Intel’s next-gen Ivy Bridge processors will now be launching on April 23rd, suggesting that Intel may be rushing the processors for inclusion in Apple’s forthcoming MacBooks and iMacs.
With the intent to create products that appeal across demographics, Incase uses creativity and user-based knowledge to design quality accessories. The Compact Backpack is a testament of time-tested craftsmanship and is my preferred mode of on-the-go MacBook and iPad protection.
Want an external battery for your MacBook, but don’t want to spend a lot of money? The Verge has hacked together a solution you can build for less than $60! Dig in!
Intel’s next-gen Ivy Bridge mobile and desktop CPUs are reportedly set to launch at the end of April, and that very likely means that new MacBooks and iMacs (and possibly Mac Pros) will shortly follow.
New clues found in OS X Mountain Lion back up previous clues found in OS X 10.7.3 and Apple’s iMessage beta in suggesting that Apple is actively working on preparing OS X for future Retina-display Macs and displays.
IBM has 30,00 employees carrying iPhones, 10,000 using iPads, and 10,000 toting MacBooks. According to a presentation last week at MacWorld iWorld, IBM might have the largest Apple deployment in the World. Outside of Apple itself, of course.
The iPad’s already looks pretty amazing…but would it look even better if it were wearing the right shirt? A new startup company called Computer Apparel thinks so, and aims to sell padded cases for the iPad, MacBook Pro and other devices that resemble folded-up clothing.
The glowing Apple logo featured in all of Apple’s MacBooks has been a source of joy to fans for some time. Naturally, a 3rd-party case mod is now available to provide the same effect to your iPhone 4!
Over three decades ago, UK-based office furniture manufacturer Hille International set about designing a brand new and appealing office chair that would shake up the office furniture market for years to come.
With products like the iPad and MacBook Air challenging and changing the way consumers thing about portable computers, Japanese blog Macotakara claims that Apple may be preparing to launch a brand new line of Macs unlike anything they have released before.
Have you ever wished you had x-ray vision? Of course you have, who hasn’t, right? Fortunately for you, this cool MacBook decal brings the illusion to life. While this MacBook decal unfortunately won’t really give you X-Ray vision, it’ll at least provide the illusion for a while.
Apple have been awarded a patent that will allow them integrate wireless antennas into keyboards. Future Macbooks may come with 3G and GPS built into keyboards and provide a fully mobile solution to users. The patent was filled in early 2008, approximately a year after Apple created a prototype Macbook Pro with a built in antenna to receive a 3G signal.
A few weeks ago Apple dropped the white Macbook from their laptop range. The polycarbonate Macbook was first introduced in May 2006 and had its last update in May 2010. Check out the gallery to view some vintage Macbooks.
Following an earlier MacTrast report detailing detailing differences with Macs shipped after Lion’s release (and that they would be difficult to restore from hard drive failure or replacement), it appears that Apple has heard our cries. According to a new report, Apple will now be offering OS X Lion USB keys to customers that purchased the affected Macs.
According to a concerning new report from security researcher Charlie Miller, Apple’s MacBook line of notebooks have a security vulnerability that could allow a hacker to control your battery’s smart chip, potentially causing it to overheat and explode.
Following today’s earlier news that Apple has already sold over 500,000 of the new MacBook Airs they just released yesterday, a new report indicates that MacBook Air sales should continue to remain strong, and that Apple may sell up to 15 million new MacBook Airs by year’s end.