It’s been over a year since Apple released the first 12-inch MacBook, and those initial reviews came in it painted a picture of a beautiful computer with a keyboard, and a single port, that would probably be perfect if it had more ports and was faster.
If watching great tech get destroyed for no good reason makes you sad, look away now. In the video below, Apple’s brand new 12-inch MacBook gets sliced open by an angle grinder, and somehow manages to stay alive throughout most of the gruesome operation.
The iFixit team has torn down the new 12-inch Rose Gold MacBook from Apple to reveal all its internals. The team notes that from the outside, the new MacBook looks exactly the same as its predecessor, with the new Rose Gold finish being the only key differentiator between the two.
Best Buy typically offers discounts on Apple products frequently enough, and the big box retailer is back again with a new offer for a variety of items.
Apple introduced its refreshed 12-inch MacBook on Tuesday, with faster Skylake processors, better battery life, and a new Rose Gold color option. But there are some things you should know that you might not find on Apple’s website.
The early-2016 MacBook has only just been announced by Apple today, and already early GeekBench scores are trickling in.
Apple today updated its 12-inch MacBook with faster Core M processors from Intel and a new Rose Gold finish. At first, these might seem to be the only changes between the 2015 and 2016 12-inch MacBook, but dig deeper and you will see that Apple has made quite a few other changes as well.
Earlier today, Apple announced an updated 12-inch MacBook, which features a faster processor, a new Rose Gold color, and more.
Apple today refreshed its 12-inch MacBook with Intel’s sixth-generation Core M processors. Clocked at up to 1.3GHz, the processor is capable of reaching speeds of as high as 3.1GHz through Turbo Boost. It also supports faster 1866MHz RAM and features an Intel HD Graphics 515 that delivers up to 25% percent graphics performance.
It’s been just about a year since Apple released the 12-inch MacBook, which means it’s about time for a refresh. And Best Buy is sparking hope that it might be happening soon.