Despite indications that upcoming Intel processors will soon be available for the Mac Pro, suggesting a potential early 2012 update, a new report suggests that Apple is losing interest in the line, and may be questioning the future of the Mac Pro.
Following a report from June suggesting that Apple was preparing an ultra-thin 15″ Mac notebook, a new report from Macotakara now claims that the new device is now even closer, with Apple having finished testing of a 15″ LCD component for the notebook.
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Those who use their MacBook as a desktop or take their MacBook between home and work often find that constantly connecting and disconnecting cables can be a real hassle. Docking stations are a common solution to this problem, and while…
Adobe has released new Mac app and iOS apps for its Carousel photo service, which serves as a more advanced alternative to the PhotoStream service included with Apple’s iCloud.
Following the release of firmware updates for the 2011 MacBook Pro, MacBook Air and Mac Mini, Apple has also released an EFI update for the 2011 iMac, finally bringing Lion Internet Recovery to the latest generation of iMacs, as well as patching Thunderbolt performance issues.
Pixelmator has just released the second major version of their popular image editing app for OS X, available now from the Mac App Store for $29.99. The new version is a free upgrade those who have previously purchased Pixelmator from the Mac App Store.
Following their recent iPhoto 9.2.1 update, Apple has also released EFI firmware updates for the early 2011 MacBook Pro, mid-2011 MacBook Air and mid-2011 Mac Mini, as well as a general Thunderbolt updated for OS X Lion and an update to Quicktime for Windows.
Apple has just released an update for iPhoto ’11, bringing the version number up to v9.2.1, and correcting an issue with iCloud, as well as a codec issue causing crashing and import errors for certain customers.
The iPad’s already looks pretty amazing…but would it look even better if it were wearing the right shirt? A new startup company called Computer Apparel thinks so, and aims to sell padded cases for the iPad, MacBook Pro and other devices that resemble folded-up clothing.
Pixelmator, a popular and affordable OS X image editing app, will be launching its second major version tomorrow, bringing a host of new features, as well as full support for Mac OS X Lion.
Google has just released version 15 of their popular Chrome browser for Windows, Mac & Linux. The new release adds a number of bug fixes and tweaks, as well as a redesigned New Tab page with significant changes to Google Apps & the Chrome Web Store.
I often enjoy browsing Kickstarter, as there are often many cool ideas surfacing that restore my faith in human creativity. One such project is called the TILT, and seeks to create a unique new desktop cooling stand for the MacBook Pro.
Apple has issued an update for 15-inch MacBook Pros (mid 2010 model), MacBook pro Video Update 1.0, which addresses a video issue that could cause your screen to suddenly go back or cause your device to freeze when displaying video.