Apple is extending its “Staingate” program to repair 12-inch MacBook and MacBook Pro with Retina display models where users have experienced the screen’s anti-reflective coating either wearing off or delaminating.
Macbook Pro News
Google’s Chrome 58 Canary build offers somewhat limited 2016 MacBook Pro Touch Bar support.
Apple is reportedly developing its own ARM-based chip to handle “Power Nap” functionality in its line of MacBook Pro laptops.
Some users may not appreciate the “boot on lid open” feature on the 2016 MacBook Pro lineup. Here’s how to turn the feature off.
We take a look at the StarTech Thunderbolt 2 Dual-Monitor Docking Station for Laptops, which offers easy to setup expansion for Thunderbolt 2-equipped MacBook Pro and PC laptops.
Apple marketing chief Phil Schiller has announced that Apple is now working with Consumer Reports to better understand their MacBook Pro battery life tests and results.
The new MacBook Pro is the first MacBook that won’t receive a purchase recommendation from Consumer Reports.
Microsoft says November was its best month ever for consumer Surface sales, and claims more users are switching to the Surface from the Mac due to the “disappointment” of the new MacBook Pro.
Running out of hard drive space on your older MacBook Pro? Transcend has engineered a memory solution called the JetDrive Lite 360.
Apple has issued an update to its Boot Camp drivers, including the audio driver that was causing loud, random “pops” that led to damage for the new MacBook Pro’s speakers.
Apple can possibly recover data from your MacBook Pro with Touch Bar’s SSD if the logic board dies. But they won’t sell you the tool they use.
Doom on the New MacBook Pro Touch Bar is the Super Wide (and Short) Screen Experience No One Asked For
Facebook engineer Adam Bell has managed to run the classic slide-and-shoot game Doom on the Touch Bar’s OLED display.
Users of the new MacBook Pro running Windows 10 under Boot Camp are experiencing random, loud pops, and distorted audio after a period of use.
Apple’s New ‘Bulbs’ Ad Promotes the new MacBook Pro w/ Touch Bar as a ‘Tool for all the Ideas to Come’
Apple on Thursday premiered a new ad for the MacBook Pro with Touch Bar, promoting the new notebook as the “tool for all the ideas to come.”
The new MacBook Pro models featuring the new Touch Bar do not have removable SSD flash memory. Ruling out any possible future storage upgrades.
Developer “Red Sweater” has developed and released a free app called Touché, which simulates the new MacBook Pro’s Touch Bar on older Macs.