Rumors have run rampant for quite some time now that Apple will include facial recognition technology in the upcoming iPhone 8.
If you’ve held onto a Retina MacBook Pro (2012-2015), and feel capable enough to dig around under the hood, iFixIt has a new kit that can extend the life of your device.
Many have heard of Tony Fadell since his days as the founder of Nest, which was eventually acquired by Google. He only left Nest last year after the company’s products failed to build traction in the industry. Fadell is now opening up about his time with Apple prior to co-founding Nest, in an interview with Wired. He also shared some tidbits on the products that were developed during his tenure with the Cupertino giant.
Apple’s fine tuning of macOS High Sierra, the newest desktop operating system from the company, means vast improvements to the software running on iMacs and MacBooks.
Intel Unveils New Core i9 X-Series Processors with up to 18 Cores; Provides More Information about Coffee Lake Architecture
Intel today kicked off Computex by announcing its new Core X lineup of CPUs and providing more details about its upcoming Coffee Lake architecture.
Shipping estimates can fluctuate, seemingly at random, and can change depending on a variety of factors. Sometimes it doesn’t mean anything, and, maybe like now, sometimes it might.
The latest data from TrendForce claims that Apple shipped 3.4 million MacBook units in Q1, 2017 to claim the fifth spot behind the likes of HP, Lenovo, and Asus in the laptop segment. Despite all the negative criticism, the TrendForce report claims that the new MacBook Pro with Touch Bar was well received by customers.
This year’s Worldwide Developers Conference, set to take place in early June, is starting to sound more and more like a hardware event.
Back in March, Apple began adding the late-2016 MacBook Pro to its lineup of refurbished units up for sale on its online store.