If you’ve already gotten your hands on one of Apple’s new Retina MacBook Pros, you’ve probably noticed that many third-party apps look pixelated or blurry. Unfortunately, it may take a while for developers to update them.
Macbook Pro News
Almost predictably, eBay is beginning to fill up with scalpers, offering Retina Display MacBooks for as much as $1,700 more than Apple’s asking price.
Despite orders now being estimated at 3-4 weeks dispatch time, the lucky folk who got their orders in early are now receiving their beloved Retina display Macbook Pros.
In line with previous important product launches, Apple has started decorating the Windows of its Apple Stores with oversized Retina Display Macbook Pros that actually look pretty cool.
All the new MacBooks unveiled at WWDC have now been benchmarked using Geekbench, and some pretty interesting results have emerged.
The new MacBook Pros are less than a day old, yet they’ve already got their first update waiting for them.
You might have thought that because of their high price tag, the next gen Macbook Pros unveiled at WWDC would have enough stock to last. Already, that’s proven not to be the case, with the shipping estimate having gone up to 2-3 weeks.
The 17-inch MacBook Pro was completely absent from Apple’s announcements yesterday. And beyond being neglected, the 17-inch MacBook Pro was also removed from Apple’s online store. Murdered. Buried in the rain.
While we’ll have to wait a while to get the new MacBook Pro with Retina display shipped to us, MacTrast contributor Nate Chiger has managed to grab us some nice footage of Apple’s fancy new MacBook!
This one is big, the next generation MacBook Pro was announced this morning, with, yes, a Retina Display! It also has two thunderbolt ports, USB 3.0, HDMI, and SSD flash storage. We now have an in-depth look at it for you.
This morning at the WWDC, Phil Schiller took the stage and announced updates to the popular MacBook Pro lineup. What are we getting? Let’s look!
If you haven’t already had your fill of Apple rumors, 9to5Mac has alleged details on the new Retina MacBooks, featuring up to 16GB RAM, 768GB SSD storage, and a maximum $4000 price tag. Yowza!
The guys at 9to5Mac are at it again, showing supposed leaked specs for the new MacBook Pro and Mac Pro expected to be announced at today’s WWDC keynote.
In line with his claim that Apple is planning to resuscitate its Macbook line at WWDC, KGI’s Ming-Chi Kuo went further, claiming that the 17 inch Macbook Pro will be discontinued in 2012.
TheNextWeb adds a bit more fuel to the WWDC fire by noting that Retina-ready Mac apps are already appearing in the Mac App Store, hinting even further at those Retina-display Macs we’ve been hearing about.
A leaked list with part numbers strongly suggests that Apple may be planning to refresh its entire Mac range at WWDC, as well as various accessories.