Read full MacBook Pro with Retina display 15-inch (2014) review
Best for Video EditingKey features
- 15.4-inch, 2,880 x 1,800 'Retina' display
- Runs on quad-core Intel Core i7 processor
- Includes Intel Iris Pro graphics
it ain’t broke… Apple's decided not to change the MacBook Pro too much. You got a slight CPU bump and all models now offer at least 8GB of
RAM but otherwise the laptop remains pretty much the same. Those with
the 2013 edition don’t need to worry about upgrading.
if you’re starting fresh, the MacBook Pro is probably the best choice
for a great many creative professionals. It offers a fantastic ‘Retina’
IPS screen, plenty of power and the efficiency of OS X. It’s not really
one for gamers, though. You can get a GeForce GT 750M card, but it’s a
pricey upgrade and you can get much more powerful cards at the price.Price
: £1,599Related: MacBook Pro vs MacBook Air: Which should you buy?