Apple debuted the all-new MacBook Pro and its gorgeous Touch Bar at an event this morning, but if weren’t able to catch the action at work, you can now watch all the videos online. The full video for the “Hello Again” keynote can be streamed from Apple’s website. Apple also uploaded five new videos to […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)
After literally years, Apple has finally announced a refresh of the MacBook Pro. We already knew some of the details because thanks to an inadvertent leak from Apple earlier in the week, but early this morning all the details -- including pricing -- were finally confirmed. More »
Apple refreshed its line of MacBooks Thursday, starting at the top with a redesigned MacBook Pro with a fancy new digital control pad. But it also shook up things at the lower end, eliminating the 11-inch MacBook Air and offering a new,...Show More Summary
Apple's new MacBook Pro has introduced us to the interface power and emoji glory of the Touch Bar, but the addition of fingerprint authentication promises to change more than just the laptop's looks. SEE ALSO: Apple unveils new, thinner...Show More Summary
Apple has unveiled the latest version of its MacBook Pro, and it includes a brand new touchscreen feature which lets you access certain tools and shortcuts right from the keyboard. There's a lot it can do, depending on which app you are using, and it even incorporates Touch ID so you can log in with your fingerprint. Show More Summary
Apple hosted its "Hello Again" Mac event this morning, where it debuted a newly redesigned MacBook Pro with an integrated "Touch Bar" panel that supports multi-touch and a range of gestures to unlock new capabilities in apps. Much of...Show More Summary
Much ink has been spilt over the last year on the subject of the MacBook Pro. In short, Apple hasn’t given its professional laptop lineup a real overhaul in some time. Only the smaller 13” model ever got Intel’s 5 th gen Broadwell CPU...Show More Summary
Today LG and Apple made a joint product announcement of sorts. Apple announced their new MacBook Pro, which uses four Thunderbolt 3 ports for IO. During the launch event, Apple also noted that LG would be launching a new pair of monitors to go along with the MacBook Pro. Show More Summary
In an interview, Chief Design Officer Jony Ive, Senior Vice President of Software Engineering Craig Federighi, and Senior Vice President of Worldwide Marketing Phil Schiller dole out the details on decisions made during the new MacBook Pro development process, convergence of iOS and macOS, and more.
Apple's new MacBook Pro comes with a few new tricks and a complete redesign.
Apple finally unveiled its new MacBook lineup earlier today and as usual, members of the press in attendance of the keynote were able to go hands-on with the new products as soon as Tim Cook exited the stage. Videos have gradually been emerging from the hands-on area, and we’ve rounded them up below… more… Filed under: Apple
Today, Apple announced two new MacBook Pros. Microsoft announced a new and upgraded Surface Book yesterday. There's only one thing to do: compare specs, judge designs, and declare a winner. DON'T MISS: Everything you need to know about...Show More Summary
Today, with its new MacBook Pro, Apple killed the escape key. In fact, it got rid of physical function keys entirely. Here's why you won't miss them. The post You'll Miss the Escape Key Even Less Than Your Headphone Jack appeared first on WIRED.
Apple’s new MacBook Pro comes with Thunderbolt 3 ports, which are shaped like (and work with) USB-C. Previous versions of Thunderbolt that were included in the old MacBook Pro used a different port. So how do you connect your old Thunderbolt devices to the new Thunderbolt 3 port? With an adapter, of course. Show More Summary
With pre-orders for the new MacBook Pro up today, and a launch expected within the next two to three weeks, Apple has given a number of journalists access to the 13-inch and 15-inch devices so they can share their thoughts with anyone who is interested in the new flagship MacBook Pro line. Show More Summary
After September’s annual iPhone-focused event, it was time for the Mac to have its turn in the spotlight. And boy, did we get some major Mac news on Thursday: Apple revealed three new MacBook Pros, two of them featuring the Touch Bar, Apple’s brand-new touch control panel at the top of the keyboard. Show More Summary
Apple’s never been shy about shaving off features in its quest for slimmer, faster computing. The new MacBook Pro lineup is no exception. Following in the footsteps of the radical 12-inch MacBook, the revamped MacBook Pro and its slick Touch Bar cull several old standbys from its design—and kill one of its siblings in the process. Show More Summary
The biggest change in the new MacBook Pro, announced at Apple’s media event on Thursday, is the elimination of the keyboard’s function keys. The Pro’s keyboard now has a contextually relevant Touch Bar at the top. That makes the keyboard more versatile than ever, with keys that change according to the app you’re using. Show More Summary
The new MacBook Pro, available in 13- and 15-inch versions, looks like Apple’s 12-inch MacBook. It borrows the extra-springy keyboard and the reflective Apple logo on the back. And it’s slimmer and lighter like the MacBook. But as you would expect, the Pro is beefier inside. It is built for challenging computational work. With the […]
Now that Apple’s new MacBook Pros are out… which model do you plan on picking up? As expected, Apple officially unveiled all-new MacBook Pros today including new 13-inch and 15-inch models. The highlight new feature of the devices is...Show More Summary