If you currently use a MacBook Pro, you’d know that its trackpad is one of its best features. It’s very responsive and easy to use. Its trackpad is definitely more than enough for doing daily tasks. However, some people do a lot of work requiring accuracy using their MacBook Pro such as photo-editing or gaming. […]
Are you currently panicking because your MacBook Pro won’t turn on? What if you’re almost out of power juice and you find that your MacBook Pro won’t charge? There are several reasons why your MacBook Pro won’t turn on or charge, so don’t panic. Some of these reasons might actually be really obvious and simple […]
This kit has been around for roughly two years – ever since the version of MacBook Pros came out containing soldered-in SSDs. According to their company reps, the tool is available directly from Apple. Other kits have surfaced on eBay – after considerable searching – and they are more expensive and are being promoted as […]
I know that I wasn’t the only one hoping against hope that new MacBooks were going to be part of the Let Us Loop You In event earlier this week, but we’re just going to have to wait till the next event. As usual, we’re already hearing rumors about the next event, which will certainly […]
Are you still putting your MacBook in that ratty old backpack from high school or college? Dump it! It’s time to up your bag game and carry your Apple gear in style! It’s tough to find a bag that’s just as cool as a shiny new MacBook, but we’re here to help. We’ve compiled this […]
Across the United States, college students and their parents are filling dorm rooms and backpacks with the essentials, but do you (or your college student) have the right gadgets for school? Buying quality gadgets now will save you money in the long run and ensure that you are ready for whatever college throws your way. […]
On the average, how many Apple devices do you have? I’d wager that you have quite a bunch and that you are no stranger to a cable spaghetti situation. Some get used to it. Others get irritated. If you own a MacBook Pro Retina, you might as well make sure that everything is nice, clean, […]
It’s not that this comes as a surprise. After all, anyone who has used the Retina MacBook Pro knows that the possibility of going back to a non-Retina device is practically nil. Sure, there is the price difference, but it’s easy to look at what the Retina MacBook Pro has going for itself. It’s thin […]
Apple’s latest (and last of ’13?) keynote event unveiled the next-gen, ultra-thin, Mini-inspired “iPad Air.” But there was loads more revealed and shown off at this massive event. This is what you need to know.
Apple discounts: you know you want ’em. We’re talking iPads, iPhones, iMacs, MacBooks, and more at the cheapest prices anywhere. Here’s your insider’s guide to hunting Apple discounts like a pro.
Thin is in. That seemed to be the prevailing message at Apple’s final media event in 2012, which just ended a short while ago. Apple showed off new, razor-thin iMacs, a 13″ MacBook Pro with Retina Display, and the long-awaited iPad Mini. Here’s a complete rundown of everything you need to know.
Apple sure knows how to make a sexy computer. On the WWDC stage today in San Francisco, Apple unveiled the long-rumored next-generation MacBook Pro, and it’s a stunner.
Yesterday Apple announced its refreshed line of MacBook Pros sporting the latest Sandybridge processors and AMD graphics processors complimented by Intel’s integrated graphics chip. However, the baseline MacBook Pro lacks a discrete GPU and is powered by Intel’s HD 3000. While some are decrying Apple for intentionally ditching Nvidia for Intel, the constraints of the […]
Amidst Apple’s MacBook Pro announcement was FaceTime’s official debut. The App which allows Mac users to video chat with their friends on OS X and iOS hit version 1.0 on the Mac App Store. A new feature of Apple’s newest MacBook Pros is the inclusion of a High Definition FaceTime video camera that supports 720p […]
The highlight of Apple’s MacBook Pro announcement is the inclusion of Intel’s newest high-speed data transfer data technology Thunderbolt. Despite it being a new standard, you can start using Thunderbolt today. High-Speed Data Transfer Thunderbolt is being billed by Apple and Intel as the successor to USB 3.0, Firewire and other high-speed data transfer protocols. […]