Apple released a series of new products on this WWDC, including the MacBook, MacBook Pro and iMac. This latest product upgrade is related to cyclical performance upgrade, and now the new products are available for pre-order. Apple equips Mac product line with faster Kaby Lake processor, faster SSD, and makes the Fusion Drive hybrid drive a standard iMac configuration, at the same time, the iMac is equipped with a larger memory capacity, and an improved graphics card. Continue reading
Foreign well-known maintenance team iFixit recently disassembled the new 2017 12-inch MacBook and 13-inch Touch Bar MacBook Pro, and said except for processor performance improvement, essentially speaking, there is no other changes. The major design adjustment is 12-inch MacBook adopts the 2nd generation Keyboardio of 2016 MacBooks, which provides more intensity feedback. Continue reading
Apple will soon eliminate some discontinued products, which means these products will no longer enjoy maintenance support from Apple retail stores and Authorized service providers. As stated in internal documentation, some models like MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, AirPort Express and iPhone will be discontinued from 30th, June. Continue reading
Have you ever deleted photos, documents, your favorite movies or music by mistake by emptying the trash? Just the thought can make you have a nervous breakdown, thinking about all that you have lost and at some point in time you’ll have to venture into recovering your files. While it may seem like the end of the world you should not give up as yet. Continue reading
【TechWeb Report】 In last autumn, Apple brought about a most distinctive update on the MacBook Pro— adding a displayable Touch Bar. The design enhances the sense of space for the keyboard and operation, once the users get used to it, it will improve the efficiency of daily use, but unfortunately, it seems not many consumers are accustomed. Continue reading
Mobile.sina reports in the morning of March14th, some anonymous analysts say Apple will release new product on a day from March 20th to 24th, namely one day from next Monday to Friday. Continue reading
That the New Macbook Pro applies AMD card disappoints nVidia card fans. Radeon Pro 450 is ok for films playing, but it really can’t do complex video rendering. Of course, NVIDIA doesn’t want to lose Macbook users as well; they have released the beta version of Mac OS Pascal VGA driver, and it works perfectly well with GeForce GTX 1080 Ti add-in graphics card, thus the performance of Macbook Pro is profoundly quadrupled. Continue reading
Among all Apple products, Macbook has a fundamental difference with iPad,i.e. Macbook has no touch screen. However, at the recent SXSW Technology Conference, a manufacturer developed a BLACK TECH: Install a small widget at the bottom of screen, your Macbook Air becomes touch screen, isn’t it fantastic? Now let us find out more about this BLACK TECH. Continue reading
We shall greet macOS 10.13 in this year’s WWDC.
Although the next macOS system is expected to come until WWDC 2017, but the author of Pike’s Universum blog points out that he has found the macOS 10.13 appeared for the first time.
Specifically, the blogger found part of the App Store URL, which is also CatalogURL of macOS 10.13. This seems to be a secure HTTPS link from Apple’s servers, and of course the screenshot is likely to be fake, but this blog had provided reliable information in the past. Continue reading
“The Mac mini is BYODKM”, Jobs once said at Macworld 2005, which caused a lot of confusion. “Bring Your Own Display, Keyboard, and Mouse”, he continued, “We supply the computer, and you supply the rest.”
The Mac mini was designed to lure switchers to the platform. A new customer could simply unplug their desktop PC and hook a new Mac mini up to their existing peripherals.
The original Mac mini started at just $499, making the machine the lowest-cost Mac Apple has ever sold. Continue reading