Apple Ranked Fifth In The Top Laptop League

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In the top rankings for all brands of laptop for the year 2017, Apple has surprisingly dropped to the fifth position after its reputation took a serious hit in 2016 because of the USB C-port. Apple has always sold its laptops at a premium, but in 2017, it wasn’t considered quite worth by the customers as reported by Laptop Magazine. Read More

MacBook Pro With New Mac Chip To Be Launched

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Apple updated the MacBook Pro in 2016 but it did not go too well with the users since a major and more powerful update was expected. The MacBook Pro got a power boost and a new Rose Gold colour option, whereas the MacBook Air simply got a new 8GB onboard memory standard, and that was for the 13in model only. But this year looks promising since Apple has planned to launch a fresh version of the MacBook Pro featuring a new Apple-designed chip designed for low-power consumption. Read More

The New MacBook – Apple Is On A Roll

 

mac1The Apple MacBook which was released about a year ago is finally getting an upgrade. This time in the form of a faster processor, a longer battery life and the Rose Gold option. The Rose Gold will be added option along with the Space Grey, and Silver along with other gold options. The new and improved MacBook will be available to buy starting tomorrow, the 20th of April 2016 from Apple’s online store.  Read More

MacBook Air To Get A Facelift

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According to a report from the Economic Daily, Apple is preparing a completely redesigned version of the MacBook Air for its launch in June. The launch is expected to take place at Apple’s annual WorldWide Developers Conference (WWDC) and rumors have it that the MacBook Air is getting a major face lift. Read More

Delay In Launch Of 12″ MacBook Air

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According to Taiwan’s Economic Daily News, Apple might push back the release of its rumoured 12-inch MacBook to late 2014 or early 2015. Initial rumours had suggested the launch towards fall 2014. The most probable reason for the hold up is the short supply of Intel’s 14-nanometer Broadwell chips which will be used in the MacBook. According to another rumour, U-series Broadwell chips may not ship until February 2015, hence delaying it even further. There have been numerous instances in the past when Intel’s chips have caused delay in the release of MacBooks. Read More