Look, I love my Macbook, but Apple's products are often (rightly) criticised for being too expensive. We finally have an explanation for the huge price gouge customers have come to expect: They're made with literal money!
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Just because Apple drove a nail into the MacBook Air's coffin doesn't mean you have to give up your dream of owning an Apple computer for $2000 or less. While the new MacBook Pros start out at $2200 — and can hit prices as high as $4249 — the MacBook and iPad Pro both start out under the $2000 mark. So if you're really hankering for the Apple experience, then one of these two is your best cheap bet. But which one?
Ever since Apple dropped its latest MacBook Pro with a cool but mostly unnecessary Touch Bar, programmers have been jumping at the chance to make cool but mostly unnecessary apps to run on it. This new one does not break from that tradition but it does turn your MacBook Pro into Kitt from Knight Rider.
If you own a MacBook, you're likely well aware of how scrolling and right-clicking work on the trackpad, but you may not know how to invoke Quick Look, Notification Center, or Exposè. Whether you're new to macOS or you just never bothered to learn them, these gestures can make your life a little simpler.
Apple’s MacBook Pro series is back in the media thanks to the company’s announcement of the new “Touch Bar”.
Announced last Thursday, the Touch Bar uses retina display and multitouch technology to replace the MacBook Pro's top row of static function keys. It might seem like a simple idea, but it builds on a long history of research on what is referred to as “human–computer interaction”.
The first thing I did, when presented with the new Macbook Pro, was reach for that dimly lit display just above the keyboard. The new Touch Bar is the most exciting part of the new MacBook Pro. It's a Retina strip that sits on top of the keyboard (Retina commonly denotes a super high DPI) and is a replacement for the function keys that have existed on laptops for what feels like forever.
Close enough to this morning's Microsoft event that I'm still humming the Willy Wonka Pure Imagination cover from the Surface Studio ad, Apple will at 4AM show the world its own take on what the future of personal computing is. Whether that's a new MacBook or iMac, or something new, nobody knows — yet. And here's where we're going to be strapped in, eyes clamped open, along for the ride.
Apple is supposed to release the brand new MacBook Pro at a big event Thursday, but it looks like images of the MacBook got out early. The source? Apple.