Apple announced its WorldWide Developer Conference (WWDC) 2014Â for developers will be held from June 2nd to June 6thÂ at the Moscone West Convention Center in San Francisco, California.
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.
A post on Weiphone.com and reported by MacRumors potentially sheds some light on upcoming changes to Apple’s MacBook notebook line as well as some details about the rumored iWatch. The poster has a track record of posting legitimate information, making these rumors more credible than other leaks.
One reassuring feature of the Mac was its camera indicator light that glows when an app is accessing the front camera. This feature protects you from spying eyes that want to activate the camera to film you as go about your business. Mac owners believed they were safe as long as the indicator light was off, but that assumption is unfortunately wrong says a new research paper.
Best Buy is hoping you’ll want to walk out with more than just an iPad Air this weekend. To entice the expected influx of Apple fans coming into the store to either buy or ogle the iPad Air, the retailer is offering a promotion on the MacBook Air, the non-Retina MacBook Pro and iPad fourth generation.
Apple updated the 13-inch Retina MacBook Pro at an event earlier this week with a number of improvements including Intel’s new Haswell chip, and Iris integrated graphics, which has led to an increase of over 50 percent in graphics performance according to early benchmarks.