Apple announced a stellar lineup of new products today, and we got our hands on them for a few brief, precious moments this morning. Here are our photos.
It’s Apple Christmas yet again today as the company unveiled new iPads, a new Mac Pro, even refreshed MacBook Pros at a press briefing in San Francisco.
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Conventional wisdom says that viral videos are supposed to be fairly short. But Apple’s most popular video of 2012 turns out be almost seven minutes long.
“It’s been an incredible year … a truly prolific year of innovation for Apple,” Tim Cook said today. He’s right.
Retina has come to the 13-inch MacBook Pro, and it’s gorgeous. Apple announced the update to its 13-inch pro-level laptop at an event today in San Jose, Calif.
Apple may release its 13-inch Macbook Pro during a media event planned on October 23, and it seems pricing for the new laptop has been leaked.
Apparently, Apple sells more than products preceded by the letter ”I.”
Months after introducing the 15-inch Macbook Pro with Retina display, Apple plans to do the same with a 13-inch model.
A number of Macbook Pro and Macbook Air owners are reporting that the Mountain Lion OS X upgrade is behaving like a (non-sparkling) vampire by sucking the life out of their machine’s battery.
The 17-inch MacBook Pro is dead. Long live the MacBook Pro with Retina Display.
Apple‘s MacBook Pro laptop line received a small upgrade today in speed and storage, although it hasn’t gotten much attention given all the iPhone 4S release excitement.
After years of trying, Dell may have finally bested Apple’s MacBook Pro — at least in terms of thinness.
Shiny, new MacBook Pros have reportedly appeared in Apple’s inventory system.
Editor's Pick Former Apple CEO Steve Jobs passed away Wednesday at the age of 56, but during his time at Apple’s helm, he brought world an incredible array of visionary products that he helped design and create.
Apple’s flagship MacBook Pro laptops may be in for a refresher this month, thanks to new Sandy Bridge processors from Intel, reports AppleInsider.
Here’s your latest crazy Apple rumor: Sources say that Apple is looking to move towards ARM processors in its laptops, which would replace the Intel chips its been relying on for the past few years, SemiAccurate reports.
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With the announcement of new MacBook Pros this morning came the news that Intel’s Light Peak technology is now known as Thunderbolt.
Just as we expected, Apple this morning announced the latest refresh of its Macbook Pro laptop family. Among the changes are the inclusion of Intel’s new Sandy Bridge Core i5 and i7 processors, high-speed Thunderbolt ports, and FaceTime HD cameras.
Apple is reportedly planning to introduce new MacBook Pro laptops this week, based on stories leaking from retailers. The company may also use a new high-speed connection technology.
The iPad is Apple’s gateway to notebook PC dominance — if you agree with Deutsche Bank’s Chris Whitmore’s reasoning that investors will begin to look at tablets as notebooks. When viewed in that light, Apple is now the No. 3 notebook PC company — trouncing Dell, Asus, Lenovo, and Toshiba — reports Fortune.