The 2015 and 2016 variants of the MacBook support USB 3.1, but they are both limited to the Gen 1 bandwidth speeds of 5Gbps. Now, as per some code discovered by 9to5Mac in the latest macOS Sierra beta, it seems that Apple will be adding support for USB 3.1 Gen 2 to its upcoming Macs.
A few days back, Bloomberg reiterated rumors that Apple was planning the first significant overhaul of the MacBook Pro in four years.
Apple’s big MacBook Pro redesign, which is expected to come with a new OLED touchbar above its keyboard, won’t be unveiled at its iPhone 7 event next month, according to a new report from Bloomberg.
Rumors about the next-generation MacBook Pro refresh point to them coming with a Touch ID sensor. However, it has remained unclear until now on how exactly Apple plans on integrating the sensor.
After years of rumors, Xiaomi today launched its first notebook, the Mi Notebook Air. The company will be offering the laptop in two different screen sizes: 13.3-inch and 12.5-inch.
Once a year, Amazon has its Prime Day, which offers a plethora of discounts on items from the digital storefront, but only for folks who are subscribed to the Prime service.
The latest numbers from market research company IDC reveals that Apple has fallen to the fifth position in terms of overall PC volume shipment in the second quarter of 2016. The company managed to ship a total of 4.4 million Macs compared to 4.8 million units it shipped the same time last year.
Apple’s no stranger to seeing plenty of attention from other companies, but usually that ire comes from the likes of Samsung. Not this time, as Lenovo jumps onto the bandwagon making fun of Apple and Apple’s fans.
Way back in 2012 was the last time Apple updated the MacBook Pro without a Retina display, and if a new report is any indicator, it could be nearing the end times for the legacy laptop.
Rumor has it that Apple plans on launching the biggest upgrade to its MacBook Pro lineup to date, which will reportedly include an OLED touch bar above the keyboard.