Apple will introduce a new 13-inch Retina MacBook and drop the entire MacBook Air lineup later this year, according to reliable KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. The move means the MacBook Air won’t get the Retina display upgrade many fans had been waiting for.
KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo — known for his accurate track record of predicting Apple’s future plans — in his new report says that Apple will be launching a thinner and lighter revamped MacBook Pro this year. Beside these cosmetic changes, the new MacBook Pro(s) will also feature Touch ID and an OLED display located above the keyboard.
A substantial number of MacBook Pro owners have been plagued by system freezes after installing Apple’s latest OS X El Capitan update. The version 10.11.4 release causes systems to become completely unresponsive for no apparent reason, forcing users to hard reboot.
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.