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Apple MacBook Pro Retina spec upgrade leaked

Apple MacBook Pro Retina spec upgrade leaked

By 2 hours ago

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... >>

Awkward: Jimmy Fallon forgets to hide MacBook before interviewing Bill Gates

Awkward: Jimmy Fallon forgets to hide MacBook before interviewing Bill Gates

By 22 January 2014

When you're interviewing one of the world's richest and most charitable men, it may be a good idea not to have their competitor's product on your desk.  In an interview on NBC's Late Night with Jimmy Fallon on Tuesday, Fallon forgot to hide his Apple... >>

Gear of the Year 2013: The Pocket-lint team's favourite tech gadgets of the year

Gear of the Year 2013: The Pocket-lint team's favourite tech gadgets of the year

By 31 December 2013

It's been a rollercoaster ride through the world of tech in 2013. The promise of wearable tech seems to have all but worn off - pun intended - and we're at the advent of Ultra HD 4K content and devices becoming mainstream. Or supposedly. The chatter of... >>

Simple tool makes the MacBook's MagSafe a little less finicky

Simple tool makes the MacBook's MagSafe a little less finicky

By 16 December 2013

Proud owners of a recent-generation MacBook will probably notice the MagSafe connector falls out extremely easy. If you're lying in bed or have your laptop in your lap, it doesn't take much for the MagSafe connector to fallout. It happens to us daily.... >>

Retina MacBook Pro (2013) vs MacBook Air (2013): What's the difference?

Retina MacBook Pro (2013) vs MacBook Air (2013): What's the difference?

By 11 November 2013

Apple recently updated its Retina MacBook Pro line with Intel’s fourth-generation Haswell processors, new graphics chips and better battery life. It also dropped prices across, significantly. The 13-inch Retina MacBook Pro and 13-inch MacBook Air are... >>

Apple MacBook Pro 13-inch with Retina display (late 2013) review
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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's October event advert videos now live on YouTube

Apple's October event advert videos now live on YouTube

By 23 October 2013

Apple has unveiled completely refreshed iPads and Macs, and so the company has naturally published those products' corresponding promo and advert videos - which originally aired at its 22 October event - on YouTube. There were four new videos posted on... >>

Retina MacBook Pro (2013) vs Retina MacBook Pro (2012): What's the difference?

Retina MacBook Pro (2013) vs Retina MacBook Pro (2012): What's the difference?

By 22 October 2013

Apple has officially announced its next-generation Retina MacBook Pro, the laptop considered to be the go-to among students, professionals, and those looking for a bit of play.  You may be curious to see what changes the new MacBook Pro brings over the... >>

Apple MacBook Pro with Intel Haswell debuts, touting better battery life and price drops

Apple MacBook Pro with Intel Haswell debuts, touting better battery life and price drops

By 22 October 2013

Apple executives are live on stage at the company's 22 October media event, introducing a variety of refreshed products such as new MacBook Pros. Apple's MacBook Airs have already received the latest Intel Haswell processors, but the MacBook Pro line... >>

Official: Apple to host event on 22 October

Official: Apple to host event on 22 October

By 15 October 2013

The rumoured 22 October Apple launch event has become fact, as the coveted invitations have just arrived. The fruit giant recently launched its new iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C, but there was no mention of the new iPads, Macbooks or Mavericks OS X we expected... >>