Apple has finally brought Force Touch to the Magic Trackpad with the new Magic Trackpad 2. Instead...Read More
I discuss the new products and updates Apple released on the July 26th and 27th. We discuss the Magic Pad, Battery Charger, iMac’s, Mac Pro’s and Safari 5. See the video for all the details....Read More
Otterbox has been on a roll lately with their slew of case release. This time they have chosen to protect your Blackberry Bold 9700 in two different ways. First we have the Impact series which is your basic silicone protection. The other option is the Commuter series which adds to the silicone with an external layer of plastic protection.Read More
The newest update to the MacBook came today with an all new unibody plastic line. The enclosure has a slightly different look to it, adds a glass multi-touch trackpad and an LED backlight for the screen. Price still start at $999 and offer the new 7-hour battery. See the rest of the details on Apple’s page [Here]Read More
Apple released an update for the trackpad on the new MacBook to correct the click issue many of the users were having.
This firmware update addresses an issue where trackpad clicks may not be recognized on MacBook (Late 2008) and MacBook Pro (Late 2008) systems.
It’s great that Apple fixed the issue so quickly and could fix it with a firmware update. You can get the update from the software update or via Apple.
The MacBooks being released later today have a few confirmations from Daring Fireball we thought we would share:
1. The trackpad on the MacBook and the MacBook Pro are indeed buttonless and are interestingly made of glass.
2. MacBook Air will be updated with a 120GB drive or a 128GB SSD.
3. MacBook and MacBook Pro will be available with a Glossy-only screenRead More
Another leaked pic of tomorrows MacBook has come to our attention. The picture is of the new MacBook and shows a normal trackpad, but is lacking a button for the mouse. Per Engadgets post "metal and glass" enclosure now houses an NVIDIA GPU, but no FireWire 400, and video-out is apparently through a connector "more compact" than MicroDVI.
This means the glass trackpad could be a reality or just wishful thinking…Read More
Apple will be holding their event in Cupertino, California tomorrow morning at 10am Pacific, 1PM Eastern as most of you know. There is one thing we know for sure about the event as Apple has already notified us of the upcoming notebooks.
The upcoming notebooks have been revamped with a nice "Brick" of Aluminum. We can see below what the new notebooks will look like as far as their trackpad and keyboard are concerned.
We posted a picture the other day of a similar looking macbook pro and here is another unofficial photo. This time the image surfaced right after Apple Insider posted the following. "The new designs were described as a cross between the 13-inch MacBook Air introduced this January and the aluminum iMacs that made their debut during the summer of 2007. In its April report, AppleInsider noted this would include a trimming or tapering around the edges and instances of black material to contrast the largely aluminum motif of the new notebooks."