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New 15-inch Apple MacBook Pro with Retina display (2015) gets Force Touch and spec boost

New 15-inch Apple MacBook Pro with Retina display (2015) gets Force Touch and spec boost

By 19 May 2015

Apple has launched its updated 15-inch MacBook Pro with Retina display for 2015. The new 15-inch MacBook Pro with Retina display will come with the Force Touch trackpad that was introduced on the latest 12-inch MacBook and appears on the 13-inch MacBook... >>

Apple 12-inch iPad Pro render leaks, expected with 15-inch Retina MacBook at WWDC 2015

Apple 12-inch iPad Pro render leaks, expected with 15-inch Retina MacBook at WWDC 2015

By 1 May 2015

Apple has long been rumoured to release a larger 12-inch iPad Pro tablet with nothing appearing for a while, until now. A recent leak shows off an early render of the tablet making it the largest Apple has ever made. The iPad Pro is expected to receive... >>

New Apple MacBook Pro and MacBook Air 2015 announced: Faster and smarter

New Apple MacBook Pro and MacBook Air 2015 announced: Faster and smarter

By 9 March 2015

Apple took the opportunity to announce its new range of MacBooks at its Spring forward event where the Apple Watch was launched today. The new 13-inch MacBook Pro for 2015 has been upgraded to include the latest Force Touch trackpad that is launching... >>

Apple MacBook Pro Retina spec upgrade leaked

Apple MacBook Pro Retina spec upgrade leaked

By 28 July 2014

Apple should be updating the MacBook Pro Retina line soon with improved power specs. According to a photo of Apple's MacBook Pro Retina specs, leaked in China, an upgrade is due soon. We've already heard rumours of Apple updating its MacBook line but... >>

Microsoft takes aim at the MacBook with Surface Pro 3, but is it firing blanks?

Microsoft takes aim at the MacBook with Surface Pro 3, but is it firing blanks?

By 21 May 2014

Microsoft made no secret about what was in its sights at the launch of the Surface Pro 3 on Tuesday, using Apple's MacBook Air as a comparison. Microsoft goes one step further than this, offering the MacBook Pro up as a comparison on its pre-order page... >>

A week in reviews: 11 - 15 November

A week in reviews: 11 - 15 November

By 16 November 2013

Mid November and there's only one thing on most people's minds: the imminent Xbox One and Playstation 4 launches. In the UK we have to wait a little longer than America does for the PS4 launch, but we've been playing around with the final machine's user... >>

Apple MacBook Pro 13-inch with Retina display (late 2013) review
4 out of 5

Apple MacBook Pro 13-inch with Retina display (late 2013) review

By 11 November 2013

The MacBook Pro is Apple's top-of-the-line laptop computer and one that comes with plenty of power. It's available in two versions: the 13-inch and 15-inch, both of which can offer Retina display - as in this model on review - and a powerful spec sheet... >>

Apple updates MacBook Pro with Retina display range, cheaper and more powerful

Apple updates MacBook Pro with Retina display range, cheaper and more powerful

By 13 February 2013

Apple has just announced processor changes and price drops for its MacBook Pro with Retina display range. Starting with the 13-inch model, the original version with 128GB of flash storage is still £1,249, but the 256GB flash storage model will now come... >>

Photoshop CS6 and Illustrator CS6 now Retina ready

Photoshop CS6 and Illustrator CS6 now Retina ready

By 11 December 2012

Adobe has finally updated Photoshop CS6 and Illustrator CS6 to play nice with Apple's Retina Macbook Pro models, six months after the Cupertino-based company launched the screen tech in San Francisco. The new updates come ahead of a scheduled announcement... >>

Apple to shift production of 'some' Macs to the US

Apple to shift production of 'some' Macs to the US

By 6 December 2012

Apple is going to move some manufacturing to the US in 2013, shifting away from the current factories in China. Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, confirmed in an interview with Bloomberg Businessweek: "Next year we’re going to bring some production to the US." ... >>