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Apple MacBook (12-inch) review: Is port-free the future?
4 out of 5

Apple MacBook (12-inch) review: Is port-free the future?

By 13 May 2015

With its 12-inch super glossy Retina display and ultra portability, the new Apple MacBook promises users the chance to live the future of computing not tomorrow, but today. But by stripping out all the standard ports, has the company refined this particular... >>

Hub+ is the gorgeous USB-C adapter for MacBook that adds ports, doubles as charger

Hub+ is the gorgeous USB-C adapter for MacBook that adds ports, doubles as charger

By 13 May 2015

If you're going to be an owner of the new Apple MacBook you may be looking for an adapter to turn that single USB-C port into more. The Hub+ is a new offering on Kickstarter that is smashing its goal. At the moment the new MacBook will not allow more... >>

These MacBook Adapters will add the ports back to the new Apple laptop

These MacBook Adapters will add the ports back to the new Apple laptop

By 10 March 2015

The new 12-inch Apple MacBook is void of all but two sockets: the new USB Type-C and the 3.5mm headphones jack. Those worried that the move means that nothing will be able to be plugged in shouldn't be, as there are five USB Type-C adapters to help you... >>

Here are all of Apple's adverts and videos from the Spring Forward event

Here are all of Apple's adverts and videos from the Spring Forward event

By 9 March 2015

Apple has finished its Spring Forward event, where it showed off an exclusive Apple TV partnership with HBO Now, an all-new gold MacBook pro with a Retina display, and pricing for Apple Watch, among many other things. And now we're posting every video... >>

Apple MacBook vs MacBook Air 11-inch: What's the difference?

Apple MacBook vs MacBook Air 11-inch: What's the difference?

By 9 March 2015

Apple has announced a new MacBook at its Spring forward special event, a device that Phil Schiller, Apple VP, said was designed for "extreme portability". It revives the MacBook name, which used to be the entry-level notebook device. The small format... >>

Retina-ready app arrives in Apple App Store suggesting Retina Display Mac is incoming

Retina-ready app arrives in Apple App Store suggesting Retina Display Mac is incoming

By 8 June 2012

Speculation is mounting that a Retina Display Mac could be revealed at Apple’s WWDC, after an app supporting the theory has appeared on Apple’s Mac App Store. Folderwatch, an app used for synching, monitoring and mirroring files, includes the words... >>

Apple to refresh all Mac models with Retina Display at WWDC claims source

Apple to refresh all Mac models with Retina Display at WWDC claims source

By 5 June 2012

Apple is about to refresh its entire line of Mac computers at WWDC, according to "sources", in a move that would see every model in the range get Retina Display support. According to Mac site 9to5mac.com, Apple's line of MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, iMac,... >>

Apple MacBook Pro (Late 2011)
4.5 out of 5

Apple MacBook Pro (Late 2011)

By 23 November 2011

The 13-inch Apple MacBook Pro, until recently, was a bit of a misnomer. There wasn't much Pro about a Core 2 Duo processor and the Sandy-Bridge-packing 15- and 17-inch options out specced it massively. It felt like a bulkier MacBook Air and in some cases,... >>

Adobe Carousel spins its way onto Apple devices

Adobe Carousel spins its way onto Apple devices

By 27 October 2011

Photo browsing has never been massively straightforward. Programs like Adobe Bridge can often get laggy, whilst iPhoto and Lightroom seem obsessed with backing media up and chewing up hard drive space.  With its latest cross platform release Adobe hopes... >>

Apple MacBook Air 11-inch (2011)
4.5 out of 5

Apple MacBook Air 11-inch (2011)

By 14 October 2011

You don’t have to love Apple, or even like it, to have a deep appreciation for the new generation of MacBook Air. The two models, of 13- and 11-inches, are the most visually impressive and delightful laptops on the market. Where Apple scores with the... >>