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12-inch MacBook with Retina Display: Early impressions

Gizmag: The 12-in MacBook's display looks every bit as good as the screen on the Retina MacBook Pro. It is smaller, but nothing we're going to have a problem adjusting to (and it's still a little bigger than the 11-in MacBook Air's display). The new MacBook's ...

New 12-in MacBook vs. Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro

Gizmag: The 12-in MacBook uses Apple's new Force Touch tech, which makes the non-moving trackpad feel like it's moving (using a combination of sensors and haptic feedback). You can read our 2015 Retina MacBook Pro review (it has the same type of trackpad) ...

Buyer's Guide: Discounts on iMac, MacBook Air, Retina MacBook Pro, and Apple

Mac Rumors: As we head further into April, deals have begun to dry up a bit. There are still discounts on a few select iPad models, and low prices on the iMac, older MacBook Air, and older MacBook Pro models. Deals on current products like the iPad Air 2 and the ...

14 ways to use Force Click on your MacBook, MacBook Pro

CNET: Now that we've shown you how to set up Apple's new Force Click feature on the new MacBook and updated MacBook Pro , what exactly can you do with the added functionality? Luckily, Apple has posted a list of the various apps and services where a little ...

2015 MacBook Pro 13-inch review

TrustedReviews: The 13-inch MacBook Pro was already a very good laptop. Everyone agreed on that. The 2015 version, which adds the innovative Force Touch trackpad, better battery life and the latest Intel processors, is even better. In fact, it's arguably the best all ...

Apple MacBook Air, MacBook Pro Achieve Double Memory Boost With New

Most Apple users are familiar with the compromise that comes with owning a MacBook. Slimmer, thinner and more aesthetically pleasing designs may not always offer the best storage options around. One must either make do with limited memory or choose to ...

The 2015 MacBook Review

I’m still not entirely sure when it actually happened, but at some point over the last couple of years the crossover between tablets and laptops stopped being an idea and became a real thing. Perhaps it was Microsoft’s Surface Pro 3, which came out as an x86 Core architecture tablet that was finally thin enough to no longer be an awkward laptop without an attached keyboard. Or maybe it was the ...

Apple MacBook Air (11 inch, early 2015) review: A cautious upgrade, but battery life is superb

£749 (128GB model), £899 (256GB model). More expensive build-to-order options available Our new MacBook Air (11 inch, early 2015) review explains and analyses the changes Apple has made to its MacBook Air ultraportable laptop line-up (such as improved specs and consequent enhanced performance) and the things Apple has kept the same (such as physical design and the screen).


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How to use your MacBook in closed-clamshell mode

Cult of Mac: 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 monitor. I was disappointed when I saw ...

Apple MacBook Pro with Retina display 2015

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Which Mac laptop? MacBook Air vs MacBook Pro comparison review, 13in Apple laptops compared

The question of whether to buy a 13-inch MacBook Air (from £849) or MacBook Pro with Retina display (from £999) may look like it has an obvious answer - surely it is worth spending £150 more to get the pro model.


13-inch Retina MacBook Pro owners complain of lag and battery issues

TechRadar: Some owners of Apple's 2015 13-inch Retina MacBook Pro have reported unusual activity bogging down the machine - including unusual levels of cursor lag and poor battery life. Reported by MacRumours, the juddering seems to affect OS X Yosemite's ...


Feel The Force Of MacBook Pro Trackpad With 5th Generation Chips And

The Inquisitr: The guys at Apple have described the new Macbook Pro trackpad as a “Force Click,” or “a click followed by a deeper press.” In practical terms, this means the harder you press, the trackpad performs different tasks. For example, a stronger press would ...

Chrome is still a threat to your MacBook's battery

The Verge: While reviewing the new MacBook Pro with Retina display, I ran the usual Verge battery test on Apple's new machine. With the screen set to 65 percent brightness, it cycles through a series of websites until the laptop's battery gives out. The native ...

Samsung Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 Edge, MacBook Pro, and More Tech Deals

NDTV: The latest generation MacBook Pro 13-inch is powered by a 2.7GHz dual-core Intel Core i5 processor, supported by 8GB of RAM. The new MacBook Pro features an all new Force Touch trackpad that can measure the amount of pressure you exert on the ...

Feel The Force Of MacBook Pro Trackpad With 5th Generation Chips And Increased Geek

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 could read a full DVD’s worth of data in approximately three seconds? The new Macbook Pro is fast, but let’s investigate why Macworld has hailed the new 13-inch Retina MacBook Pro Feel The Force Of MacBook Pro Trackpad With 5th Generation Chips And Increased Geek is an article ...

