For the second time this year, Apple has upgraded its Macbook Pro. While not the biggest upgrades, the changes don't come with any increases in price, which is never a bad thing.
With the update come modest bumps to the MacBook Pro's graphics, speed, and storage options. Apple bumped up the processor of the entry-level 13-inch MacBook Pro to 2.4 GHz from 1.3GHz. Storage on the 13-inch also increased to 500GB from 320GB.
Other models have seen similarly minor increases in performance. The i7 processor on the 15-inch MacBook Pro now clocks at 2.2GHz instead of 2GHz. Apple also upgraded its graphics adapter to AMD's Radeon HD 6750M card.
The 17-inch model also saw a few upgrades, moving from a 2.2GHz processor to a 2.4GHz processor, and getting a 1GB MD Radeon HD graphics card.
So Apple has, perhaps unsurprisingly, changed very little. That's a bummer for MacBook Air fans, many of whom have been awaiting Apple to take its Pro line into the disc drive-less future. It didn't happen today, but sooner or later it will.