Apple Can’t Stop Messing Up Batteries, Offers Replacements for MacBook Pros

Apple announced Friday that it discovered “a limited number” of its line of MacBook Pro laptops suffer from a potentially faulty component that can cause the battery to expand. The company is offering to replace the batteries in affected machines for free. Read More >>

This Laptop is the MacBook Pro People Wish Apple Would Make

So there I am, six thousand miles away from home in a foreign country (whose language I don’t speak) covering a trade show by myself, and I realise the power brick on my XPS 13 is busted. This is a disaster. My laptop is my lifeblood. I need it to write stories, edit photos, and collaborate with the team back home. Without it, I’m truly screwed. And what’s even worse is that my work XPS is the last generation without support for charging over USB-C, and because Spain doesn’t give a shit about Dell, there was no replacing it (trust me I tried). Read More >>

Apple Might Be Fixing the MacBook’s Most Annoying Problem

Let’s be clear, when I say the MacBook has an annoying problem I’m not talking about the paltry number of Thunderbolt ports, the lack of an SD card slot, or the fact that they’re priced way too high for such pitiful processors. The most annoying problem with the MacBook and the MacBook Pro is that the keyboard on each can be brought to their knees by a god dang crumb. But now, a patent found by The Sun suggests a fix could be on the way for future versions of Apple’s laptops. Read More >>

New Patent Hints That Apple Could Get Rid of Physical Keyboards Entirely

If you’re a holdout who refuses to upgrade to a post-2015 MacBook because of Apple’s revamped keyboard and its shallow butterfly switches, it seems like your prospects for a better experience in the future just got a little bleaker. Read More >>

Apple Might Finally—FINALLY—Kill the MacBook Air

Just in time for its tenth anniversary, Apple might finally be killing the MacBook Air, according to a new report from Digitimes. If this is true, it’d be the first axeing of a laptop line from Apple since the iBook and Powerbook were axed back in 2006. It would also be about damn time. Read More >>

Apple Refreshes the Entire MacBook Line Up, and I’m Pissed

Apple’s big developer conference, WWDC, is usually not the place for hardware updates, but as Tim Cook said at the beginning of WWDC 2017, “This is the biggest WWDC ever.” To that end Apple announced upgrades to nearly every single product its computer line up, and thoroughly fucked over every single person who bought a MacBook Pro back in November. Read More >>

What to Expect From Apple WWDC 2017: iOS, iPads, MacBooks, and More

On Monday, Apple’s annual developer conference, WWDC, kicks off, and that means we will soon learn more about the company’s newest and most exciting products. This year the event runs from June 5-9 and is expected to serve as the launching point for major updates to iOS and macOS, as well as some new hardware. Read More >>

People Keep Finding Coins in Their MacBooks and Nobody Knows Why

Look, I love my Macbook, but Apple’s products are often (rightly) criticised for being too expensive. We finally have an explanation for the huge price gouge customers have come to expect: they’re made with literal money! Read More >>

You Can Still Get a Great Apple Experience for Under £1,300

Just because Apple drove a nail into the MacBook Air’s coffin doesn’t mean you have to give up your dream of owning an Apple computer for £1,300 or less. While the new MacBook Pros start out at just under £1,500—and can hit prices as high as £4000—the MacBook and iPad Pro both start out at just under £1,300. So if you’re really hankering for the Apple experience, then one of these two is your best cheap bet. But which one? Read More >>

Apple’s New Touch Bar: A Breakthrough Or Common Sense?

Apple’s MacBook Pro series is back in the media thanks to the company’s announcement of the new “Touch Bar”. Read More >>

Apple Sneakily Hikes Price of Existing Mac Range

Apple’s MacBook event is now wrapped up, and a whole host of new and shiny MacBooks have been announced - thinner and more powerful than ever, with a couple of new fancy gizmos too - most notably the interactive Touch Bar that replaces those awfully outdated function buttons. Read More >>

RIP the Macbook Air?

The Macbook Air is dead. Despite being Apple’s most popular current computer device, and used by programmers, bloggers, and coffee shop patrons everywhere, the Macbook Air will be put to pasture. It’s never going to get a super high resolution Retina display or a super thin bezel. Instead its been replaced with the new Macbook Pro...only one without the Touch Bar. Read More >>

It’s Time to Fire Up Safari/Microsoft Edge

Over to you, Apple. The company’s set to unveil its shiniest wares, including new MacBooks, this evening, and it’s sticking everything up on the internet so people who have nothing better to do can watch the people on stage brag about themselves LIVE. Read More >>

New MacBook Pro Leaked in Latest Version of MacOS

Apple is supposed to release the brand new MacBook Pro at a big event Thursday, but it looks like images of the MacBook got out early. The source? Apple. Read More >>

What to Expect From Apple’s Big MacBook Event

Apple is having a press event on Thursday October 27, and you know what that means: New MacBooks! Finally. We’ve been waiting for this MacBook Pro overhaul for years. Read More >>