Apple Support Communities threads are filling with reports from a number of MacBook Pro and MacBook Air owners who are complaining of battery performance issues since updating their machines to OS X Mountain Lion.
It’s been a long time since I’ve heard the name AxioTron. Back in 2007, the company created a unique modified MacBook called the ModBook – a full OS X based tablet computer (several years before the iPad!). Well, I’ve got two words for you: They’re back!
If you have $1300 laying around, and you’re looking for the highest-capacity solid state storage available, keep reading. If you don’t fit either of those descriptions, especially the monetary one, keep moving folks, nothing to see here…
Gizmodo has what could be the video of the day, with a gun-toting Granny, let’s call her “Dirty Harriet”. (I know, but I always wanted to use that.) Granny has a good time blowing some holes in a stationary MacBook Pro, then takes out her dentures and does a little skeet shooting of some iPhones.
Apple discontinued the Macbook in February 2011, however if KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo is to be believed, it could make a sensational return as soon as Monday at WWDC.
A Macbook robbery was foiled after a security application from Orbicule took a photo of the robber as he opened the machine and even snapped some pics of him chatting on Facebook explaining to his friend how he was planning on selling the stolen device.
Apple’s supply chain is facing labor shortages as a result of strong orders from Apple. With new MacBooks looming, it is presumed that they are the cause of the mass of orders.
The hype surrounding next-generation Macs is building up to a crescendo, with USB 3.o, ultra thin form factors and retina displays the order of the menu. While that last one might seem the most appealing, it could come at a high production cost, with potentially as much as $100 more being added on.
Bloomberg has conformed an earlier rumor that Apple is preparing a new thinner MacBook Pro with a Retina display, which is rumored to launch at WWDC in June!
A concept created by Italian designer Tommaso Gecchelin reveals what a Macbook would look like in 2020, with a completely wireless setup as well as a holographic screen and the ability to scan any object into the computer to create a holographic version.
In an interview with Business Insider, Liquidmetal inventor Atakan Peker has stated that he thinks Apple will use the technology for a ‘breakthrough product’, in other words, more than likely not the iPhone 5.
Extended AppleCare warranties cover a lot of things, but urine damage isn’t one of them – at least that’s what a Pennsylvania school district discovered after an 11-year old boy unleashed his bladder on $36,000 worth of MacBooks!
German company Hard Wrk have come up with an ingenious way you can install 2 SSDs or HDs in your Macbook by using an optical drive that you can slot them into.
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.
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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!