When you’re in the market for a laptop that is portable, powerful and user friendly — it’s difficult to go past the convenience of an Apple MacBook. Be it the portable Air or the powerful Pro, you’re sure the find the right match for you. And did we mention the’re on sale right now? Yep, read on to catch some great savings. More »
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This is the Force Touch trackpad hidden inside the 12-inch MacBook and new MacBook Pro. It’s a close relative of the force-feedback tech inside the Apple Watch, but unlike a regular trackpad, there’s no click when you push against a Force Touch pad. Instead, a tiny vibration motor pushes back against your fingers. More »
When in doubt, push harder. At least, that's the approach Apple wants you to take with its new Force Touch trackpad.
Apple CEO Tim Cook excites fans, as he launched their newest notebook line during the March live event. Instead of naming it MacBook Air or MacBook Pro, the newest addition to the Apple is simply called MacBook.
Apple's new Force Touch trackpad offers pressure sensitive controls, which you can customize. Here's what you need to know.
You know how the iPhone and iPad plays a little chime when you plug it in? The new MacBook also does that. But sadly, the MacBook Air and MacBook Pro remain completely silent when they connect to juice — which … Read more ›
After noting that I planned and wrote a novel on my MacBook Pro 17, it might surprise you to learn that I did much of the editing on my iPad. I began the editing on my Macs – the Pro when I was at home, the Air when I was elsewhere. At that point, I still […]
After Apple revealed the new 12-inch Retina MacBook at its March "Spring Forward" event, the performance and speed of the sleek-but-slightly-underpowered machine came into question by many. Unlike the MacBook Air and MacBook Pro, the...Show More Summary
After their recent teardown of Apple's 2015 MacBook Pro, the master disassemblers at iFixit have gotten their hands on one of Apple's new, ultrathin MacBooks. And while it's no surprise that the machine is hard to crack open and repair...Show More Summary
We saw teardowns of the 2015 MacBook Air and Retina MacBook Pro last month, but now a Feng.com user has provided us with the first teardown of the all-new 12-inch MacBook. Apple heavily touted the internal design of the laptop during its unveil last month and today’s teardown gives us a closer look at what exactly […]
Apple’s superslim MacBook is the newest of Apple’s shiny line of laptops. But should you buy it, or go with a MacBook Air or MacBook Pro instead? We'll help you decide.
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Does anyone need to know more than the fact that the new 13 inch MacBook Pro shifts data at 1,500 megs per second so it can read a full DVD in approximately three seconds? Ok, so the new Macbook Pro is fast, but lets investigate whyShow More Summary
I was setting up my MacBook Pro with Retina display to work with a new external monitor today, thinking that when I connected to the monitor via HDMI and closed the lid, I’d see the display up on the new … Read more ›
It's been one busy month for reviews: Engadget has published seven in the past four weeks alone. That means we've got quite a few additions to our various buyer's guides. First up: the HTC One M9. No, we don't like the camera quite as...Show More Summary
The first set of price drops on new 13" Force Touch MacBook Pros are here, knocking $88 to $123 off Apple's 3 standard retail configs. Meanwhile, Amazon is blowing out a 256GB 13" MacBook Air at $900, Apple's lone 13" MacBook Pro with...Show More Summary
Grovemade, a company that specializes in wooden accessories for laptops and mobile devices, has introduced a wooden stand for laptops. The stand sits your MacBook Pro or MacBook Air at an angle, raising it up for better viewing. It gives...Show More Summary