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Apple Patents Colored Backlight Keyboard For Future MacBooks

MacBook hardware has not changed much in the past few years except the replacement of the butterfly keyboard with the magic keyboard on the new 16-inch MacBook Pro. A new patent from Apple has emerged which shows to have a colorful backlight keyboard on a MacBook that would not only be used for illumination effect but also for receiving the feedback of the user. Read More

Apple Has Patented Virtual Sound Technology To Improve Audio In MacBooks

When it comes to the audio experience on a MacBook, Apple has always had the best hardware. The company is now taking this a level further and has patented a new technology that will deliver virtual sound in future MacBooks. Basically, this will deliver great results when you listen to music or watch movies on your laptop. Read More

Apple Will Launch The New 13-Inch MacBook Pro With Magic Keyboard In 2020

Ever since MacBook users complained of keyboard problems with the butterfly mechanism, Apple is trying to resolve it with the new Magic Keyboard that you can see in the newly launched 16-inch MacBook Pro. Now the company is planning to introduce the same Magic Keyboard in the upcoming 13-inch MacBook Pro which is expected to launch in the first half of 2020. Read More

Apple Launches The 16-Inch MacBook Pro

Apple has finally announced their new 16-inch MacBook Pro as we have been hearing a lot of rumors about it since the start of 2019. This new laptop is now the best performing MacBook Pro by Apple and comes with a bigger and better battery capacity. The company has also added the new Magic keyboard that takes care of the previously flawed butterfly-switch keyboard. Read More

Apple Is Recalling 2015 MacBook Pros

Apple is not taking any chance with their 2015 MacBook Pro laptops and has started recalling them over a possible fire hazard. The company had received complaints about the 15-inch MacBook Pros that were sold between the duration of September 2015 and February 2017. The main reason for this is being noted as a battery problem, where they could overheat and eventually lead to an unintended fire issue. Read More