New MacBook Pro with 10-core chip and up to 64GB RAM could launch in June

New MacBook Pro with 10-core chip and up to 64GB RAM could launch in June

Apple is said to be releasing new MacBook Pros with a new design, 10 cores and up to 64GB RAM next month.
The next MacBook Air rumoured to come in iMac-style colours

The next MacBook Air rumoured to come in iMac-style colours

Apple may release the MacBook Air in iMac-style colours.
A thinner, lighter MacBook Air with MagSafe may launch later this year

A thinner, lighter MacBook Air with MagSafe may launch later this year

Apple may be launching a thinner, lighter MacBook Air with MagSafe charging later this year or 2022.
Two MacBook Pros with Mini-LED and new design said to be coming in 2021

Two MacBook Pros with Mini-LED and new design said to be coming in 2021

Apple's transition to Mini-LED will happen faster than initially estimated according to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.
Here's how to run more external displays on your M1 Mac

Here's how to run more external displays on your M1 Mac

Need more displays on your new M1 Mac? Here's a workaround.
Geekbench shows MacBook Air with M1 chip outclassing 16-inch MacBook Pro

Geekbench shows MacBook Air with M1 chip outclassing 16-inch MacBook Pro

M1 looks like the most exciting thing to happen to Macs in a long time.
The first Apple Silicon for Macs is the M1, coming to new MacBook Air, 13-inch MacBook Pro, and Mac Mini

The first Apple Silicon for Macs is the M1, coming to new MacBook Air, 13-inch MacBook Pro, and Mac Mini

The first Apple Silicon for Macs is called M1 and it’s coming to three new Macs.
Apple releases macOS Catalina 10.15.5 with new battery health management feature
MacBook Air models with Retina displays may have anti-reflective coating issues (Updated)

MacBook Air models with Retina displays may have anti-reflective coating issues (Updated)

Apple has responded to the report on MacBook Air models with Retina displays having anti-reflective coating issues.
MacBook Air teardown reveals it is 0.5mm thicker because of the new Magic Keyboard

MacBook Air teardown reveals it is 0.5mm thicker because of the new Magic Keyboard

The new MacBook Air is also, surprisingly, a liitle bit more easy to repair than its predecessor.