According to DigiTimes, citing Taiwan-based supply chain sources,Â Apple will launch a thinner MacBook by late 2014 or early 2015.Â The report claims that Apple manufacturing partners haveÂ began production of components for the next-generation MacBook in small volumes as the launch of the notebook approaches.Â
There have long been rumors about a 12-inch Retina MacBook Air, and Intel today said that the 14nm Broadwell chip, a key component of the rumored device, would ship in time for the holiday season.
Following a reference to a mid-2014 model Mac mini that was recently uncovered on an Apple support page for Boot Camp, and later removed, it has now been reported that a mid-2014 model 27-inch iMac was also briefly listed on the same page. Apple has yet to release a new Mac mini or 27-inch iMac this year, hinting that updates could be on the horizon.Â
Retina MacBook Pro refresh rumored for tomorrow, including faster Haswell processors and 16 GB of RAM [updated]
Apple could be preparing to refresh its Retina MacBook Pro lineup with improved hardware as soon as tomorrow, according to a pair of reports that surfaced over the weekend and this morning. The ultra-slim notebooksÂ could be upgraded with fasterÂ Haswell processors and increased RAM under the hood, with each model retaining the same price point as the previous generation.Â
It has been widely been rumored that Apple will launch a 12-inch MacBook Air later this year.
As we move closer towards WWDC 2014, more rumors have emerged, predicting the announcements Apple will be making at they keynote, scheduled for June 2nd. We already know Apple will preview major upgrades to Mac OS X, and iOS at the conference, but the folks at 9to5Mac have a lot moreÂ information about the announcements.
According to supply chain sources cited by Digitimes, Apple is working on a MacBook Air featuring a Retina display with launch expected later this year. It is very likely that this could be the much rumored 12-inch MacBook that the company is allegedly working on, although there’s no confirmation of that as of yet.
One of the main reasons for iPhone warranty claims is cracked and broken screens.
With the iPhone 5Â and iPhone 5s, Apple addressed part of the problem by replacing the glass back casing with anodized aluminum with inlays along the top and bottom made ofÂ Â ceramic glass (on the white and silver model) or pigmented glass (on the black and slate model).