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.
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.
What happens when Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) falls outside of the announcement schedule for iPhone, and iPad updates? According to online reports, Apple makes it up to developers and Apple fanboys by updating everything else in their arsenal.
Earlier, this month, we reported that despite no confirmation from Apple, there was a strong possibility of new MacBooks to be launched in World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC), this June.
Usually, June is always an important month for Apple fanboys, either due to Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), which is next month, this year, or due to the announcement of the launch of a new Apple product.
A new rumor is circulating that Apple is set to launch a new $799 MacBook Air in Q3 of this year. DigiTimes, one of our favorite source of Apple rumors, says that the tip had come from sources in upstream supply chain.
According to a report released by analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple may be preparing to drop the 17-inch MacBook Pro lineup due to weak sales. Kuo has offered accurate information on Apple’s Mac product roadmap in the past.
Intel’s upcoming Ivy Bridge update are scheduled to be officially announced and made available on 23 April 2012. The updates will most likely be immediately used to build updated, Air-like MacBook Pros including second-gen Thunderbolt controllers.