News tagged ‘macbook pro’
Tuesday, 12 Jun 2012
Apple has refreshed its MacBooks with Ivy Bridge processors, USB 3.0 support, extra SSD storage, and NVIDIA GeForce GT 650M GPUs. A super thin, optical drive-less 15-inch MacBook Pro sporting a 2,880 x 1,800-pixel Retina display was also unveiled.
Tuesday, 15 May 2012
With WWDC just weeks away, numerous sources are reporting that Apple's newest MacBook Pros will use NVIDIA graphics and feature Apple's Retina Display.
Tuesday, 29 Nov 2011
Looks like rumors of a 15-inch MacBook Air are getting louder the closer we get to 2012 -- which will also see the launch of the Ivy Bridge architecture in early 2012.
Monday, 24 Oct 2011
Apple's Macbook Pro series gets a CPU and GPU refresh, with its base 13-inch model starting from a faster Intel Core i5 2.4GHz processor while its higher speced 15-inch and 17-inch variants get a graphics bump from AMD's Radeon HD 6750M to HD 6770M.
Thursday, 15 Sep 2011
New MacBook Pros might be retailing before the end of the year according to Time's Techland.
Wednesday, 27 Jul 2011
The rumours surrounding Apple producing a super-sized MacBook Airs -- or skinny MacBook Pros -- are getting louder and more substantial.
Tuesday, 1 Mar 2011
Well, it didn't take too long, but spare parts site iFixit has a teardown of the new Apple MacBook Pro and its juicy Intel Sandy Birdge innards.
Friday, 25 Feb 2011
Apple today updated MacBook Pro family with next generation processors and graphics, high-speed Thunderbolt I/O technology and a new FaceTime HD camera. Featuring the very latest dual-core and quad-core Intel Core processors, the entire MacBook Pro line is up to twice as fast as the previous generation.
Thursday, 24 Feb 2011
True to speculation, Apple has just unveiled its new Macbook Pro range, now powered by Intel's Sandy Bridge chips, a high-speed Thunderbolt I/O port and AMD Radeon HD6000M graphics.
Thursday, 22 Apr 2010
It seems like Apple's new MacBook Pros with its automatic switching for discrete graphics may be a little buggy or not switching correctly.