Apple's new MacBook is slick and svelte. It only weighs two pounds! But before you get too excited about how well this tiny (gold) laptop might fit into your life, you should know a little bit about its brains. This is not a retina MacBook Air.
It's about damn time Apple reinvented the MacBook. More than the refreshed MacBook Air we've been hearing rumors about since last year, this new laptop is called simply MacBook. It's so little and tiny that we're practically breathless.
The MacBook Air is a positively wonderful computer. One of the best! Its design and build-quality are unrivaled and oft-imitated. It pioneered the ultra-super-slim space. But by today's standards its screen is seriously lacking. And there doesn't seem to be much relief in sight.
The new iMac with Retina display will make your desktop radiate in high-resolution glory. This is the most amazing iMac Apple has ever made.
It looks like we may have to wait a bit longer for those crystal-clear retina MacBook Airs. In a report on Re/code today, John Paczkowski claims that Apple's long-awaited pixel-powered MacBook Air update won't be released at Apple's impending event this Thursday.
9to5Mac reports that Apple is in the late stages of testing new iMacs that have higher resolution displays. We could reportedly see the new Macs at an event in the next couple of weeks.
Apple's brand-spanking-new OS X Yosemite seems to point to a future where iMacs are equipped with Retina displays. As MacRumors discovered via a French developer forum, the preview version of OS X Yosemite includes display settings that correlate to a 27" Retina display. Desktop users, prepare for a crystal clear…
Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities has released predictions about Apple's future laptop plans. Most notably he is forecasting that a 12-inch MacBook with a retina display will be announced in mid-2014, and that it will have a redesigned clamshell that is thinner and lighter than the current MacBook Airs.
Rumors have been swirling which suggest that Apple is readying a new iPad mini with Retina display. Now, though, Reuters reports that supplies will be severely limited when the new tablet goes on sale.
The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Apple suppliers have been gearing up their production lines in order to churn out a new iPad mini with a high-resolution display—and it could, apparently, arrive sometime this year.
HP has just announced a big overhaul of its Envy and Pavilion ranges, and most of the updates are fairly uninspiring—apart from the company's take on Apple's Retina MacBook Pro.
Apple just cut the price of the 13-inch MacBook Pro with Retina display. You can now pick one up for $1,500—$200 less than the original starting price of $1,700.
So there have been these rumors of a larger iPhone. An ‘iPhone Math' is what some are calling it. Worthless, right? I rather hope not. As Marco has suggested, maybe this iPhone Plus is real, and the die-shrunk A5X is heading for this device. I'm going to assume that his wild stab in the dark about the device's…
The only complaint I had about my new MacBook Pro 15 is now gone. Well, not all of them, but only the one about its gorgeous Retina display: Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator are now both available with Retina display support. What a change!
Apple has scored trademarks for "retina" and "game center," which means cruise ships and your eyeballs ARE IN VIOLATION.
As soon as Apple announced the 15-inch Retina MacBook Pro, the countdown started for the 13-inch version. Well, here it is. A slim, trim, portable little MacBook with a gorgeous retina screen and a gut-punch cost. And another reminder that sometimes wonderful things don't live up to their price tag.
iFixit just finished a teardown of Apple's new 13-inch retina MacBook Pro, and the findings are a mixed bag of good and bad news for folks who like to fix their own gear. Compared to the 15-inch retina MBP, the smaller model should be marginally easier to tinker with. But it's still pretty much impossible to repair.