After using the Late 2016 MacBook Pro 13-inch for a year, I share my experience. Gear I used to...Read More
The other day we heard of a professor who could not play a movie which he purchased on iTunes via a projector output from a new MacBook. This was due to an HDCP issue in Quicktime which disallowed him to output protected content through the new Mini DisplayPort on the updated MacBooks. Apple has now fixed this issue with the Quicktime 7.5.7 Update.
In case you need to disassemble your currently warranted MacBook, ifixit has a nicely illustrated tear down of the new MacBook and MacBook Pro. The MacBooks are quite well built when you look through the pictures and Apple has made the battery, hard drive and memory easily accessible.
The Rumor mill has started up again and it comes from Kevin Rose of Digg(we all wish we had his source). Bluray support should be built into the next update of Leopard. Apple has pretty much always backed the BluRay camp over HD-DVD, but has never revealed plans to install the players in its Macs.Read More