Apple makes minor spec bump updates to MacBook Pro line!

Apple this week have launched a spec bump update to their MacBook Pro line with Touch Bar. Whilst the update won’t entirely fix user problems with the devices, such as the keyboard (more on that later) and the port array, it does show Apple’s slightly higher dedication at providing more timely updates to a MacContinue reading “Apple makes minor spec bump updates to MacBook Pro line!”

Apple announces a whole new MacBook Pro which truly “set’s the bar” – October 2016

After seeing a bevy of updates from Microsoft this week in relation to the Surface line, we were actually interesting in see what Apple branded the new “future Pro notebook”, and, well, that’s what we got in the new MacBook Pro, both 13 and 15 inch variants. What we didn’t get however was any wowContinue reading “Apple announces a whole new MacBook Pro which truly “set’s the bar” – October 2016″

Apple Watch Event 2015: New MacBook, Pro and Air Updates, Lower Cost Apple TV and Apple Watch

Well, it happened, Apple’s CEO Tim Cook finally unveiled the Apple Watch with availability details today to boot, but thankfully for us not that interested in Watch folk, Apple did announce some other things too. But, have no fear we’ve got you covered on the whole Watch thing too. Apple TV Apple kicked off theContinue reading “Apple Watch Event 2015: New MacBook, Pro and Air Updates, Lower Cost Apple TV and Apple Watch”

Apple October Event 2014: iPad Air 2, iPad Mini 3, Retina 5K iMac, Mac Mini, OS X Yosemite and iOS 8!

At Apple’s October Event, which actually never gained a name, Apple announced a ton of new devices and software experiences, practically covering everything left over … almost, but we’ll get in to that later. What we we’ll get in to now however, is the announcements themselves! Stats Apple didn’t announce anything stat wise at theirContinue reading “Apple October Event 2014: iPad Air 2, iPad Mini 3, Retina 5K iMac, Mac Mini, OS X Yosemite and iOS 8!”

Apple Special Event October 2013

The second of our two company event coverage today, to check out our Nokia Event coverage you can find them here, but back to Apple. The Apple Event began as they all do, up comes Tim Cook on stage with a good Apple summarisation and stat count of all things Apple. But as usual forContinue reading “Apple Special Event October 2013”

Google announces new rather expensive ChromeBook Pixel

Google today announced the Chromebook Pixel, a new Chrome OS-based notebook that Google is aiming probably directly at Apple’s MacBook Air, but with 32GB storage for $1300, really Google? On the hardware front, Google has built in a high-resolution touchscreen display, as well as 32 or 64GB SSD storage, a backlit keyboard, and a dual coreContinue reading “Google announces new rather expensive ChromeBook Pixel”

Apple WWDC 2012 – iOS 6 and Mountain Lion, MacBook Air/Pro and Mac Pro updated, new MacBook Pro Retina

Beginning After an odd introduction by Siri, which wasn’t as funny as the classic Mac and PC, but still pretty good, the keynote was ready to start. The keynote kicks off with a much more witty it seemed Tim Cook who highlighted the usual year on year overview of progress and numbers, then a videoContinue reading “Apple WWDC 2012 – iOS 6 and Mountain Lion, MacBook Air/Pro and Mac Pro updated, new MacBook Pro Retina”

Apple MacBook Air Remote Disc Software

NOTE: This works for MacBook Air 11 and 13 inch (all generations) AND the Mac Mini generations without a disc drive. Upon purchasing a MacBook Air, review coming soon, I thought it would be useful, for those who don’t know where to find them, to post the links to the dedicated software for Windows PCsContinue reading “Apple MacBook Air Remote Disc Software”

Apple spec bumps MacBook Pro Line 2011

Apple have today surprised us all … OK not all of us, but anyway, have updated their MacBook Pro lines spec wise now with some pretty nice offerings for the same price, lets have a look! 13 inch The 13 inch Macbook Pro saw a pretty cool spec update. The machine remains a purely DualContinue reading “Apple spec bumps MacBook Pro Line 2011”

Could Apple be planning a whole new Mac line?

Apple has always been about the Macintosh, even if the iOS and iPod world maybe what they are more known for, I always feel that the Mac will always be Apple, but I’ve also felt Apple is shying away from the Mac. Whilst OS X Lion is good, it still feels like the “Mac” isContinue reading “Could Apple be planning a whole new Mac line?”

Apple Updates 20th July 2011 – OSX Lion, MacBook Airs replace MacBooks and more!

Ah Apple, love em or hate them you can’t ignore them, and today Apple made a team of updates all at once. Mac OS X Lionfinally got released for the bargain price of £20.99, Apple unleashed new MacBook Airs and Mac Mini updates, stopped selling the white MacBook, released a new 64-bit capable version of iTunes for Lion, and released new Cinema Display. Toadd to that Apple have recordContinue reading “Apple Updates 20th July 2011 – OSX Lion, MacBook Airs replace MacBooks and more!”

Apple MacBook Pro Update = Sandy Bridge, Thunderbolt and more!

Today Apple shocked the crowd … OK they didn’t we saw it coming, but anyway, Apple has updated its MacBook Pro line and from afar you probably can’t tell that they’ve changed it, even though the ports have changed, next to the previous gen still look the same, more on that in a minute. ContraryContinue reading “Apple MacBook Pro Update = Sandy Bridge, Thunderbolt and more!”