As expected, Apple today debuted refreshed 13-inch and 15-inch models of the MacBook Pro with Retina display. The new models feature faster Intel Haswell CPUs. and all 13-inch models now boast 8 GB of RAM standard, while the 15-inch models see their RAM boosted to 16 GB.
Macbook Pro News
A new report claims that upgraded Retina MacBook Pros should hit the shelves tomorrow, July 29th.
Intel’s CEO has promised that the company’s next generation “Broadwell” CPUs will arrive in PCs by the holiday season. However, it looks to be a crapshoot as to whether they’ll make it inside any of Apple’s Mac lineup by the end of the year…
In the face of an increasing number of early-2011 MacBook Pros suffering from issues related to their built-in discrete AMD GPUs, Apple continues to officially respond to the reports, even as owners are now calling for a replacement program.
If a rumor from semi-reliable DigiTimes is to be believed, Apple will cease production of the 13-inch non-retina MacBook Pro later this year. The laptop, which was last updated in June 2012, is the only MacBook Pro model sans a Retina display.
A 157-page thread on the Apple Support Communities forum details issues that owners of early-to-late 2011 MacBook Pros with discrete graphics cards are experiencing.
If you’ve been holding off buying the latest model of the 15-inch MacBook Pro with Retina Display until there were refurbished models available, your time has arrived.
Best Buy is knocking $75 off of an iPhone 5s, and is offering the 16GB iPhone 5c for free through this Saturday, January 4.
Apple has released EFI updates for both the 13-inch and 15-models of its late 2013 Retina display MacBook Pro computers.
Macword has tested the latest Haswell-based MacBook Pros., and their results show that the newly updated hardware gives a boost in performance in nearly every application. Macworld: The new line of MacBook Pros consists of five standard configurations, three with…
Owners of Apple’s newest Haswell-based MacBook Pros are reporting repeated keyboard and trackpad freezing that in most cases can only be remedied with a hard reset of the computer.
Phil Schiller took the stage today to talk about Apple’s newly updated Retina display MacBook Pro lineup. The new 13-inch and 15-inch models are updated with the latest processors, faster graphics and longer battery life.
French news site MacG, which has a decent hit-miss ratio when it comes to Apple rumors, reports that it knows when the new MacBook Pros, iPads, and the Mac Pro will go on sale.
Owners of early 2011 15-inch and 17-inch MacBook Pros are reporting issues with the AMD GPUs in their computers. In some cases, the component completely fails, requiring an expensive replacement of the logic board.
Apple released SMC firmware updates today for the MacBook Air (mid 2012 and mid 2013 models), the MacBook Pro (mid 2012 models), the 13-inch MacBook Pro with Retina display (late 2012) models, and 15-inch MacBook Pro with Retina display (mid 2012) models. All updates address battery issues.
Report: Intel to Supply Apple With Ultra High Performance Haswell Processors for Upcoming MacBook Pro
According to self-describing source, SemiAccurate, Intel will be providing Apple with an ultra-high performance version of its Haswell processor for Apple’s upcoming MacBook Pros.