Take a tour: 13-inch MacBook Pro
Note: This guide is for the currently shipping MacBook Pro models. If you’re not sure which model you have or want to find information and documentation for other models, see the Apple Support article Identify your MacBook Pro model.
The 13-inch MacBook Pro has the following features. Not all features are available on all MacBook Pro models.
Thunderbolt / USB 4 port: Charge your computer, transfer data at Thunderbolt speeds (up to 40 Gbps), connect to a display or projector, USB 4 peripherals, and more. The ports can also charge devices, such as an iPad or a rechargeable trackpad or keyboard.
3.5 mm headphone jack: Plug in stereo headphones or external speakers to listen to your favorite music or movies. Use high-impedance headphones without a digital-to-analog converter or an amplifier.
Microphones: Record live music, make conference calls, and mix audio on the go. The three-microphone array on the MacBook Pro delivers studio-quality recordings with high signal-to-noise ratio and directional beamforming.
Speakers: The stereo speakers with high dynamic range support Spatial Audio. With Spatial Audio, you can enjoy an immersive, theater-like environment while watching videos with Dolby Atmos, rock out as if you’re in the front row when listening to songs on Apple Music, or feel as if you’re in the room with your friends and family while on FaceTime.
Touch Bar: The Touch Bar at the top of the keyboard dynamically adapts to the app you’re using. The Touch Bar is an extension of the keyboard—it presents intuitive shortcuts and application controls, when and where you need them. You can use familiar gestures like swipe and tap in the Touch Bar. See Magic Keyboard for MacBook Pro.
Touch ID (the power button): Press to turn on your MacBook Pro (or just lift the lid or press any key). When you first start up or restart, you need to log in by typing your password. To learn more about how to use Touch ID, see Magic Keyboard for MacBook Pro.
Force Touch trackpad: Control your MacBook Pro with gestures. The entire trackpad surface acts as a button so you can easily click anywhere. For more about using gestures, see MacBook Pro trackpad.