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Using Cinebench’s OpenGL benchmark to further test the graphics, the 13in MacBook Pro achieved 36.8 frames per second, which is 27.5 percent faster than 2015’s entry-level 13in MacBook Pro, and 9.4 percent faster than this year’s 13in MacBook Pro with function keys. The 15in MacBook Pro scored a whopping 70.4fps, which is 13.7 percent faster than the last generation. So does this mean the 15in Mac is powerful enough for professional video editors, even with a maximum of 16GB of RAM? Probably. There’s a chance Apple will increase the RAM to 32GB next year if it updates the MacBook Pro line to Intel’s

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