In the wake of the disappointment that many experienced when Lion failed to drop today, as many expected, it appears that there may be some good news! A new report suggests that both Lion and new Macs could arrive next week.
Apple is likely to soon announce a refresh to their Macbook and Mac Mini range. Originally it was thought that leaked part numbers outed an impending Macbook Air and Mac Pro refresh, however, a source close to 9to5 has come forward and claimed the part numbers are for a Macbook and Mac Mini refresh.
It has been a common request from MacBook Air users ever since the 2010 refresh – bring back the backlit keyboard! Now, according to a recent report, it appears that the latest MacBook Air models, expected to arrive on July 14, may finally see a return to the backlit keyboard that so many have missed.
Many have been expecting new MacBook Airs to arrive this week, with most rumors pointing to a release on July 14. Further, according to a recent report, the model numbers have surfaced for not only new MacBook Airs, but new Mac Pros as well.
Pencil in July 13th (next Wednesday) in your diary because numerous signals point to this date as been D-Day for the much anticipated arrival of Mac OS X Lion and a refresh to the Macbook Air range.
Is Final Cut Pro X as bad as critics are making out? We don’t think so! Read our review and see why we gave it 4/5!
The lack of Blu-Ray playback on the Mac has frustrated consumers and video professionals alike. I’ve said before that with or without Steve Jobs’ approval, Blu-Ray payback would come to the Mac. Now it has, with a new app called Macgo!
New MacBook Airs are due any day now, and the rumor mill is flying off the handle. The latest rumor suggests that Apple may use new and much faster 400Mbps NAND flash storage chips that will be soldered directly to the motherboard.
It’s been more than three years since Steve Jobs took to the stage at Macworld and pulled the world’s thinnest laptop from a brown envelope and present it to the world. Check out the video presentation, inside.
Back in May, the research firm IDC began to class iPads and other portable devices as PCs. By classifying iPads as PCs, a new report now suggests that Apple will become the leading portable PC vendor in 2012, surpassing HP.
Mactrast review two great plugins for Final Cut Pro: Motype and DVShade EasyLooks we gave them both 4\5 read on to find out why!
Steam’s latest sale has just gone live and this time it’s for Mac users as well. Is it going to be huge for gaming on the Mac? Yes it is!!!
A new report concerning a possible Mac Pro refresh has surfaced today, using evidence taken from a now-removed Apple Online Store image that showed a Mac Pro pictured next to one of the new Thunderbolt RAID devices.
Since the official Thunderbolt cable and first third-party Thunderbolt devices arrived, a few people have gotten a chance to test them. The results? Yes, it really is hugely, obscenely, mind-bogglingly fast.
If a recent patent can be taken as any clue, Apple may be interested in a new location-based docking system for MacBooks that could change the interface (as well as settings) of a MacBook based on where you place them.
Following yesterday’s excitement of Apple releasing their new $49 Thunderbolt cable, selling the first 3rd-party Thunderbolt devices in the Apple Online Store, and issuing a Thunderbolt-related update for all enabled Macs, Apple has now issued three support document for using Thunderbolt on your Mac.