Apple Adds Touch Bar and Touch ID to Entry-Level MacBook Pro

The new 13-inch Pro also comes with True Tone and 8th-gen processors.


You Can Now Test macOS Mojave on the 2018 MacBook Pro

Apple has released another beta of macOS Mojave for testing on the Mac before a release to the general public this fall. While there isn’t much new in the beta, the new build does add support for Apple’s lineup of 2018 MacBook Pros. The laptops were initially introduced last week Continue Reading

Apple’s New MacBook Pros Use Silicon to Protect the Keyboard

This past week, Apple unveiled its latest lineup of MacBook Pros, complete with upgraded specs, True Tone displays, and an improved keyboard. That last feature was especially appreciated by owners of previous-generation Pros which suffered from major keyboard problems that, in some cases, would disable an entire keyboard due to Continue Reading

Apple Unveils Upgraded MacBook Pros with True Tone Displays, Better Processors, More RAM

Apple has unexpectedly unveiled some new MacBook Pros that are, surprisingly, more than just chipset bumps. According to the company, the upgrades can be found in both the 13-inch and 15-inch Touch Bar-enabled laptops. Meanwhile, the non-Touch Bar-equipped 13-inch model doesn’t get any of the new goodies. That being said, Continue Reading

Google Chrome Updated with MacBook Pro Touch Bar Support

Google has updated its Chrome browser to version 60 with support for Apple’s MacBook Pro Touch Bar (via 9to5Mac). With the update, you can visit View > Customize Touch Bar to add shortcuts to commands within Chrome to the Touch Bar like a search bar, the bookmark button, back/forward controls, Continue Reading

Apple Upgrades Entire Mac Lineup w/ USB-C, Fresh Graphics and Processors, Brighter Displays

At WWDC 2017, Apple today updated their entire iMac lineup. This includes an upgrade to Intel Kaby Lake processors, up to 64GB of RAM, fresh graphics, improved displays, and two USB-C Thunderbolt 3 ports. Apple says these new upgrades will further benefit the development of VR which is natively supported Continue Reading

Apple May Be Updating the Entire MacBook Lineup at WWDC 2017

A new report out of Bloomberg claims that Apple will be giving each and every MacBook in its current lineup an update at this year’s WWDC conference. We’re already expecting a Siri speaker and 10.5-inch iPad, so this just adds onto the expected hardware-based announcements that will sit alongside iOS Continue Reading

Apple’s Next Macs May Feature a Custom-Built Secondary Processor

A new report from Bloomberg claims that Apple is currently developing an ARM-based processor that’ll be found in upcoming Macs, possibly in upgrades to the 2016 MacBook Pros. Mind you, this won’t fully replace current Intel chipsets found in the computers, but sit alongside the already-installed processors and act as Continue Reading

Apple’s Next MacBooks Will Have Intel Kaby Lake Chipsets, 32GB RAM

Popular analyst KGI has published a note obtained by MacRumors attempting to shed light on what Apple has planned in regards to the MacBook line in 2017. In the note, KGI claims Apple will refresh the 12-inch MacBook once again and include Intel Kaby Lake chipsets, a major step up Continue Reading

Apple Reduces Prices of USB-C Dongles to Accomodate MacBook Pro Buyers

In probably one of the company’s best moves so far this year, Apple today announced that they’re slashing the prices of their USB-C adapters that accommodate the new MacBook Pros alongside the 12-inch MacBook so they can help professional users “move to the latest technology and peripherals.” Here’s the press Continue Reading