"MacBook Pro with faster performance and new features for pros
Now with 8th-generation 6-core processors, up to 32GB of system memory, up to 4TB of super fast SSD storage, new True Tone technology in its Retina display and Touch Bar, the Apple T2 chip for enhanced security and a third-generation quieter keyboard packed into its thin and light aluminum design with all-day battery life, it's the best notebook for pro users.
The new MacBook Pro models with Touch Bar feature 8th-generation Intel Core processors, with 6-core on the 15-inch model for up to 70 percent faster performance and quad-core on the 13-inch model for up to two times faster performance - ideal for manipulating large data sets, performing complex simulations, creating multi-track audio projects or doing advanced image processing or film editing...
15-Inch MacBook Pro Highlights
6-core Intel Core i7 and Core i9 processors up to 2.9 GHz with Turbo Boost up to 4.8 GHz
Up to 32GB of DDR4 memory
Radeon Pro (555X or 560X) discrete graphics with 4GB of video memory
Up to 4TB of SSD storage
13-Inch MacBook Pro Highlights
Quad-core Intel Core i5 and i7 processors up to 2.7 GHz with Turbo Boost up to 4.5 GHz and double the eDRAM
Intel Iris Plus integrated graphics 655 with 128MB of eDRAM
Up to 16GB of LPDDR3 memory
Up to 2TB of SSD storage
(Both have True Tone display technology, Apple T2 Chip, Touch Bar and Touch ID.)
Starting at $1,799 and $2,399 respectively, the updated 13-inch MacBook Pro models with Touch Bar and 15-inch MacBook Pro models with Touch Bar are available today through apple.com and in select Apple retail stores and Apple Authorized Resellers later this week."
More details are Apple's MacBook Pro product page and Tech Specs page. (The press release notes the new MacBook Pro is also part of the Back to School promotion.) BTW: If you're buying a loaded configuration, I'd get AppleCare considering the cost of the system and expensive soldered-in components. Often any hardware issues are infant failures (within standard warranty period), but considering a loaded 15in model can cost $6000+, I'd want the AppleCare extension. (Configurations costing that much really should come with more than 1 year warranty standard IMO.)
"New Release 396.148
CUDA driver update to support CUDA Toolkit 9.2, macOS 10.13.5 and NVIDIA display driver 318.104.22.168.35.106.
(The 322.214.171.124.35.106 graphics driver was released June 4th for macOS 10.13.5.) Supported macOS - 10.13.x"
The "Additional Information" tab on the download page has install info.
Here's a direct download for CUDA 396.148. (You can also check for updates via Nvidia Prefs panel.)
Little Snitch v4.1.2 (per release notes)
- Fixed a memory leak in the Little Snitch kernel extension.
- Fixed an issue that could occur when writing files to NFS network shares.
(If you need support for developer preview of macOS Mojave, use latest Nightly Build.)