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Opinion: iPad Pro can’t replace my Retina MacBook, but it’s the best entertainment iPad yet

When I reviewed the 12-inch MacBook with Retina display earlier this year, my one question was this: could I possibly use such a low power machine reliably for work? For blog posting and editing, switching between chat apps and email, and keeping up with a few Twitter accounts, the single-port MacBook is totally fine, and […]

First look: Apple's iPad Pro with 12.9-inch Retina display

Apple's new iPad Pro is here, boasting 5.6 million pixels packed into its 12.9-inch Retina display, along with a powerful A9X processor that actually outclasses the new 12-inch MacBook. AppleInsider offers a first look at the jumbo-sized, top-of-the-line iPad.

"Staingate" Is the New Annoying Problem Affecting Apple Customers

Though Apple doesn't usually like to acknowledge problems with its products, the company is fixing an issue dubbed "Staingate" that's affecting certain Macbook and Macbook Pro users: splotchy marks are showing up on retina displays,Show More Summary

If your MacBook's Retina screen is stained, Apple may replace it for free

If your MacBook or MacBook Pro with Retina has some odd stains or discolorations on the screen, good news: Apple may be doing something about it. Apple quietly launched a program through which it will replace Retina displays on affected laptops for free, counting one year from Oct. Show More Summary

Staingate: Apple replacing out-of-warranty MacBook, MacBook Pro Retina Displays

Having problems seeing that beautiful Retina Display on your Mac laptop because of issues with the anti-reflective coating? Apple will fix the problem at no charge.

Apple now performing free repairs for ‘Staingate’ Retina MacBook screens with anti-reflective coating issues

Earlier in the year, a small-but-not-insignificant number of Apple customers complained about screen issues with their new Retina MacBooks and Retina MacBook Pros, specifically cases where the anti-reflective display coating leaves marks and stains on the screen, ranging from small corner blobs to large patches. Show More Summary

Apple Launches Quality Program for MacBook Pro Anti-Reflective Coating Issues

Apple has issued an internal notice about a new Quality Program that addresses anti-reflective coating issues on MacBook and MacBook Pro models with Retina displays. These issues include the anti-reflective coating on displays wearing...Show More Summary

iPad Pro vs. MacBook Pro: Can Apple’s huge tablet replace your laptop for good?

After years of rumors and lofty expectations, Apple has finally unveiled a tablet that could rival its own line of laptops. The iPad Pro comes equipped with an enormous 12.9-inch Retina display and a 64-bit A9X chip that Apple says is 1.8 times as powerful as the A8X, but we want to know whether or not it can kill the MacBook. Show More Summary

Apple unveils large-screen iPad Pro, new iPhone and Apple TV (Video)

Apple on Wednesday unveiled the iPad Pro, an update to its tablet that can display a full-sized virtual keyboard and sports a nearly 13-inch screen with more pixels than a Retina Macbook. As expected, the company also updated its all-important...Show More Summary

Review: Apple’s new 15-inch MacBook Pro is a dream for media professionals and creators (Video)

5 months agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

It would be silly to say that Apple’s latest iteration of the 15-inch 2015 MacBook Pro with Retina Display is the best MacBook yet, because that’s mostly the truth with every new model. Unfortunately, you won’t find a shiny new processor setup this time around, as Apple stuck with the trusty old Haswell configuration, but […]

WWDC Steals: Apple's new iMac 5K for $1,799; 15-inch MacBook Pros for $1,749; more

WWDC 2015 has delivered some shocking deals, such as $200 off Apple's brand new 3.3GHz iMac with Retina 5K display ($1,799 off) and $300 off its souped up 3.5GHz cousin. Similarly, 15-inch MacBook Pros are now available for as little as $1,749 ($250 off) without a discrete graphics card or $2,149 with one ($350 off).

Apple 15-inch MacBook Pro with Retina Display (mid-2015): Force Touch trackpad and faster SSD, but no Broadwell

6 months agoTechnology / Apple : ZDNet Apple

The 15-inch MacBook Pro remains Apple's most powerful laptop, with an outstanding Retina display, but this modest update offers little to entice existing users to upgrade.

2015 15-Inch MacBook Pro With Retina Display Review

 The updated machine gets super fast flash storage, as well as the new Force Touch trackpad, an improved dedicated GPU and an extra hour of battery life. It didn’t get new processors, but in practice, it’s still a worthwhile upgrade for those who need the might and screen real estate of a larger laptop. Show More Summary

Force Touch tweak: Apple 15-inch MacBook Pro with Retina Display – mid-2015

All’s well that Haswell? Review  When is an update not an update? The MacBook Pro has been something of the poor relation in the Apple family in the last few years. The recent Intel Broadwell chip family update given to the 13-inch MacBook Pro offered a small boost to battery life, but did little for performance.…

New 15-inch 2.5 GHz MacBook Pro unboxed and compared to other 2015 configurations (Video)

6 months agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

Apple’s new 15-inch MacBook Pro with Retina Display is here and available in a few different configurations. We’re take a closer look at the 2.5 GHz model with 16GB of RAM, and 512 GB of internal storage today, but also comparing some benchmarks to Apple’s two other 15-inch configurations for this year. This MacBook features […]

Apple adds 5K support to MacBook Pro as target display mode remains absent for Retina iMac

The new 15-inch MacBook Pro has become the third Apple computer to ship with the ability to drive high-resolution 5K displays, but Apple's flagship 5K device -- the iMac with Retina 5K display --?continues to lack the popular target display mode feature.

New 15-inch Retina MacBook Pro features full support for Dell's 5K display

The new 15-inch MacBook Pro with Force Touch trackpad is the latest Apple device to support Dell's 27-inch 5K monitor. Apple's new 15-inch MacBook Pro is the latest Apple device to support the 27-inch 5K display from Dell. As with the Retina iMac and Mac Pro, support for Dell's display requires the use of two Thunderbolt ports. Show More Summary

Apple Adds High-End 15" Retina MacBook Pro to List of Macs Supporting Dell's 5K Display

Apple has updated a support document on its website to reflect that the high-end 15-inch Retina MacBook Pro, equipped with AMD Radeon R9 M370X graphics, is capable of driving Dell's dual-cable UP2715K 27-inch 5K display. Apple initially...Show More Summary

Apple Refreshes MacBook Pro, Introduces New iMac

Apple unveiled an update to its 15-inch MacBook Pro with Retina Display this week, as well as introducing a new addition to the iMac line: a 27-inch version with a 5K Retina display. The 15-inch MacBook Pro now has the Force Touch trackpad,...Show More Summary

New 15-inch MacBook Pro and $1999 iMac 5K: What you need to know!

Apple's latest changes to the 15pinch MacBook Pro with Retina display and iMac with 5K Retina display won't wow spec-monkeys, but they're still important. The timing of this week's 15-inch Retina MacBook Pro and the 5K iMac updates was curious, given that WWDC is only a few weeks away. Show More Summary

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