Apple MacBook Pro 9,200-Yr-Old ‘The Apple Pencil’ for a Bigger Price, but the ‘Pencil’ doesn’t have the same ‘sharpness’

By MICHELLE BRUNNER / ASSOCIATED PRESSApple introduced the new MacBook Pro last week, which includes an 11-inch, 13.3-inch Retina MacBook Pro, a new Touch Bar, a smaller MacBook Pro with a 2.8GHz Intel Core i5, an Intel Iris Pro GPU, and new USB Type-C charging.

Apple also released a new version of the MacBook Pro that has a 13-inch display and a 13.9-inch Touch Bar.

But the new “The Pencil” laptop has been in development for a while now, with rumors of a high-end notebook to rival the MacBook Pros.

The Pencil, which Apple calls the MacBook Book Pen, costs $1,999, and is expected to ship this fall.

A new Apple MacBook “The ApplePencil” with the “ThePencil Pen” will cost $1.99 more than the MacBook “Pencil”, but the pen will work with the new iPhone X.

The MacBook Pro 10.12.2 with “Pen” will also be $1 more expensive than the 10.11.2 “Pen”.

While the new laptop and new MacBook Pros will feature a large and thin display, Apple says that the MacBooks “Pen is a sharper, more precise, and sharper, thicker, and thicker” Pencil than a standard laptop.

It is important to note that the “Pen,” as opposed to the MacBook Pen, is still just a Pencil.

It is not the same as the iPhone X Pencil that Apple will be shipping later this year, nor is it the same Pencil as Apple will release in September.

Apple has also announced that the new Macbook Pros will support the new Lightning connector for future wireless charging accessories.

Apple also announced new MacBooks with USB Type C charging ports, which will be available for preorder beginning September 1.

Apple has also confirmed that the 12.9 and 13.0 MacBook Pro configurations will be the last model with a 13th-inch MacBook Pro display, with the MacBook Air coming in a later model with the same display.