Apple quietly updated its MacBook Pro models this week, although this update did not bring any change in designs, the configuration, on the other hand, has received significant improvements for Pro users. The models updated this week include the 13-inch and 15-inch MacBook Pro, as the new MacBook Pros is starting to use Intel’s eighth-generation Core processor. For the 13-inch model, it includes the quad-core processor inside of it, as for 15-inch, it uses the six-core chip.However, the 13-inch model without the Touch Bar remained in dual-core processor configuration. For the sake of comparison, the 15-inch MacBook Pro version is starting to use a six-core processor, plus the optional 32GB of memory. No doubt, the performance has huge improvements.All new MacBook Pros support True Tone display technology, and finally, a new third-generation keyboard, which Apple claims is less noisy. It also introduced T2 chip, a security chip that was designed for iMac Pro, which adds additional security gates to protect your MacBook Pros.