Apple is reportedly looking at using its own Mac CPUs for the upcoming MacBook Pro. However, placing an all-new candidate for the core of the newer laptops, Intel announced a new high-end CPU that has the potential to make it to the 15-inch MacBook Pro refresh. This week, Intel introduced the new six-core i9 processor
Apple is reportedly working on three new Mac devices with company's own custom coprocessor similar to the T1 chip introduced with the launch of 2016 MacBook Pro, and T2 chip found on the iMac Pro. It is not clear which Mac device series will get the new custom Apple silicon. According to Bloomberg, Apple is
Apple's World Wide Developer's Conference (WWDC 2017) is all set to kick off starting June 5. Being a developer focused event, Apple is expected to unveil the new iOS 11 for iPhones and iPads, new macOS for MacBooks, watchOS 3.0 for Apple Watch and more. Siri-powered speaker to compete with Google Home and Amazon Alexa is also expected. While WWDC has typically seen software-centric announcements, current rumors hint that Apple may also announce refreshed MacBook lineup, new iPad Pro 2 and more.
A Microsoft patent for a device with e-ink dual display has surfaced online and speculations are rife that it could be the next Surface device. While Microsoft Surface phones have long been rumored, the device will most likely be a tablet instead of a phone. While there have been dual display devices in the past, the Microsoft patent is slightly different from those phones.
Apple iPhone 8 rumors have intensified in the recent past, and the latest tries to put at least one question to rest -- will the iPhone 8 be metal or glass? The answer seems to be both. US Patent & Trademark Office has recently published a patent for liquid metal back (metallic glass) by Apple, and it will most likely feature in iPhone 8.
Apple s new MacBook Pro created quite a stir for its all-new Touch Bar that replaces the traditional function-key row on the previous model. Gadget repair firm iFixit took over the task of tearing down the Touch Bar variant of the MacBook Pro, and revealed that it is next to impossible to get it repaired! The MacBook Pro with Touch Bar scores just one out of ten on iFixit s repairability scale which means repairing the uber-expensive laptop is a herculean task.
Apple will be soon releasing its new set of MacBooks. The company has sent out invites for its hello again event scheduled for October 27. Even before its official announcement, a lot of rumors and speculations have been doing the rounds hinting at an all-new MacBook Pro that will bring in major upgrades and enhancements. Less than a week to the official launch, new rumors have cropped up suggesting that Apple might ditch the function row on its next MacBook and instead bring in a secondary mini display that will be called as the Magic Toolbar .
Apple has kicked off a Repair Extension program for MacBook Pro users facing video issues. The program has kicked off in US and Canada, and will extend to other countries including India on February 27.
Snapdeal has become somewhat infamous for sending out stuff that a person hasn t ordered. Remember the marble stones in place of an iPhone 4S or a bar of Vim soap in place of a Samsung Galaxy Core 2? The ecommerce site has done it again leaving another customer frustrated. Update: A Snapdeal spokesperson has replied to our query saying, At Snapdeal.com, we strive to ensure that we offer our customers the best products at best prices. Unfortunately in the said case, due to an error at our end, the wrong product was delivered to the customer. This is deeply regretted. We identified this issue early and have already established contact with the customer. The correct order will be delivered to him with 24 hours. We have also compensated the customer for the inconvenience caused and have rectified the root cause of this aberration.
India is famous for wanting cheap substitutes and discounts. So when a man was offered an iPhone 6, 5S, iPad 4 and a Macbook Pro for Rs 51,000, what did he do? Yes, he grabbed the offer. However, he was in for a shock when he found out that the bag where all the contents were earlier placed, just had one large heavy brick in it. Guess, there are really no short cuts in life.
It's essentially an 11.6-inch Android tablet, but one that seems to think it's a Chromebook or a laptop. For a start, it has a slide-out keyboard and behind the IPS display is a very potent Intel Haswell Core i5 processor.
Earlier tonight, Apple unveiled its updated MacBook Pros with Retina Displays. Both the new 13-inch and 15-inch MacBook Pros with Intel Haswell processors inside are available in India from today with prices starting at Rs 99,900.
Apple has just launched its new MacBook Pro Retina Display 13-inch and 15-inch variants. The MacBook Pro Retina Display 13-inch is lighter and thinner, weighing 3.46 pounds, 0.71-inches thin. The new Haswell processor provides up to 9 hours of video playback. It also sports Wi-Fi 802.11 ac and Thunderbolt 2, twice as fast as previous generation Thunderbolt. The base version with 4GB of RAM and 128GB SSD starts from $1,299, which is $200 cheaper than the previous base version.
If you are a college student, then this is the time to purchase a MacBook Pro as Apple is offering massive discounts. As it always does before the beginning of the college season, Apple is offering a discount of Rs 12,000 on the MacBook Pro for students in India. This means the MacBook Pro range now starts from Rs 69,900.
We have just received word that Apple s newly launched MacBook Pro, including the 15-inch model with the Retina Display is now retailing on eBay India. The 13-inch model of the upgraded MacBook Pro is now available for Rs 74,900 (MRP Rs 81,900), while the base model for the 15-inch Retina display model is available for 1,39,900 (Rs 1,52,900). Additionally, the refreshed 15-inch MacBook Pro model, which features a 512GB SSD and a faster processor is available for Rs 1,79,900 (Rs 1,92,900). Read on for details.
With Apple s annual developer conference WWDC just 4 hours away, the guys at 9to5 Mac have received some substantial information regarding the new MacPro and MacBook Pro upgrades. In fact, the report also confirms that for the first time in two years Apple will unveil a new MacPro.
Apple is preparing to launch a completely revamped 15-inch MacBook Pro model this year, 9to5Mac reports citing trusted sources that have handled prototype casings and components. According to these sources, the 2012 MacBook Pro will be much thinner than the earlier ones and will lose the optical drive, just like the current MacBook Air. However, unlike the MacBook Air, the edges won't taper and will retain the contours of the existing MacBook Pro line-up.
For quite sometime we have been waiting for the latest upgraded models of Apple s MacBook Pro laptops and iMac All-in-One desktop. Today, two unknown benchmark scores popped up on the Geekbench website - MacBookPro9,1 and iMac13,2. Both of these models showed scores much higher than the current generation Sandy Bridge models, which can only mean only one thing, that these scores were from the newer Ivy Bridge models which are yet to be announced or of course, the scores are fake.
Apple s highly popular MacBook Pro notebook has gone without a redesign for the past three generations, but if a DigiTimes report is to believed a redesigned slimmer version of the notebook is already in production. The report claims, that Apple is targeting shipping between 100,000 and 150,000 units initially and expects that number with rise up to 900,000 units.
Apple reportedly plans to launch a slightly thicker (0.7mm) iPad in March with a dual-backlit display and a new high-resolution screen. It may be shown off in January if it’s ready in time, iLounge reports. In addition, iLounge cites its “most reliable source” in stating that Apple will likely launch the iPhone 5 next summer. In contrast to a number of rumors, the site says that the iPhone 5 does not have a tear-drop design. Instead, it will be 8mm longer than the current model and will sport a metal case as well as a 4-inch display. Lastly, Apple’s MacBook Pro line will be updated in 2012 and the new models will be thinner than the current generation notebooks, the report claims.