According to 9to5Mac, Apple is constraining the supply of all current MacBook models, in anticipation of a refresh of the line of the product. They also claim that the part numbers for new MacBook Pros have shown up in Apple’s inventory. The model numbers are K90IA for the new 13 inch model, K91A for the 15 inch and K92A for the 17 inch model. Read More
Top to bottom: MacBook Air, ASUS UX21, Toshiba Portege Z830, Acer Aspire S3, Lenovo IdeaPad U300s (Source: This is my next…)
The redesign of the MacBook Air has apparently been very pleasing to consumers. Apple is reportedly shipping 500,000 units per month. It’s easy to understand why this model is popular. It’s popularity has drawn attention of both Intel and PC manufacturers, to begin making their own Ultrabooks to compete with Apple’s MacBook Air. But reports seem to indicate that these manufacturers, who are mainly Asus, Toshiba, Acer and Lenovo, are just testing their models, only shipping a reported combined number of 50,000 Ultrabooks in their initial shipment. Read More
Recent news suggests that Apple once suggested a new form of MacBook Pros which sported 3G capabilities. It’s unclear still whether these are just rumors or if they are a reality. With coverage on 3G and now 4G networks becoming more widespread, we can expect more and more devices to be capable of using this service. Eventually it may eliminate the need for other internet services all together. But with more and more laptops coming out with built in 3G capabilities, we can expect Apple to eventually come out with a MacBook with built in 3G. Read More
DigiTimes is reporting that according to sources, Apple is planning to manufacture over 8 million MacBook Airs for the third quarter. Quoting several supply chain sources, Digitimes claims that the new laptops will be equipped with Sandy Bridge processors and will be shipped in the month of July. As MacRumors points out that Apple sold 3.69 Macs in the second quarter, so with these new 8 million devices, Apple sure does have high hopes. Read More
Apple is probably testing an all new A5 powered MacBook Air. Apple has already revealed its plans of fusing iOS and Mac OS X, and this could be yet another mixture that could make both platforms incredibly powerful. A5 is Apple’s in-house processing chip that powers iPad 2, but according to recent reports, it appears that Apple is planning to use the chip to power even its thinnest laptop ever. Read More
The folks at iFixit have got their hands on the new MacBook pro 15 inch and have given the product a repairability score of 7 out of 10. After thoroughly breaking down the device, the team came to the conclusion that Apple has made some good design choices that make the new models more easy to repair.
The Apple online Store is now back up with all new MacBook Pros available for purchase starting at $1199. There are three models including the 13inch, 15inch, and a new 17inch that are equipped with the most powerful combination of hardware and software ever.
The new MacBook Pros are only a few hours away from being available to the world. The Apple Store is down, and Apple will shortly unveil the new laptops. A new photo leaked reveals the specifications of the upcoming new 17 inch MacBook Pro model.
Alright folks, in a short while Apple is going to release a brand new lineup of MacBooks Pros. The online Apple Store is down now as Apple is busy updating it. As noted earlier, Apple will announce five new models of the MacBook Pro including a 17 inch model. The new laptops would be faster, lighter, and hopefully cheaper. We’ll find out shortly.