On July 29, Apple officially introduced refreshes to the 13- and 15-inch MacBook Pro with Retina display lineup, with slight tweaks under the hood for the new models. Now that they’re available, Other World Computing thought it would be the right thing to do to get them unboxed, test their SSDs, and maybe even show off the internal layout.
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With Apple’s next iPhone, or iPhones, still unofficial devices, analysts and supply chain watchers are still trying to get a feel for what’s coming down the pipe from the Cupertino-based company. A new report is echoing some claims that Apple’s use of sapphire glass in the iPhone 6 may not actually happen after all.
Apple refreshed the MacBook product lineup earlier today with new 13-inch and 15-inch Retina MacBook Pros that feature improved specs. The new Macs have already started showing up in Geekbench benchmark results, revealing gains in single and multi core performance.
At the beginning of June, Amazon updated the Kindle for iOS app to include the ability to listen to Audible audiobooks. Now the company has released a new update for the app, with a focus on syncing between devices, and other new features.
While we cover a lot of the smaller jailbreak tweaks that are released through the week in our jailbreak tweak roundups, every once in a while a larger tweak comes along. Most recently it was Hermes and Smart Search, and now we have an extension called bluePill that is worth a look. Read ahead for a closer look at the tweak.