over the previous model would be an understatement. It's more portable and more powerful, not to mention more enjoyable to use. But it's tough to justify the premium for that Touch Bar, no matter how...
Klaus Hinum, Andreas Osthoff (notebookcheck.net)
Apple MacBook Pro 13 (Late 2016, 2.9 GHz i5, Touch Bar) Notebook Review
The better 13-inch Pro? The MacBook Pro 13 Touch Bar is Apple's new 13-inch flagship model. Besides the obvious OLED display above the keyboard, however, there are more differences compared to the entry-level model with function keys. Is it worth the...
excellent chassis and build quality ; huge trackpad with great precision ; quiet and good cooling ; high WLAN transfer speeds ; very good display with perfect scaling ; good speakers ; good battery runtimes ; steady performance, also on battery ; 4x...
...but reduced bandwidth for the ports on the right side ; neither USB-A nor HDMI-out ; 2.4 GHz WLAN issues with attached USB-C device ; poor webcam ; very expensive – especially the upgrades
The two models of the new Apple MacBook Pro 13 are – as expected – similar in many respects. This includes the excellent chassis, which is still extremely sturdy despite the diet. You also get one of the best and brightest displays on the market,...
Kane Fulton (techradar.com)
Apple MacBook Pro (13-inch, Late 2016) review
Thrifty shades of space gray
Alluring design ; Vibrant display ; Fast SSD ; Huge trackpad
Two USB-C ports forces compromise ; Keyboard too shallow for some
It's not without flaws, but the new 13-inch MacBook Pro is a solid laptop that combines a highly attractive design with snappy storage, a gorgeous display and a trackpad the size of a saucer. But, if you didn't like the 12-inch MacBook's shallow...
J. Simon Leitner, Klaus A. Hinum (notebookcheck.net)
Apple MacBook Pro 13 (Late 2016, 2 GHz i5, without Touch Bar) Laptop Review
Brilliant, even without Touch? The new MacBook Pro laptops have arrived. The most striking new feature: a Touch Bar instead of function keys. Apple still offers a model without this novelty, and wants to target the "entry-level sector" – price: 1699...
excellent chassis and build quality ; huge trackpad – still best in class ; silent without high workloads ; very good speakers ; fast WLAN ; very good display with perfect scaling (typical for macOS)
connectivity issues with 2.4 GHz WLAN and USB-C devices ; clattering fan on our test model ; only 3 ports ; very expensive – especially the upgrades ; poor webcam
Before we can get our hands on Apple's highly praised Touch Bar, we can review the entry-level model of the new MacBook Pro 13, which is already available. It is also supposed to replace the less expensive Air models in the medium-term if you ask...
Stuart Miles (pocket-lint.com)
Apple MacBook Pro (2016) review: Air apparent
Apple's new entry-level MacBook Pro that is likely to woo MacBook Air users looking to upgrade without pushing the budget too hard. The entry-level MacBook Pro delivers a flagship laptop design from Apple that many will be happy with, without getting...
Great keyboard, stunning screen, big trackpad,
Lack of ports
The entry-level MacBook Pro delivers a flagship laptop design from Apple that many will be happy with, without getting caught up in the new Touch Bar and Touch ID option.
Stuart Miles (pocket-lint.com)
Apple MacBook Pro (2016) with Touch Bar: Thinner, brighter, faster, and very touchy feely
Apple has revamped its MacBook Pro range delivering a device that is thinner, lighter and more powerful, and we were at the Apple Event at the company's headquarters to check it out ahead of it going on sale in November.
Recommended by TR
Michael Passingham (trustedreviews.com)
MacBook Pro 13-inch (2016, with Touch Bar)
The 2016 MacBook Pro lineup represents Apple's biggest laptop shake-up in years, taking what was already a a premium brand and pushing it up a notch.
2016 Apple MacBook Pro 13in with Touch Bar review
Does the Touch Bar elevate the excellent 13in MacBook Pro to portable computer perfection?
A beautifully made, fantastically compact device ; The screen is fabulous ; There’s nothing nicer to type on ; Touch Bar looks awesome and has loads of potential ; More ports can only be a good thing
Lack of Touch Bar-supported apps limits its usefulness right now ; Not a huge real-world jump in power from entry-level model ; You’ll need adapters - at least in the early days
The new MacBook Pros are generally awesome, but this isn’t the pick of the range - at least not yet
Dan Ackerman (cnet.com)
Apple MacBook Pro with Touch Bar (13-inch, 2016) review
Editors' note, June 8, 2017: At this year's Worldwide Developers Conference , Apple gave its laptop line a modest makeover with some updated components -- faster, more powerful Intel processors across the board, and more robust graphics chips for the...
The inventive Touch Bar streamlines work and saves clicks, and Apple has improved almost every part of the thinner, lighter MacBook Pro, including a larger touchpad, faster components and a flatter keyboard. iPhone's Touch ID is handy on the Mac, too.
You're paying a hefty premium for the Touch Bar, which supports only a limited handful of Apple apps for now. The USB-C-only ports mean carrying a bag full of dongles. The lack of high-end graphics or huge RAM options in the 13-inch model may frustrate...
Apple's smart, useful Touch Bar makes it well worth splurging on the step-up version of the streamlined 13-inch MacBook Pro.
MacBook Pro review (2016): A step forward and a step back
There's lots to like about the new MacBook Pro: its slimmed-down design, brighter screen, improved audio, faster graphics and disk speeds. But by doing things like removing full-sized USB ports, the memory card reader and even the Function row, Apple...
Attractive and well-built ; Thinner and lighter ; Retina screen is brighter and more colorful than ever ; Impressive audio quality ; Fast performance, especially the disk speeds ; Touch ID is a useful addition ; Spacious trackpad
Expensive with the Touch Bar ; Easy to accidentally hit the Touch Bar instead of the Delete key ; No memory card slot ; The only ports are USB-C ports ; Rated battery life is shorter this year ; No more MagSafe
I'm one of many Mac owners out there who has been waiting for Apple to upgrade the MacBook Pro line. Now that it finally has, I find the new laptop isn't quite what I wanted. For me, the ideal MacBook Pro is actually a mashup between this and last...