Ever since it has been launched, Retina MacBook Pro is one of the most visually stunning and cutting-edge laptops in today’s market. It boasts a 5 million pixel display with more color and contrast with less glare.
Apple released the updated versions of MacBook Pro and MacBook Air at Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC). Later, Apple released a new update for MacBook Air.
On Tuesday, 26 June 2012, MacRumors received messages from several customers who have received emails from Apple indicating that their launch-day purchases of Retina MacBook Pro machines through Apple’s enterprise sales channel had been delayed by up to a month. Many customers shared this on various online forums as well.
As more and more people are buying the new MacBook Pro and MacBook Air, the GeekBench has compiled benchmark results for the latest laptop offerings.
Sometimes you have to spend money (invest) to make money (profit). The launch of new MacBook Pro with Retina display proves that.
Google Software Engineer and “Chief Apple Polisher,” Nico Weber, recently posted a blog post in which, he promised to commit to polishing the Chrome browser to take advantage of Apple’s new MacBook pro with Retina Display.
Many people expected that Apple would update Mac Pros with Thunderbolt. Sadly they are in for disappointment.
And here you go, the wait is over. Confirmed updates from Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) are here. The updates will keep coming but we are sharing the first update with you.
Reports from the first day of Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) will be available within few hours. Till then, enjoy this teaser.
A spec sheet leaked on Tuesday casts doubt on the online reports regarding the new 13” MacBook featuring a retina display.