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    Macbook Pro 13" 2014 vs Macbook Pro 13" 2015 (MF839)
    Hi guys!

    There is a serious question of choice.
    Macbook Pro 13 "2014 (MGX92) in the maximum factory configuration, 512 GB SSD and a 2.8 GHz processor against the Macbook Pro 13" 2015 (MF839) in a minimal configuration, but with a Force Touch, a newer processor, video, and faster SSD, but only 128 GB.

    Both brand new, at a price not really a difference, 2015 costs $ 40 more. 2014 is cheaper (not critical), with a larger SSD capacity, faster processor (2,8 GHz vs 2,7GHz at 2015 model) despite 4 generation.

    For the price of 2014 - $ 1280, 2015 - 1320.

    What will you advice ?

    Thanks in advance for everyone, as it is rather difficult to decide.

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    Macbook Pro 13" 2014 vs Macbook Pro 13" 2015 (MF839)
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    Personally, I would go with the larger storage device. 128gb is just too small for me, although I do have a few 320 gb portable externals not being used at this time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ferrarr View Post
    Personally, I would go with the larger storage device. 128gb is just too small for me, although I do have a few 320 gb portable externals not being used at this time.
    Another option: buy 128 GB SSD 2015 model + to buy separately Jetdrive Lite SD card (special for Macbook) (up to 256 GB, so as not to clutter up SSD, movies, photos and others).
    As for the processors in the 2014 model - Haswell 2.8 GHz Intel "Core i5" processor (4308U)
    In 2015 - Broadwell Intel Core i5-5257U 2.7 GHz, the integrated graphics are better, Intel Iris HD 6100 versus Intel Iris HD 5100 in 2014. The newer supports output in 4K 60Hz, the old one is not.

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