Earlier this month, Apple updated the MacBook Air lineup with True Tone support and lowered its price tag by $100 while at it. At first glance, it looked like these were all the changes that Apple had made. However, as testing by Consomac reveals, the 2019 MacBook Air features a slower SSD than the outgoing model.
Amazon’s Prime Day is almost here and the retailer has already made deals on some hotly anticipated products live. This includes some pretty sweet discount on Apple’s MacBook lineup.
The recently launched base 13-inch MacBook Pro has received the iFixit treatment and has been torn down to reveal all its internals.
Earlier this week, Apple announced an update for the base 13-inch MacBook Pro. As part of the update, the new 13-inch MacBook Pro now comes with TouchID and is powered by Intel 8th Gen processors. Expectedly, benchmark tests of the new machine have started trickling in.
The rumors about the upcoming 16-inch MacBook Pro keeps trickling in. The latest report by Economic Daily News mentions that the new MacBook Pro will enter production only in the last quarter of this year.
Apple today announced a price cut for its Retina MacBook Air lineup. The revised pricing means the new MacBook Air starts from $1,099 instead of its usual price of $1299.
Apple has been criticized for the unreliable butterfly keyboards on its MacBook’s. The butterfly keyboards were first introduced in 2015. Recently we reported on how Apple is likely to ditch butterfly keyboard altogether and instead go with scissor-switch type. Now Apple has extended keyboard service program for all the MacBooks from 2015 to 2019.
Recently, Apple had recalled select 15-inch MacBook Pro citing issues with the battery. The company stated that battery issues will potentially lead to overheating and other safety hazards. Apple offered to replace the battery for the affected MacBook’s for free and warned users to stop using the machine.
A new unreleased MacBook Pro model has appeared on FCC documents. The FCC filings talk about a model number A2159 which is registered to Apple and is referred to as “Laptop computer.” Interestingly Apple laptop bearing A2159 model number was also spotted in the Eurasian Economic Commission database.