Apple updates MacBook Pro, cuts price on high-end iMac

May 19, 2015
MacBook Pro

Apple is introducing an updated MacBook Pro and iMac and lowering the price for its top-end iMac.

The updated 15-inch MacBook Pro laptop has a new style of trackpad, faster flash storage and a longer battery life and starts at $1,999.

The new $1,999 iMac desktop computer has a higher-resolution 27-inch screen and faster processor.

Apple's top-end iMac will now sell for $2,299. It has been selling for $2,499 at some .

The news comes ahead of Apple's worldwide developers conference June 8.

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