In 2012 the Macbook Pro Retina wasn’t so much the next stage of laptops as it was a fun oddity by Apple. It was a workstation, designed to handle grueling video and photo editing tasks with aplomb, but it was missing some workstation musts, like a DVD drive or Ethernet port. Instead it was thinner and lighter than a…
Compounding the recent stock shortages of Apple’s MacBook Air, it seems Cupertino’s not-quite-so-air-tight seal has leaked a few new model numbers—which point to either a refreshed MacBook Air or Retina Pro waiting in the wings for WWDC.
We've been expecting the new 13-inch version of the MacBook Pro with Retina Display to come out with the iPad Mini but here is more possible proof that it's actually coming. Pictures of the upcoming laptop have popped up and show ports on the left and right side, the battery layout and more features inside.
This is great news! Instead of having to deal with Apple pre-configured MacBook Pro Retina options, now you can freely configure your machine in any way you want. Processor, memory and storage, you can combine them all for your optimal performance/price point ratio.
Apple's Power Nap, which allows Macs to pull down email, calendar changes, software updates and whatever else from the internet while in standby, is now available as a firmware update for those running Mountain Lion.
If you use Twitter's official Mac app on a MacBook Pro Retina you know that it sucks. It's a piece of unreadable blurry crap that makes me want to punch my computer. Thankfully, Tapbots came to the rescue with a gorgeous, Retina-optimized Twitter client: Tweetbot.
That svelte, pixel-dense MacBook Pro with Retina Display sure is a beaut, ain't she? Yep, that's what everyone thinks. Especially thieves. But without a Kensington Security Slot, how oh how will you be able to lock your more than two thousand dollar investment? With ugly, horrible plastic.