According to analyst Ming Chi-Kuo of KGI Securities, Apple has some noteworthy upgrades planned for the MacBook and MacBook Pro lineup.
Soon after the public launch of the late-2016 MacBook Pro, issues arose regarding the company’s published expectations for battery life, and real world results.
Apple launched a new MacBook Pro lineup in late-2016, which include sharp and color-rich displays, but a change could be on the horizon.
Earlier in 2016, Intel made its 7th-generation Kaby Lake officially official, but for Macs the wait would continue until 2017.
Apple’s not keen on putting a touchscreen in its Mac lineup, which left an opening for Neonode to fill in the perceived gap.
Phew, 2016 is almost over. And it’s been a rough one. For everyone, including Apple. It wasn’t their best year – from financial letdowns to letting down loyalists. But there were some good moments in there. So let’s do a recap of all the good and bad moments from the past year. And because it’s 2016 and this is what we’ve become, let’s start with the bad.
Not too long ago, Apple unveiled the new MacBook Pro lineup, which includes a Touch Bar and . . . not much else.
Looking for some last minute deals on Mac this Christmas? While you will not find deals as enticing as what you find during Black Friday or Cyber Monday, many retailers are still offering attractive discounts on Apple’s Mac lineup.
Apple’s Phill Schiller today tweeted that the company is working with Consumer Reports to “understand” their battery tests. He also said that their results do not match Apple’s own extensive lab tests or field data.