The relevance of the Macbook Pro 13 (late 2013) to 2019?
All kind time of day! Going to get Macbook Pro 13 2013 on the secondary market. Need to study, in particular the maintenance of electronic notes, and simple household tasks. Plans to take 8GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage. Choosing between Air and Pro, but still the Retina display took its toll.
So, will there be enough of his power for everyday tasks (and possibly programming)? Will this laptop? If so, for how long?
For the described task enough. Importantly, the internal drive was an SSD and in good condition.
The RAM might want to expand as much as possible. 13 inch screen, in my opinion, too small. Better 15". But you can connect an external monitor.
Use including prošek 2008 to 2011 for music and programming, both replaced the drives on the SSD, RAM to the maximum (4 and 16) – quite the workhorses.
An important limitation of the hardware – the latest version of OS X that will turn on them to install. For example, MBP 2008's El Capitan, for the 2011 High Sierra. More new OS X they will not rise.
Karlee_Ward26 answered on March 23rd 20 at 19:42
I have a late 2013 8/256. Enough for everything. I am a developer. The unit is fully satisfied, do not plan to change at least a couple of years.
julien answered on March 23rd 20 at 19:44
I now got a late 2011 17" and it is enough for all tasks.