It appears iPhone XS and XS Max have some LTE and WiFi issues. I put them to the test and talk...Read More
As expected, Apple has issued invitations to an October 22nd keynote. Expected at this event are new iPads with a slimmer bezel and more iPad mini-like form factor, the new Mac Pro, and updated MacBook Pros with Hazwell...Read More
The MacBook Pro family has been in need of a refresh for some time now and Apple has finally made available one impressive array of updates. To start with all MacBook Pros now come with an Intel Core i5 or i7 Sandy Bridge...Read More
Click to Play We take a look at the Application WhatSize for Mac OSX. This app helps you pinpoint where and what the space on your hard drive is being used for.ID-Design is also giving away two licensed copies to the inners of...Read More
Apple today has brought out a refresh for their MacBook Pro lineup. The new MacBooks no longer contain Core 2 Duo processors, but have instead moved to the Core i5 and i7 family ranging from 2.4GHz to 2.66GHz. Aside from the...Read More
According to a new post from Faq-Mac.com[Translated], Intel has sent an email to members of its Intel Retail Edge program with the chance to win a new MacBook Pro. The interesting thing about the contest is that it details some specifications we have not yet seen as part of the MacBook lineup. The contest shows a Core i5 based MacBook Pro.Read More
In case you have not Wooted before, Woot! offers a daily deal for a random product. Sometimes the deal is a great deal and other times it has a decent price, but is nothing you would ever want. Now enter Deals.Woot! The new site offers members of its community a way to find the best deals by submitting them, voting on them and occasionally selling the deal. The community can even suggest an item to Woot! All of this sounds very interesting and my brief time with it shows some pretty decent deals.Read More
We have heard this rumor over and over, but this time the images and rumors come from a Russian magazine which also gives us specs on the so-name, MacBook Mini. Although we don’t know how real or true the specifications are, it is not unlikely that Apple is working on such a MacBook. If such a MacBook Mini were to be released, the speculation says it would retail for $899.00, which is way out of netbook range and questionable for such a price as it comes awful close to the MacBook price range.
We all knew this was coming soon and today we have quite a few updates. Aesthetically nothing has changes except a few ports, but the prices, specs and offerings have changed to give those who do not yet have a Mac or need a second one, quite the bargain.
The significant change to the Mac Mini and iMac’s are the addition of an nvidia GeForce 9400m or you can also get the GeForce 130 GT in the high end iMacs and the Mac Pro’s.