MacBook Airs, White MacBooks, Mac Minis But No Mac Pros This Month?

New Apple products are expected to drop soon, but according to 9to5Mac's sources, the bundle of presents won't actually include Mac Pros after all. Turns out the part numbers they intercepted earlier this week referred to a white MacBook and Mac Mini. » 7/13/11 6:00am 7/13/11 6:00am

All About the New Macbook Pros 2011

Today, on Steve Jobs' birthday, Apple updated its MacBook Pro line with much faster models. But you probably already guessed that. Unsurprisingly, they've now got an Intel Light Peak port (renamed as Thunderbolt), which can transfer data at 10Gb/s. Plus, a new HD camera for FaceTime, which costs $1 from the Mac App… » 2/24/11 8:43am 2/24/11 8:43am

Apple to Introduce New High-speed Connection with Next Macbooks,…

CNET is reporting that Apple will introduce a new high-speed connection technology with either their upcoming MacBook Pro or another product altogether. Supposedly, the technology is actually Intel's Light Peak technology, which is expected to replace the various cables that connect multiple devices (your display, usb… » 2/20/11 10:00am 2/20/11 10:00am

Seagate 2.5-inch Hard Drive Flaw Affecting MacBooks?

Retrodata, a data-recovery company, has just issued a warning for Apple MacBook owners with Seagate hard drives that were manufactured in China and have a firmware version of 7.01. Apparently these have a fatal flow that cause their read/write heads to fail mechanically, scratching up the hard drive surface as pictured … » 10/29/07 4:40pm 10/29/07 4:40pm

Mac Notebooks Suffering from Stretch Marks, Swollen Batteries?

Perhaps this is a sign that we're overdue for some new Mac portables. A very caring MacBook owner recently found unsightly stretch marks along his Mac's derriere, despite pampering it like it was his first-born. Earlier we heard reports of swollen batteries on MacBook Pros—one of them even went up in flames. Sounds… » 3/23/07 5:59pm 3/23/07 5:59pm

DIY Carbon Fiber MacBook

While it may look like the Giz was visited by one of Apple's little elves, what you're looking at is actually an ordinary MacBook. Albeit one that's in disguise. Tired with the MacBook's lack of color options, an inventive Apple fan customized their MacBook with Carbon Graphix, an easily attainable $20 vinyl sticker… » 12/12/06 11:50am 12/12/06 11:50am