Popular accessory maker Moshi is back, with a pair of new protective cases for the Retina MacBook Pro and the MacBook Air. The cases are the second generation in Moshi's Codex line of MacBook cases and will be available for both sizes of MacBook Air, and both sizes of Retina MacBook Pro.
The MacBook Pro was judged to be the "best performing" Windows laptop, according to a new study by PC services company Soluto. Soluto used "frustration analytics" to make the determination, according to Brooke Crothers at CNet.
With the introduction of the 15-inch Retina MacBook Pro at WWDC 2012, it should come as no surprise that more of Apple's Mac line would be making the @2x transition. The question is when. And the answer, at least for the 13-inch Retina MacBook Pro, could be as early as this fall...
The Retina display-packing MacBook Pro that was announced at WWDC has been meticulously disassembled, as you might expect, everything is glued or soldered in place, including RAM, battery packs, and the display.
Although Apple unveiled some rather fine looking hardware today at WWDC 2012 when it comes to their MacBook Pro lineup, they also shortened their list of available hardware effectively by removing the 17-Inch MacBook.
Apple has now taken the covers off their upgraded MacBook Pro 2012 line at WWDC and they're coming with plenty of internal upgrades that are sure to please the masses. No, you don't get a fancy new retina display on these updates but what you do get is Intel's Ivy Bridge processors along with Nvidia's new Kepler-based GeForce GT 650M graphics. All of which are shipping right now, today.
Apple has just made a huge update to their MacBook Pro line at WWDC 2012. The highlight is no doubt the new "next generation" 15-inch MacBook Pro that adds a killer retina display and ditches the optical drive to come in at an astounding .71 inches thin.
From iPhone to iPod touch to iPad, Apple has slowly but surely rolled Retina displays across their iOS device lineup, and according to the latest rumors, they may be ready to start bringing it to the Mac.