Buying a MacBook: Which is the right one for you?

Apple’s newest MacBook has just arrived in the Philippines, along with refreshed MacBook Airs and a new MacBook Pro with Force Touch, all with their respective configurations and prices, but which one should you look into and buy? Read on to find out! The following table below shows base model configurations and price as indicated […] The post Buying a MacBook: Which is the right one for you ...


New 12-inch MacBook (early 2015) hands-on review

Macworld UK: Apple has unveiled its all-new 12-inch MacBook for 2015, simply called MacBook rather than MacBook Air or MacBook Pro - creating a new (or resurrected, perhaps) line of laptops to add to its expanding range. We spent some time with the new 2015 ...

Review: The new 12-inch MacBook is a laptop without an ecosystem

Apple’s often been a company that pushes new technology into a world that’s reluctant to receive it or doesn’t know what to make of it. It’s a company that’s often designing for what it sees as the world of the future and not today. The first iMac dropped off legacy ports and embraced the then-unknown connection standard called USB. The MacBook Air ditched optical media. Even the current Mac Pro ...


Apple MacBook vs. MacBook Pro: Picking the One That's Right for You

eWeek: Now that the MacBook is available, it's a good time to examine the differences between it and the MacBook Pro—Apple's top-of-the-line notebook model. When potential Mac buyers walk into an Apple Store looking to buy a new notebook, they'll need to ...

Apple Macbook Air/Macbook Pro 2015 Review

The recent announcement of an updated Macbook model also brought with it updates to the existing Macbook Pro and Macbook Air lines, although the differences were subtle and the prices ticked upwards ever so slightly. You may (if you must) argue ...

How to Use the Apple MacBook's Force Touch Trackpad

PC Magazine: Aside from the USB-C connector, the big standout feature in the 12-inch Apple MacBook is the new Force Touch trackpad. Instead of the traditional mechanical clicking mechanism found on older MacBook Pro and Air models, the new trackpad doesn't move ...

Laptop deals: up to $400 off and savings on 2014 Apple MacBook Pro

Save on laptops at Micro Center, Microsoft Store, Lenovo, and Dell Home.

Next Apple MacBook Pro to be super skinny

We’ve seen just about every cell phone maker jump on the “slim is in” bandwagon (heck, even Nokia is doing it ), so it only makes sense that the other portable electronic thing we carry around follow suit.


I Repent of My Macbook Pro

Patheos (blog): I own a Macbook Pro, a Macbook Air 11″, iPad, iPhone, and a Mac Pro. I've also got a couple of old iPods lying around that I don't use much anymore. I've passed along my old hardware to family members. The Apple logo dots my family landscape like a ...

13-inch MacBook Air (early 2015) review

Macworld UK: Apple's MacBook line of laptops has been updated. As well as introducing an entirely new model - the super-slimline 12-inch MacBook - Apple has added significant upgrades to its 13-inch MacBook Pro (but not the 15-inch Pro: that's unchanged) and to ...

New Retina MacBook Now Available to Order on Apple's Online Store

Mac Rumors: ... read before purchasing the new MacBook. Many reviewers have compared it to the first-generation MacBook Air, praising its cutting-edge design while highlighting some of the performance compromises compared to the MacBook Air and the MacBook Pro.

Deals: Force Touch MacBook Pro Price Drop ($88 to $120 off) ; 256GB 13-inch

Apple Insider: 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 CD/DVD can be ...

5th-gen MacBook Air, Pro with Force Touch now in PH

Along with the new 12-inch MacBook, Apple Store PH now carries the refreshed MacBook Airs and the new MacBook Pro with a Force Touch trackpad. The MacBook Air models have upgraded internals, if you would notice that they now carry 5th Gen Intel Core i5 CPUs. The MacBook Pro 13-inch with Retina Display however now […] The post 5th-gen MacBook Air, Pro with Force Touch now in PH appeared first on ...

Best Mac: Apple Mac buyers guide for 2015: iMac, MacBook, MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, Mac mini and Mac Pro buying advice

With six Macs to choose from, each with very different features and specs, it can get a little tricky when it comes to deciding which Mac to buy. How do you know which Mac is best for you?

New Retina MacBook release date, specs and UK pricing: 1.3GHz build to order option to be announced

Apple has unveiled a brand-new MacBook, its thinnest MacBook ever and named just MacBook rather than MacBook Air or MacBook Pro. Here's everything you need to know.


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