A new report claims that Apple is looking to permanently stop the production and sales of the 13-inch non-Retina MacBook Pros in the second half of 2014. This comes less than a year after its 15 inch sibling was discontinued.
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.
Pardon my ignorance, but I’m on a 2010 MacBook Pro, and my power connector is crazy strong. I have to yank it quite hard to remove it, sometimes to the point where I’m scared that I’ll break something. Apparently Apple has recently introduced new power connectors that are incredibly flimsy. So much so that some guy had to invent something called the “Snuglet”. It’s a metal ring that sits on your power connector and makes it more secure. How much does it cost? Depending on how early you give the guy money, between $12 and $19.