Apple’s design guidelines for their new Touch Bar-equipped MacBook Pro steers developers away from any non-interactive content for the new feature.
Macbook Pro News
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.
A report from Japanese tech site Mac Otakara indicates Apple still has plans to announce a redesigned MacBook Pro “in the month.”
Just ahead of Apple’s expected MacBook Pro refresh, high-end bag and case maker WaterField Designs has announced their new Maxwell MacBook Pro Sleeve.
A report from MacRumors indicates Apple is preparing a launch of its revamped MacBook Pro lineup for late October.
A recent survey Apple has been sending to MacBook Pro users has fired up rumors that Apple may be considering doing away with the headphone jack on some future edition of their MacBook Pro lineup.
Bloomberg reports Apple is preparing to debut the first significant overhaul of the MacBook Pro lineup in over four years.
A new report today says new MacBook Pro models, which could debut this fall, will boast a Touch ID power button, in addition to the previously-teased touch-sensitive OLED function keys.
A new report indicates Apple may be getting ready to phase out their non-Retina display 13-inch MacBook Pro. Several Apple retail stores around the U.S. are reportedly no longer making that model available for customers to try out.
Apple’s upcoming macOS Sierra operating system has been available to developers for a few days now, and they’ve had time to dig into the system control files and such. So far, they’ve found references to what could indicate the much-rumored OLED touch bar-equipped MacBook Pro.
Photos shared byCult of Mac show what may be components for Apple’s much-rumored new MacBook Pro.