The last week in June sees dramatic price reductions on 13-inch and 15-inch MacBook Pros with instant discounts, free gift offers and coupon savings of up to $250 off MSRP. Early 2015 12-inch MacBooks are also $185-$350 off at authorized resellers -- all with free shipping and no sales tax in at least 46 states.
Is a 2015 MacBook Pro enough for 3D rendering? This question was originally answered on Quora by Jae Alexis Lee.
(Credit: Apple) The next 6 months should see a stream of cool products from Apple. Boring doesn't leap to mind. Last year saw the introduction of the 12-inch Retina MacBook and 12.9-inch iPad Pro. Both groundbreaking. (I say that as an everyday user of both.)The Apple Watch also became available in that [...]
The notorious Apple spinning rainbow disc has invaded the Rifftides mainframe computer, also known as a MacBook Pro. Several hours of the entire staff’s concerted technical efforts have failed to regain control. We can’t even illustrate the problem with a representation of the spinning disc because when we try to show it—guess what?—right, the real […]
Apple will soon pull out from its stores the 13-inch MacBook Pro legacy launched in 2008 based from recent reports that studied product lists of the technology company.
Apple seems to be constantly evolving its technology, and the Macbook Pro is no exception. Macbooks without retina display available are vanishing from store shelves, and this is no accident. Perhaps because Apple thinks people want Macbook Pros with the highest resolution, the tech company is keeping its older creations under wraps. Show More Summary
Much has been written about the imminent death of the 3.5mm headphone jack in the past months, and especially this week, now that it’s almost a given that the iPhone – cough – 7 will not have one. Apple is at the receiving end of plenty of criticism, much of it being rather obtuse and unwarranted. Show More Summary
The legacy MacBook Pro, the one with a spinning disc drive and a low-res screen, may soon be replaced by a new generation of machines.
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According to a new report, Apple has started removing its non-Retina MacBook Pro from show floors, indicating it may be gearing up to launch a refreshed version of the laptop. As reported by AppleInsider, some stores are no longer placing...Show More Summary
I mentioned in an opinion piece back in April that while Apple still sells a single non-Retina MacBook Pro model, it does its best to tuck it away out of sight – not mentioned at all on the main MacBook Pro page, and hidden at the bottom of the ‘buy‘ page. Show More Summary
The end of the line might be near for Apple's legacy, non-Retina MacBook Pro. According to Apple Insider, the device is being pulled from showfloors in multiple stores in the U.S. While not very prominent in Apple's online store, the...Show More Summary
Originally spotted in a report from Apple Insider, and verified by TNW, Apple is clearing its retail locations of the legacy (non-Retina) 13-inch MacBook Pro. After phoning half a dozen Apple stores in and near San Diego, TNW found that...Show More Summary
Apple Stores are beginning to remove the 13-inch non-Retina MacBook Pro from their showfloors, in what may be a sign the company is preparing to completely phase out the product with a spinning optical disc drive, AppleInsider discovered on Monday.
“Now the Chinese are talking s–t about us, too?” My friend Keba semiwhispered, wide-eyed, leaning into her MacBook Pro. We were sitting side by side in the café, and she had just complained about how much time Facebook was sucking. “What happened?” I asked without turning away from my screen, brow wrinkled, frustrated from my […]
WWDC came and went without any new hardware, but new APIs found in the recently released beta of MacOS Sierra seem to confirm that a MacBook Pro with a customizable OLED touch panel is in fact on the way. Specifically, Mac Generation...Show More Summary
Rumor has it that Apple has been working on an ambitious update for the MacBook Pro. The new MacBook Pro will feature the new Intel Skylake processors as well as a brand new design with a couple of nifty additions. Read More
A number of system control files discovered in Apple's latest macOS Sierra reference options for a potentially customizable LED interface, adding fuel to recent rumors of an OLED touch bar-equipped MacBook Pro.