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Following Apple’s “Spring Forward” media event on Monday, Apple has brought back the online Apple Store with all of the announcements. Most notably, customers can now check out all of the features and pricing for the Apple Watch, and have the ability to see pricing and configurations for the new Retina MacBook that was announced during the event. 

For Apple Watch customers, Apple also released a sizing guide to help them find which of the wearable will fit them best.

Furthermore, Apple has made the upgraded MacBook Air and MacBook Pro available for purchase. The MacBook Pro has been updated with the Force Touch trackpad, along with fifth-generation Intel Core processors, 2x faster flash storage, and up to 10 hours of battery life. The MacBook Air has gained a performance boost with fifth-gen Intel Core processors and Thunderbolt 2.

Source: Apple

  • Saria Hajjar

    It’s back down 🙁
    I’m so excited to buy my MacBook Pro with the new awesome features!

  • Jordan Agaran Riley

    The pricing for these bands are kind of ridiculous in my opinion :/

    $100 extra for a leather band? Or $250 to get the band separately by itself?

    • diggitydang

      Said about every Apple product ever… hahahah… I agree with you…

    • vbtwo31984

      I’m sure shortly after the watch comes out you’ll be able to buy tons of aftermarket bands for a lot less than Apple’s price. They’ll just copy the mechanism to connect to the watch and that’s it.