When Apple initially showed off the 2016 MacBook Pro with Touch Bar, they showed off a few apps, and showcased what it’s like to use the elongated touch panel.
For some owners of the late-2016 MacBook Pro, with or without the Touch Bar, graphics card issues have been causing headaches.
One of the features to get killed with Apple’s latest MacBooks is MagSafe, but was it worth the change?
One of the major bullet points for Apple’s new MacBook Pro with Touch Bar was its 10-hour battery life.
Black Friday and Cyber Monday might be over, but you will still find plenty of deals on Apple’s Mac lineup this December. Most of the deals are limited to Apple’s previous generation MacBook Pro lineup though, with supply constraints ensuring that no hefty discounts will be available on the 15-inch MacBook Pro with Touch Bar.
While your MacBook, MacBook Pro or MacBook Air itself can last you several years before it’s time to get a new one, the battery might not make it the entire way through. I bought my current MacBook Air five years ago and already replaced the battery once at the Apple Store. It didn’t die on me, but the health got so poor that I thought it was time for a fresh one.
PSA: Installing Windows on new MacBook Pro with Touch Bar Can Lead to Its Speakers Permanently Blowing [Updated]
Purchased one of the new MacBook Pro with Touch Bar from Apple and planning on installing Windows on it using Bootcamp? Better wait for some time then. Many MacBook Pro users with Touch Bar are reporting that after installing Windows through Bootcamp on their machines, they are hearing loud pops from the speaker even when it is muted.
As the years progress, older Apple-branded products find their way into the ever-expanding list of obsolete and/or vintage devices.
The new 2016 MacBook Pro is making it into more owners’ hands, and while most are probably happy with their brand new machine, some out there in the world are experiencing some issues.