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.
It finally looks like Apple has pulled the plug on the white Macbook. The last in line of the non-aluminum Macbook range, the Macbook was first introduced in 2006 and replaced the similarly designed iBook range.
Apple is likely to soon announce a refresh to their Macbook and Mac Mini range. Originally it was thought that leaked part numbers outed an impending Macbook Air and Mac Pro refresh, however, a source close to 9to5 has come forward and claimed the part numbers are for a Macbook and Mac Mini refresh.
According to recent reports, available stock of Apple’s $999 white MacBook has become quite constrained. Combine this with the rumors of other refreshes (like the MacBook Air) and OS X Lion in July, and the possibility of a new entry-level MacBook rises to the surface.
An Apple support document dated May 26 details Apple’s now “MacBook Bottom Case Replacement Program.” The program allows owners of MacBooks shipped between October ’09 an April 2011 that have problems with the pads coming off their case a free replacement inside or outside of warranty.
A recent Consumer Report ranking for laptops puts Apple’s range of Macbooks top of the heap in every category they’re in. If you ever needed to convince your friends or family that buying an Apple laptop is a wise choice, then please point them to this post and the consumer report.
The Christie’s auctioned Apple-1 which fetched a whopping £133,250 (roughly $211k) was on show at the Polytechnic University of Turin in Italy this week.
It seems Apple is just another in a long line of companies Linex is suing for violating its wireless communications patents. Apple is not alone in this episode as Linex also seeks the same action against HP, Aruba Networks, Meru Networks and Ruckus Wireless.
An analyst (Ben Reitzes of Barclays Capital) thinks that as soon as the end of this year the MacBook Air line may be running on ARM chips as opposed to Intel. This assumption may well come from reports that were suggesting Apple will be switching to ARM for MacBooks in 2013.