WWDC 2017: Apple's laptop range may get hardware upgrades to keep up with Microsoft's Surface laptops
The 9 year-old Apple MacBook Air has received minor design changes over the years and has been criticized for offering too little in comparison to its Windows-powered counterparts.
The news may sound a bit surprising, especially when you consider that the new Apple MacBook Pro models come with a lot less and are priced a lot more than the previous models.
Apple was planning to cram in higher-capacity batteries that were shaped to precisely fit to the inside the chassis of the new notebook.
It’s a familiar refrain, one that you may have heard elsewhere on the Internet. You know, the one of the long-time Mac owner, waiting for Apple to upgrade the MacBook Pro line. That upgrade came recently, with the launch of the fourth-generation MacBook Pro, a laptop that was thinner, lighter and more powerful than ever before, with a whole new Touch Bar interface that seemed pretty cool in the demos on-stage.
An Apple reseller in Kerala, tweeted out last evening that the new MacBook Pro models with the Touch Bar feature are now available and price tags start from Rs 1,55,900.
In an interview with The Independent Schiller answered one too many questions and even answered why Apple did not go in for a touchscreen with the MacBook as well.
We take a look at some of the Windows based alternatives you can consider in place of the 2016 MacBook Pro models
Apple announced the refreshed MacBook Pro lineup last night in the "Apple Special Event." MacBook Pro lineup got the much-needed refresh with 13-inch variants and 15-inch variants.
Apple's MacBook Pro event was jaw-dropping and awe-inspiring for some while other found it boring, bland and pointless. Still then it was easy to notice how Apple who is currently struggling with sales, put up a brave face and ignored the best-seller the MacBook Air.
Apple went with a complete redesign to make its new MacBook Pro lighter, thinner and more powerful than the previous ones
Here are some of the announcements that you can expect from today’s event.
According to the images, an OLED touch panel is seen above the keyboard. It has long been speculated that the new MacBook Pros are expected to sport an OLED touch panel, where the function keys generally are.
Everyone’s favourite soothsayer, Ming-Chi Kuo, has predicted that Apple’s upcoming event on Thursday will see new MacBook Pros in 13-inch and 15-inch sizes.
After plenty of rumours, Apple has finally broken its silence on the launch of its much-awaited MacBook refresh. But we can expect something more.
According to a new rumour, Apple could launch its new range of MacBooks as soon as the end of October.
Apart from the redesigned MacBook Pro, the company is also expected to be working on an update for the MacBook Air models with USB-C ports as well as new iMacs with AMD graphics cards that could launch before the end of the year.
Come September we’ll see a bunch of new iPhones from Apple, maybe a revamped Mac lineup and, hopefully, updated iPads thrown in for good measure. This is all the stuff we're getting anyway, but what do we really want from Apple?
US tech giant Apple is planning to revamp its entire MacBook Pro line this year, with a new design and a number of new features, a media report said.
Xiaomi's Mi Notebook Air has certainly shaken up the competition as far as value for money is concerned. Just look at the offerings so far, Xiaomi is offering a laptop at almost half the price as anything else in the market today.
While Martin Hajek's concept images of upcoming iPhones are always a hit among fans, the artist decided to take a shot at the much-rumoured Apple MacBook Pro refresh. And the results certainly look good.