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Better Security On That Macbook: Turn Off File Sharing, Enable AirDrop [OS X Tips]

When you travel with a Mac laptop, whether a Macbook Pro or Air, you may be leaving it open to malicious users to get into your machine. One of the things you can do to keep them out of your … Read more ›

Five tips to get even better battery life from your MacBook Air or MacBook Pro

No matter how good your MacBook Air or MacBook Pro's battery life is, it can probably be better. Here are some tips to get the most out of it OS X Mavericks software and Haswell chipsets meant Apple could put a lot of emphasis in 2013 to improving battery life and power efficiency in its laptops. Show More Summary

This iPad Pro Concept Is Definitely Worth Making!

What if Apple made a tablet computer with the processing power of a MacBook Pro, and looked like the iPad Air? They’d call it the iPad Pro. This concept is the brainchild of design company Ramotion, and according to them, the iPad Pro would have two A7 64-bit processors, a 12.9-inch display with a 4096 x 3072 pixel resolution. Show More Summary

diffr3nt sleeve for MacBook Pro review

Once you open the shiny plastic shipping sleeve for the diffr3nt sleeve for MacBook, you have a not quite as shiny canvas sleeve. The outer shell is made of a fine weave canvas—a little texture but not too rough. The inside is a soft...Show More Summary

How To Install Mac OS X Mavericks From A USB Drive

I had to clean my old Macbook Pro 15 and Macbook Pro 15 Retina laptops before I get rid of them, so I wanted to be able to install a new, clean, version of Mac OS X Mavericks and ensure that none of my apps and data is left on the computer. Show More Summary

Flickr Find: Just horsing around with a MacBook Pro

See folks, you really can make an ass of yourself when you spend too much time on your MacBook Pro. Of course, we should probably ask reader Ken Fager if he was just horsing around on Halloween in this gem of a photo taken a few years ago....

Flickr Find: iLove my iPhone 5s and all my other Apple devices

Say hello to this lovely iPhone 5s, which has joined a wonderful household of Apple devices over at Tiffany's house. Along with this new member, you also will find an iPad 4, an Apple TV and soon-to-arrive MacBook Pro. I can relate to all this iLove,...

Macworld / iWorld quick hits: WD My Passport Pro

MacBooks are more powerful than ever, and that means users are making heavier demands of them. Out in the field, those demands often include storage and speed, and that's where Western Digital comes in with their newly introduced My Passport Pro Thunderbolt-powered mobile storage devices. Show More Summary

Gandalf takes a break on his MacBook Pro while filming "The Hobbit"

Let the software install wizard jokes fly! What you're looking at above is Gandalf, played by Ian McKellen, using his MacBook Pro while taking a break during filming of The Hobbit. Naturally, the photo has inspired a slew of photoshopping and other...

This is not the iPad Pro [Video]

A few weeks ago, folks were all too quick to claim that the photo above, found on Apple's website, accidentally revealed a heretofore unannounced larger screened iPad Pro. In truth, the photo is nothing more than a MacBook Pro shot at just the right...

Apple once again rumored to launch MacBook Pro with Retina display this year

The latest supply chain rumors add to claims that Apple is planning to launch a new MacBook Air with a high-resolution Retina display later this year, bringing the same pixel-packing power already found in the company's MacBook Pro lineup.

Retina MacBook Air Rumored For Launch This Year

Back in 2012, Apple launched new MacBook Pro laptops with Retina displays, which are basically MacBook Pros with displays with a higher resolution. Now we’re sure many are wondering if Apple could be applying those Retina displays to the company’s lineup of MacBook Air laptops. Show More Summary

Apple’s Supply Chain Is Promising A Retina MacBook Air For 2014

It’s been almost two years since Apple announced the Retina MacBook Pro, and it’s still the only Mac with a Retina display. But according to sources in Apple’s supply chain, that’ll change this summer when the Cupertino company finally unveils … Read more ›

Bigger isn't always better

Here we see the PowerBook 140 in its natural habitat, having just pounced upon a 13-inch MacBook Pro w/Retina. The PowerBook will now consume its prey whole, digesting it over a period of several days. [Photo credit: raneko]......

MacBook Air update rumored, super-slim 12-inch MacBook to come?

The last new MacBook model was the 13-inch MacBook Pro with Retina Display released back in October 2012, so Apple is arguably overdue for something to shake things up in the laptop category, which isn't dead yet by a long shot. A 12"...Show More Summary

The diffr3nt|sleeve: A Minimalist Masterpiece For Your Laptop [Deals]

The diffr3nt|sleeve is going to be your MacBook Pro’s best friend. The ideal combination of minimal design and durable protection, these sleeves keep your MacBook safe from the daily torment of scratches from desks, notebooks, purses and backpacks alike. And … Read more ›

We have a 4G iPhone, 4G iPad - where's the 4G MacBook?

The MacBook Air and MacBook Pro are both great devices to get work done while you're on the road, but in order to get anything done online you only have one choice: Wi-Fi. Why doesn't Apple offer 4G LTE as an option on those devices,...Show More Summary

Want to Get More from Your Mac Mini? Start With These Upgrade Tips

Despite iFixit scoring the recent Retina MacBook Pro models 2/10 for repairability, the new Mac Mini managed an 8/10. This tiny-but-powerful computer has always offered a way to make future upgrades possible, housed in an easy-to-access case, with upgradable parts that aren’t permanently soldered into the system. Show More Summary

Ask LH: Is It Worth Upgrading An Old MacBook Pro?

Hi Lifehacker, I have an early 2011 15? MacBook Pro which is just about to hit its three-year anniversary. I have been thinking about upgrading it with a 500GB SSD, which will cost me about $380. I’m just not sure if it’s worth the investment,...Show More Summary

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