retina macbook pro

LandingZone Dock for MacBook Pro review

I love to be able to take my 15-inch Retina MacBook Pro with me when I hit the road, but when I'm in the office, I prefer to have it connected to other devices like an external display, Time Machine backup, speakers, and other peripherals. Connecting all those cables produces a lot of sideways sprawl and cable ugliness. Infiniwing's LandingZone Dock for MacBook Pro cleans all that up and provides a secure place to keep it, besides.

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MacBook Pro with Retina display 13-inch vs. 15-inch: Which powerful Mac laptop should you get?

You're going to buy a new Mac, and you've narrowed your choice to one of Apple's new sleek, speedy MacBook Pros with Retina display. Seems like an easy choice, doesn't it? Just decide which screen size is right for you: 13-inch or 15-inch, then pull the trigger. Not so fast. There are other considerations you should make, as well. Because screen size isn't the only different between the two machines. This guide should help you iron out some of them.

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Apple announces new retina MacBook Pros, starting at just $1,299 and available today

Apple has just announced new MacBook Pros from the live event going on right now. The new MacBook Pros will feature the new Haswell chips just as the MacBook Air received over the summer as well as extended battery life. The 13" model will start at just $1,299 this time around for the 13" model.

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Leaked SKUs point to possible MacBook refresh at WWDC

ew Apple product stock keeping units (SKU) have leaked that indicate that at least one of Apple's MacBook lines is about to receive an update. Though nothing is definitive, 9to5Mac believes that these SKUs point to a refresh for both the MacBook Air or the MacBook Pro with Retina display.

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How to speed up Retina MacBook Pro wake from sleep

Last week while Mark Gurman and I were complaining about those little imperfections that mar the otherwise fantastic Retina MacBook Pro experience, Chad Coleman passed along a tip from Erv Walter on how to make the Retina MacBook Pro wake from sleep faster. This is for those times when you lift the lid, see the password entry field, but can't actually enter a password for what feels like 10 seconds or so. I mentioned it on MacBreak Weekly on Tuesday, and so many people found it helpful I figured I'd mention it here as well. From Ewal.net:

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Apple makes MacBook Pro with Retina display faster and more affordable

Apple has just announced some changes to their industry-leading Mac Book Pro with Retina display lineup, including a new, lower starting price, and updated processors. According to Apple:

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13" retina MacBook Pro gets the customary teardown treatment

It didn't take long for the guys over at iFixIt to get their hands on the new 13" retina MacBook Pro and give it their typical teardown treatment. While it's slightly more recyclable and repairable than it's 15" counterpart, it still only achieved a 2 out of 10 repairability score from the folks over at iFixIt.

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Apple introduces new 13-inch MacBook Pro with a Retina display

After much rumor, at Apple's iPad and Mac event today they've now taken the covers off the 13-Inch MacBook Pro with Retina Display.

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EPEAT certifies retina MacBook Pro with their gold rating, by significantly lowering their standards

EPEAT recently announced that Apple's retina MacBook Pro meets their gold standard when it comes to environmental standards. This begs the question of how Apple managed this considering the retina MacBook Pro is the least repairable device many have seen in decades? EPEAT surrendered to Apple and actually changed their standards in order for Apple to qualify.

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