One of the limitations of Apple’s M1 Macs is that they do not come with user-upgradeable RAM or storage. However, it looks like technicians in China have managed to find a workaround for this limitation as well.
A user, fed up with the cooling system of his Intel MacBook Pro, has added an external water cooling system to his machine. He claims that he has seen a significant bump in its performance, and hasn’t heard the fans since its installation.
A new report, published today, claims that Apple is planning two new Apple Silicon MacBook for this year’s end. The report highlights that the company is targeting the second half of 2021 for its mass production.
Apple’s M1 Macs have set a new standard with their performance and battery life. However, they are not without their fair share of issues. It was recently reported that the SSD usage on M1 Macs is unnecessarily high, which could greatly shorten their lifespan. If you are worried about your Mac’s SSD health, here’s how you can check it.
Reputed Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo in his latest investor’s note claims that Apple will launch a redesigned MacBook Pro later this year featuring an SD card reader and an HDMI port.
Following the release of the M1 MacBook Pro in November last year, Apple has now started selling refurbished units of the machine on its online store in the United States and Canada. Refurbished Macs from Apple carry the same standard one-year warranty as new retail products, with their benefit being that they carry a 15% lower price tag.
Apple has filed a new mysterious product, code-named ‘B2002’, in the Bluetooth SIG database. The new product is filed under the same listing as M1 MacBooks.
After detailing the 2020 MacBook Pro refresh, a new report has detailed the design changes for the upcoming MacBook Air refresh. The redesigned MacBook Air is expected to launch in the second half of this year or in 202 depending on the development cycle.
A Bloomberg report also details that Apple is working on a major upgrade for the MacBook Pro lineup, though it differs in some aspects from Kuo’s claims.
Apple is rumored to be working on 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro refresh with its M1x chip. Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has now provided some more details about the upcoming MacBook Pro refresh from the company which includes some major changes and the removal of the Touch Bar.