13" Macbook Pro 2020 Unboxing

If you have read this blog for a while or follow me on any of my social media accounts you will know I have been saving up since the start of the year to purchase myself a Macbook. Well the time has finally come and I have picked up the Macbook Pro 13" 2020 I opted for the version that was £1799 due to it having 4 ports however, I got this on offer for £1651 which was great as it meant I got to keep a little extra money in my savings. 

So as I say I opted for the £1799 model which has the following specifications : 
13.3 inch retina LED backlit display
True tone technology 2560 by 1600 pixels
2.0GHz Quad core Intel Core i5 with 6MB shared L3 Cache
Turbo boost up to 3.8GHz
16GB of 3733MHz LPDDR4X memory
512GB PCIe-based SSD
Intel Iris Plus Graphics
Four Thunderbolt 3 (USB-C) ports
Headphone jack
Stereo speakers
Touch Bar & Touch ID 
Fullsize backlit magic keyboard
WIFI & Bluetooth
Facetime HD Camera

I picked this up as my HP Stream just wasn't cutting it anymore, it was always running out of storage and to be honest I could even run faster than it. So to get the most out of the plans I have for the blogs in the future I made the jump and invested in this Macbook which will hopefully last me a long time. So into the unboxing we go... 

As soon as you lift the lid of the box you are greeted with your Macbook, I got mine in the silver colour and I love how clean it looks. The Macbook is protected by a kind of film that is super easy to get off and leaves no marks on your Macbook. 

Once you lift out the Macbook you have your USB-C charging cable and the instructions nicely tucked away into the packaging. 

When you lift up the instructions you get the power brick and adaptor and to be honest I heard the power brick was big but it shocked me just how big it is. The fact you can take the plug part off though is going to make it so much easier to transport it around. 

Of course in with the instructions you get the Apple stickers and to be honest I only actually opened the instructions to see if these were in there, it's not like I even have anything to use them for though. 

As I said earlier I picked up the Macbook with the 4 USB ports so I have two on either side followed by the headphone jack on the right. I am so glad that this has an option for a headphone jack if needed but to be honest I am sure that I won't be using this too often. I actually love how these look at the side of the Macbook as it doesn't take away from the design too much. 

Opening up the laptop it was nicely protected and I absolutely love the back keys on the silver back. I also love the touch bar too and I think this could come in nice and handy for me in the future. 

So there you have it that is the unboxing of my first ever Macbook, keep checking back on the blog as over the next few months there are going to be plenty more Macbook related posts coming up. 

What do you think to Macbook's? Are you a fan?

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