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Apple’s new MacBook Pro adds Touch Bar and super fast storage

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Apple’s MacBook event kicked off today and just as previous leaks and rumours predicted, the laptop has gone through a pretty major refresh. In a move that is fairly typical of Apple, the new 13-inch and 15-inch MacBook Pros are thinner and lighter than their predecessors’ but some big features …

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Apple to refresh 13 and 15-inch MacBook Pros in July

It looks like the Macbook Pro line could be getting an early refresh this year. While Apple has traditionally announced new laptops and OS X machines in October, this year it looks like we will be getting a new 13-inch and 15-inch Macbook Pro in July, perhaps with a debut …

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Apple launches program to fix Macbook Pros with stained screens

Apple is planning to launch a new Macbook Pro quality assurance program, in order to fix Macbook Pro displays with dodgy anti-reflective coating. A few Macbook Pro models out there have had this issue, where the anti-reflective coating wears away and marks the screen due to pressure from cleaning, the …

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IBM is now offering employees Macs for the first time

IBM has begun offering its employees the choice between Mac OS X and the traditional Windows PC for the first time, following a deal with Apple that came around last year in an effort to push iOS in to the enterprise market. Now when setting up a new employee workstation, …

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Apple’s now employs 100 thousand, keeps aggressive M&A strategy

At the annual meeting with investors, Tim Cook announced that Apple now employs over 100 thousand people worldwide. In addition, the CEO of Apple revealed that the company has acquired 26 smaller firms and startups for various reasons in the last 15 months. Apple traditionally does not make disclosures regarding its …

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More rumors suggest that Touch ID could come to Macbooks

This week we have new rumors pointing towards the future of Touch ID and Apple’s Macbook line. According to evidence from Apple Supply Chain sources, Touch ID functionality could be coming to this year’s round of Macbooks, extending the technology beyond the iPhones and iPads. An unofficial Apple blog site based …

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Capitalization of Apple could exceed $1 trillion

This week Carl Icahn, a well-known activist investor, as well as a leading financial analyst said that Apple’s stock has massive growth potential and that the company’s capitalization could exceed whopping $1 trillion, which would be the highest market cap of any public company ever. At present Apple’s stock is traded …

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Apple sells record amount of Macintosh personal computers

Apple on Tuesday revealed that sales of its Mac personal computers set all time record in the fiscal 2014 fourth quarter ended September 27, 2014. The company noted that the most popular Macintosh personal computers were the MacBook Air and the MacBook Pro laptops. “We established an all-time quarterly record …

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Apple reveals 5K display iMac and new Mac Mini

Apple is finally pushing out its OS X Yosemite update to the public, featuring better power optimizations and major updates to all first party apps, including Safari, iTunes and the iWorks suite. A new version of OS X also means a new line of Macs, here is what Apple has in …

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Apple may release a thinner Macbook this year

According to supply chain sources, Apple is preparing a thinner Macbook for release later this year, although it has not been specified whether it’s going to a part of the Pro or Air line of notebooks. The current Macbook Pro with Retina display comes in at 1.8cm thick while the …

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Apple quietly refreshes Retina Macbook Pro lineup

Earlier today the Apple Store went down for a few minutes, which is usually a telltale sign that the company is about to update a product lineup. Once the Apple Store came back online we were greeted with upgraded Retina Macbook Pro’s featuring updated Intel CPU’s and more RAM. The …

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