On a yearly basis, Apple launches a limited-time promotion specifically built for students going back to school.
Apple is expected to introduce new MacBooks within the coming months, according to reliable KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. It is thought 2016 will be a big year for the MacBook lineup, particularly in enterprise markets.
This week saw the arrival of the yearly International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada kick off. And, as usual, there were a lot of products shown off. Some of which had something to do with Apple.
Apple had a busy year in 2015 with new product launches, familiar upgrades, and a host of new software. There was a lot of good to choose from this year.
Griffin introduces BreakSafe Magnetic USB-C Power Cable for the 12-inch MacBook; Travel Power Bank for Apple Watch
The 12-inch Retina MacBook introduced a lot of things, including a USB-C charging port, but it also ditched the MagSafe design for that essential port, too.
While the interviews held by Charlie Rose for 60 Minutes and its “Inside Apple” special weren’t all that hard-hitting, there was at least one interesting detail that arose from the episode.
A survey recently conducted by Consumer Reports shows that MacBooks are still at the top when it comes to customer satisfaction and reliability. The survey saw more than 58,000 participants who purchased a laptop between 2010 through 2015.