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Although this past Monday’s Apple event was mostly dedicated to the Apple Watch, the most exciting (and perplexing) new piece of hardware was the updated MacBook. But one of its new features, the Taptic Engine-enabled “Force Touch” trackpad, also found its way into a refresh of the 13-inch MacBook Pro, which iFixit tore apart immediately.
It’s easy to think that gadgets, laptops and tablets are disposable these days. They’re all so cheap, and every day there’s a new announcement about some new processor, design, feature or spec. We never stop and appreciate the little things anymore that used to delight us. Mind you, not all of us are Ralf Groene: the guy who designed and built the bigger, brighter and lighter Surface Pro 3. We sat down with him, in the hope of getting back in touch with the little things.
Apple announced a shedload of new gadgets this morning, from new iPad models through to the Mac Pro and new MacBook Pros. Here’s how much Aussies will pay compared to the US. The Australia Tax lives…
Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities has released predictions about Apple’s future laptop plans. Most notably he is forecasting that a 12-inch MacBook with a retina display will be announced in mid-2014, and that it will have a redesigned clamshell that is thinner and lighter than the current MacBook Airs.