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16-inch MacBook Pro and 10.2-inch iPad rumored to launch this fall

July 9th, 2019

Apple is expected to add brand new iPad and MacBook Pro models to its lineup, reports have claimed over the past few months. We heard that a 10.2-inch iPad would replace the 9.7-inch model, while a 16-inch MacBook Pro would join Apple’s MacBook lineup this fall. A brand new story out of Asia seems to …

MacBook Air 2019

Apple discounts MacBook Air, discontinues non-Touch Bar MacBook Pro

July 9th, 2019

After refreshing the MacBook Pro Touch Bar models a few months ago, Apple on Tuesday did the same thing with two other MacBook models, while discontinuing other MacBook models. Launched last year, the Retina MacBook Air got a price cut that many people will appreciate. Unsurprisingly, Apple discontinued the old MacBook Air design, as well …

MacBook Pro 2019

Apple’s unannounced new MacBook Pro just leaked

July 3rd, 2019

Earlier this year, Apple updated some of its MacBook Pro models, but not all of them. Specifically, the cheaper non-Touch Bar models, which are referred to by many as “MacBook Escape” models, did not receive the same boost in performance that the pricier Pro laptops received. But these entry-level MacBook Pro models may soon get …

MacBook Pro Keyboard

MacBook Pro teardown dives into Apple’s efforts to improve its keyboard design

May 24th, 2019

After years of controversy and deserved criticism, Apple earlier this week introduced a refreshed MacBook Pro with a slightly tweaked design that, we can only hope, will address longstanding complaints about the butterfly-switch keyboard originally introduced in 2016. At this point, it’s been well-documented that the MacBook Pro keyboard is prone to failure if even …

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Apple’s latest MacBook Pro refresh once again addresses keyboard issues

May 21st, 2019

Apple doesn’t often admit fault, but the quiet launch of a new MacBook Pro model today, alongside an adjustment to the Keyboard Service Program, seems to be the company’s way of acknowledging that there’s more work to be done to address the butterfly keyboard issues of its laptop line. According to Apple, the keyboard design …