Last month Apple finally announced a MacBook Air with Retina Display … only it’s just called "the new MacBook." Apple also announced a new version of the classic MacBook Air, which is now basically Apple's budget notebook (though no MacBook is really "budget"). Show More Summary
Drop on by the Technabob Shop for a chance to win the ridiculously slim, sexy and lightweight new 2015 MacBook, packing a super-sharp Retina display, and valued at $1299. (Contest Ends 4/22/15).
If you’ve ever wanted to give Apple the finger… Review Last year’s update to the MacBook Pro was more notable for its £100 price cut than the modest speed bump that accompanied it. However, this year’s model is a more interesting kettle of fish, as it introduces Intel’s latest Broadwell processors to the Mac range, along with Apple’s new Force Touch trackpad doohickey.…
Apple's new MacBook may have stolen the thunder with the company's early 2015 notebook releases, but the Retina MacBook Pro and MacBook Air got updates as well. Let's compare the features and specs of the latest 13-in MacBook Pro with Retina Display and 13-in MacBook Air... Show More Summary
The best things in life are worth waiting for, and Apple’s hotly-anticipated new MacBook certainly fits the bill. Thinner, lighter and faster, MacBook delivers an excellent high-resolution 2304×1440, LED-backlit IPS Retina display and much more. Show More Summary
The new MacBook isn't Apple's first 12-inch laptop. Look back at Apple's last 12-incher. I'm really looking forward to the new MacBook for a whole host of reasons. The 12-inch Retina display is one of them. For Mac users of the current era, 12 inches sounds like an odd size — everything's either 11, 13 or 15 inches these days. Show More Summary
All Apple has said about the Apple Watch display is that it's 'flexible Retina', yet it's widely believed to be OLED. That's interesting because Apple has thus far eschewed OLED (organic light-emmitting diode) displays for iPhone and iPad due to what the company said were the compromises needed to produce the panel at those sizes. Show More Summary
A couple of weeks ago, Apple announced a product that many notebook users have been waiting on for years: an ultra-light and thin MacBook that also has a Retina Display. How does it size up next to Apple's pro-level laptop? Join Gizmag, as we compare the features and specs of the new 12-in MacBook and the 13-in MacBook Pro with Retina Display... Show More Summary
Now that Apple is set to launch a MacBook that's lighter than the MacBook Air and has a Retina Display, where does that leave the 13-in Retina MacBook Pro? And is its new Force Touch trackpad an upgrade-worthy feature? Join Gizmag, as we review the 2015 (13-in) MacBook Pro with Retina Display... Show More Summary
This week, we reviewed the new 13-inch MacBook Pro with Retina Display, and we liked it. A lot. Apple’s MBP line is now the best value for money for anyone who wants to really be able to do work on the road, bar none, and the 13-inch size has great portability. Show More Summary
The marquee feature on this computer, though, might be the Force Touch trackpad, which combines Force Touch input and Apple’s unique ‘Taptic’ haptic feedback engine – it’s the first Mac to ship with the new trackpad, and the first chance user have to try it on for size. Video Review Basics 13.3-inch 2560 x 1600, 227 PPI IPS LED display 2.7GHz dual-core Intel… Read More
The MacBook Pro Giveaway ends tonight at 11:59pm PT, so take a minute and enter before it’s too late! The 13? MacBook Pro features a high-resolution Retina display, a 2.6GHz dual-core i5 processor, 8GB of RAM and 128 gigs of fast flash storage — and it’s ready to rock OS X Yosemite, the latest version of Apple’s beautiful, functional OS. Show More Summary
Apple's new MacBook sports a Retina display. But how does it compare to the Retina MacBook Pro or the 5K iMac? Let's take a look... The new MacBook recently revealed at Apple's Spring Forward event hits stores on April 10th. It's the...Show More Summary
Today’s your last chance to enter our MacBook Pro Giveaway, in which one lucky winner will receive a free 13” MacBook Pro with Retina Display, featuring a 2.6GHz Dual-Core i5, 8GB of RAM, and a 128GB SSD. Simply visit the link below, enter your e-mail address and click the “Enter Now” button. Show More Summary
Does your logo look blur and pixelated on iPad retina display screen? Why does the logo of your favorite top blog look sharper? Here is the secret to display sharper... Read full original article at How to Dispay Sharper Logo on High Resolution Screens ©2015 QuickOnlineTips. All Rights Reserved.
My Cult of Mac colleague Buster Hein recently wrote that the new impossibly-thin, gorgeously Retina displayed MacBook “isn’t for you, it’s for the future” — meaning that it’s there to show us where the MacBook will go in the next … Read more ›
Most of us thought a MacBook Air with Retina Display would have arrived long before 2015, but that's how long Apple took getting this bad boy ready. How does Apple's new MacBook ("Air" and "Retina" in everything but name) stack up next to the Surface Pro 3? Let's compare their features and specs... Continue Reading New 12-in MacBook vs. Show More Summary
A growing number of users have turned to the Apple Support Communities, MacRumors discussion forums and Facebook in recent weeks to voice their complaints about the anti-reflective coating on Retina MacBook Pros becoming stained or wearing off. Show More Summary
Apple Stores around the world installed new backlit displays Thursday night, showing off the company's latest and greatest products, including the Apple Watch and an all new ultra-thin 12-inch MacBook with Retina display.
This week Tim Cook unveiled a new Apple MacBook starting around $1,300. it’s super thin (13.1mm), super light (2 pounds), and includes a completely redesigned keyboard with a “Force Touch” track pad. It has a 12-inch retina display and...Show More Summary