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.
As expected, Apple has just launched updated 13-inch and 15-inch MacBook ProsÂ with faster versions of Intelâ€™s fourth-generation Haswell processors, and increased the RAM to 8GB for the 13-inch models and 16GB for the 15-inch models.
As expected, OS X Yosemite public beta is now available for download.
Intel has previously said that itsÂ next-generation lineup of 14-nanometer Broadwell chips,Â expected to be used in future models of the MacBook Air, MacBook Pro with Retina display and iMac, would be readyÂ by the holiday season. According to a new Chinese report out this morning, however, the processors could be pushed backÂ until early-to-mid 2015 because of multiple delays.Â
OS X 10.9.4 finally fixes annoying bug that prevented Macs from connecting to known Wi-Fi Networks and more
Alongside iOS 7.1.2, Apple also released an update to OS X Mavericks this morning. The OS X Update 10.9.4 brings a number of bug fixes and stability improvements as well as Safari 7.0.5.
It has only been five days since Apple seeded the last Beta build of Mac OS X Mavericks 10.9.4, but that hasn’t stopped the company from releasing another build to developers.