Apple MacBook Pro
Yes, you can change the refresh rate on the 16-inch MacBook Pro and some external monitors. Whether you should do so is a different question.
I spent the last few weeks working exclusively on the MacBook Pro with M1 chip. This what it's like to actually use one in real life.
A new report from DigiTimes says that monthly shipments of the new MacBook Pro models will reach between 600,000 to 800,000 per month.
The current MacBook Pros are rated for 10-17 hours of battery life, depending on the version. So if you're not getting that much, here's what you can do to troubleshoot it.
If you don't need Apple's latest and greatest laptop but still want something packing some power, you can save a huge chunk of cash by going for a previous-generation MacBook Pro today at Best Buy.
Apple has updated its MagSafe support page for the first time since 2016, as rumors persist that it will bring back the technology to the Mac later this year.
Bloomberg journalist Mark Gurman has said that Apple's upcoming MacBook Pro models could launch as soon as two months from now.
Why would Apple put an M1X into the MacBook Pro and iMac Pro, if M2 is just around the corner? Why not just wait and use M2X? Well…
The rumor also says that Apple will bring UHS-II support to a new SD card slot that will also be included with the new MacBook Pro models.
A new report from Display Supply Chain Consultants says that Apple will drop the Touch Bar in the new 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro.
Multiple new reports from Digitimes say Apple is gearing up to launch its rumored new MacBook Pro models in the late third-quarter, indicating a launch through either August or more likely September.
Apple will still release new "MacBook Pros" this year, according to a new report by Bloomberg's Mark Gurman.
Apple was rumored to be announcing a new M1X MacBook Pro during this week's WWDC and while it didn't happen, it might have been planned at one point.
Amid rumors that Apple will announce a 16-inch MacBook Pro during the WWDC opening keynote, one well-known leaker suggests that might not be the case at all.
Morgan Stanley analyst Katy Huberty says that it is "likely" Apple will release a new MacBook at WWDC based on checks it has made.
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