Apple has released a new firmware update for all Macs running 10.6.8 and with Thunderbolt ports. Thunderbolt is a new I/O technology that has been implemented by Apple in most Macs that promises faster data transfer. As Apple and Intel are just getting started with Thunderbolt, there are a few bugs that needed attention. Read More
Although Thunderbolt is a technology primarily developed by Intel, Apple has trademarked it. Apple actually owns the Thunderbolt trademark, not Intel. MacNN points out that documents filed with the US and Canadian trademark offices reveal Apple is claiming the trademark, based on a filing it made in November 2010 in Jamaica. Read More
Sources have told AppleInsider that Apple will be releasing new versions of iMac that will be equipped with Intel’s latest Sandy Bridge processors. Apple plans to make the new iMacs available on May 3rd, Tuesday. The new computers are believed to have the latest and fastest Thunderbolt port, and Apple will replace the system’s first-gen Core i processors and miniDisplay ports for second-generation Core i Chips. Read More
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.