Apple is said to be developing a new generation of Mac computers that will make use of the company’s new in-house processor. According to new reports from Bloomberg, Apple has started testing at least nine Mac models with four different M2 chips, indicating that the company is planning to launch them. Continue reading “Apple said to be testing M2 chips for MacBook Pro, Air, Mac Pro and mini”
After the issue of sticking and non-responsive keys, the Cupertino giant Apple launched new MacBook Pro and MacBook Air models last year with the 3rd-gen butterfly keyboard. Now, as per the recent WSJ report, some customers are still experiencing these issues. Continue reading “Apple acknowledges latest MacBook keyboard issues”
Apple is facing a class action lawsuit that accuses the company of not installing vent filters in MacBooks and iMacs, leading to lower processor speeds and screen smudges from trapped dust resulting in expensive repairs. Hagens Berman is the firm handling the case. Continue reading “Apple hit with class action lawsuit over the lack of vent filters in MacBook, iMacs causing trapped dust”
Apple has scheduled an event on October 30th but ahead of the launch, Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo shared some details on what to expect from the event as well as information on other products that we might see from Apple in late 2018 or early 2019. According to Kuo, there will be an updated iPad Mini along with the regular Pro model. Continue reading “Apple to introduce iPad Mini, iPad Pro, AirPods 2 with Hey-Siri, updated MacBooks and more on October 30th: Kuo”
Apple recently scheduled ‘Gather Round’ special event on September 12th where the company is expected to introduce its new iPhones, iPad, MacBooks, Apple Watch, and much more. The company’s new iPhone line-up includes a 6.5-inch OLED iPhone XS Max, 5.8-inch OLED iPhone X successor – iPhone XS and a cheaper 6.1-inch LCD model called iPhone Xr all with a notch, Face ID with the gesture-based control system and new A12 processor. Continue reading “Here’s what to expect from Apple’s iPhone event on September 12”
According to the latest report from Bloomberg, Apple is said to be working on a new low-cost laptop and a professional-focused upgrade to the Mac mini desktop that will be launched later this year. The upcoming laptop will look similar to the current MacBook Air but will feature thinner bezels around the screen. Continue reading “Apple said to be working on new Mac mini desktop and low-cost MacBook for this year”
Ming-Chi Kuo of TF International Securities is back with yet another new investor’s note and this time according to the analyst, Apple is said to be working on launching 11-inch iPad Pro, refreshed Mac mini, Apple watch with large display, Airpower in fall. The newly updated portfolio will join the three iPhone models; 5.8″ OLED model, a new 6.5″ OLED model, and a new 6.1″ LCD variant. Continue reading “Apple will launch 11-inch iPad Pro, refreshed Mac mini, Apple watch with larger display, AirPower charger in fall: Kuo”
Apple today has introduced a new MacBook & MacBook Pro service program that will cover a small percentage of users who might be facing ticky, repeated characters or unresponsive keys. The program says that the process “may involve the replacement of one or more keys or the whole keyboard. Continue reading “Apple finally acknowledges ‘sticky keyboard’ issues on MacBooks, to offer free fix and refunds for past repairs”
Apple has been hit with class action suit over MacBook, MacBook Pro butterfly switch keyboard failures. The complaint lodged in the Northern District Court of California claims that owners of MacBook models manufactured from 2015 and MacBook Pro models produced from 2016 feating the company’s butterfly keyboard mechanism have experienced some type of failure. Continue reading “Apple hit with class action suit over MacBook, MacBook Pro butterfly keyboard issues”
Apple is busy prepping an entry-level MacBook that is likely to launch at the WWDC in June falling in line with the earlier report from KGI. The security analyst in his report said that he is expecting total shipments of MacBook models will grow 10-15% YoY in 2018. Continue reading “Apple said to launch entry-level Retina MacBook in June”
Apple is said to be working on three new MacBooks with company’s homegrown co-processors similar to the T2 chip seen in the iMac Pro and the T1 chip on the 2016 MacBook Pro, according to a new report from Bloomberg. The report further claims that Apple is expected to launch new iPad towards the end of this year. Continue reading “Apple said to be working on three MacBooks with Apple co-processors, new iPad expected this fall”
Apple is planning to refresh its MacBook lineup this year at its Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) next month, according to a latest report from Bloomberg. The company is expected to announce an upgraded version Macbook Pro and the 12-inch Macbook with faster processors. Continue reading “Apple said to announce a new MacBook lineup at WWDC 2017”
A new patent from Apple published by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) describes a way by which you can dock your iPhone into the MacBook-like shell and power it using the smartphone. Titled as Electronic accessory device, the patent application was first discovered by Apple Insider.
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The convergence of technology has led to many beautiful innovations in terms of gadgets. While smartphones have come a long way in terms of providing almost everything that a user needs to get their work done, there are times that you still need a laptop to get things done just that much quicker and better. However, up until the introduction of the original Macbook Air, laptops were definitely a big deal to carry around. They were thick, bulky and at the end of the day could potentially give you severe backache. The Macbook Air changed all that. It showed how easy and effortless it can be to carry around a laptop. This brought about the Ultrabook era with most manufacturers pushing for thinner and lighter designs while trying to increase functionality. Despite all this, it would be difficult to say that Windows offering have been superior because they weren’t. Apple broke barriers again with the new Macbook that did everything the original Air promised to do and more in a smaller form factor which was considered to be near impossible. Since then, many manufacturers have been trying to play catch up and now with the Asus Zenbook 3, we possibly have one that can not just catch up but also lead the race. Let’s take a look at how far we’ve come with compact computing.
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