Apple’s new MacBook Pro revenue outpaced every other laptop in its first five days of availability. Well, except for one, its year-and-a-half-old sibling the 12-inch MacBook.
Macbook Pro News
Apple is said to be expecting shipments of their new MacBook Pro lineup to remain strong through at least the end of the year, as they have increased component orders.
A number of customers who have ordered a new Apple MacBook Pro with Touch Bar model laptop are reporting they are seeing their credit card charged.
In an attempt to ease their users’ transition when buying a USB-C equipped MacBook or MacBook Pro, Apple has temporarily cut the price of all of its USB-C adapters by $10 to $20.
Apple’s music production package, Logic Pro X will gain support for the new MacBook Pro’s Touch Bar by “early next year,” says Apple marketing director, Xander Soren.
OWC has announced the upcoming release of their new Thunderbolt 3 Dock, which offers Thunderbolt 3, USB 3.1 Gen 1, FireWire 800, Ethernet, mini DisplayPort, SD Card reader, combo mic & headphone port, and digital audio connectivity.
Apple marketing guy Phil Schiller sat down for a conversation with The Independent, and discussed the new MacBook Pro lineup, SD Card slots (or the lack thereof), and 3.5mm headphone jacks.
KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has released a new research report which, while it is optimistic about the future of Apple’s MacBook lineup, also notes demand for the new MacBook Pro models seems “tepid.”
The new MacBook Pro models, which debuted last Thursday, now automatically turn themselves on when you open the lid. However, the reassuring startup chime that has been around in some form or the other since 1991, is nowhere to be heard.
Apple’s design guidelines for their new Touch Bar-equipped MacBook Pro steers developers away from any non-interactive content for the new feature.
It’s less than 24 hours since the new MacBook Pro models featuring Apple’s new Touch Bar have become available, and shipping dates for the 13-inch model have already slipped to 4-5 weeks.
Apple held their “Hello Again” media event earlier today, and debuted their “thinnest and lightest MacBook Pro ever,” featuring a new Retina quality Multi-touch display called the Touch Bar.
macOS Sierra 10.12.1 was released yesterday, and it has been found to contain hidden Apple Pay-related images that show a brand-new MacBook Pro, complete with the much-rumored “Magic Toolbar” OLED touch panel.
KGI’s Kuo: New MacBook Pro, 13-in MacBook, to Debut on Thursday – No New iMac or Thunderbolt Display
KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has offered up his expectations for this Thursday’s “Hello Again” Apple media event, where new MacBook Pros are expected to debut.
A trademark filing indicates the OLED touch bar that is rumored to be the headlining feature of Apple’s upcoming MacBook Pro refresh will be called the “Magic Toolbar.”
A report on Tuesday indicates Apple will debut new Macs at a media event that will take place on Thursday, October 27.