Apple has added a new graphics configuration option for its 16-inch MacBook Pro. Meanwhile, the Mac Pro gets an SSD upgrade kit.
Latest news, tips, reviews, and rumors about all things MacBook Pro.
Charlotte Henry and John Martellaro join host Kelly Guimont to discuss Apple’s hiring a Podcast lead, and John’s take on the Macbook’s future.
Apple has recently shipped some really nice, updated MacBook Airs and Pros. But that’s not the end of their story.
Sanho Corporation has announced a HyperDrive DUO 2-in-1 USB-C Hub for MacBook Pro and MacBook Air. New features include a 4K 60Hz HDMI port and a magnetic grip to secure it better on the MacBook’s aluminum. Other ports include two USB-C ports that provide Power Delivery and data transfer (40Gbps/100W + 5Gbps/60W). There is also two USB-A 5Gbps ports, a microSD port, and an SD UHS-I card port. Available in space gray and silver to match your MacBook. The package includes a USB-C extension cable so you can use the hub with your iPad Pro or other USB-C devices. US$99.99
What’s bloating up your hard drive? Why is your Bluetooth mouse still draining? Which 13″ MacBook should you get? All these questions are answered, and more. John and Dave are here to ensure you get the answers you need, in the way you need them. And that’s not all, they talk through a few ways of managing multiple Apple IDs, 10G Ethernet, macOS 10.15.5, plus Quick Tips, Cool Stuff Found, and more. Press play to listen and learn at least five new things along with your two favorite geeks!
It usually takes some time after a new Apple product is released (or gets closer to release) to get all the details figured out. That’s happening this week.
Apple is getting hit with a nationwide, class action lawsuit over a defect in the 2016 MacBook Pros, called “Flexgate.”
Bryan Chaffin is joined by John Kheit to look at a couple of contradictory things about Apple. The first is that there is no doubt that Apple under Tim Cook is more responsive to customers than it was under Steve Jobs. And yet, Apple still has some “let them eat cake” Marie Antoinette aspects about it, too.
John Martellaro and Charlotte Henry join host Kelly Guimont to discuss Apple’s updates to the MacBook Pro and what exactly is (and isn’t) new.
The release of the new 13-inch MacBook Pro means the butterfly keyboard is finally dead. Very few people will mourn its passing.
Apple updated the 13-inch MacBook Pro today and it comes with the new Magic Keyboard, 10th-generation Intel processors, and more storage.
USB Power Delivery isn’t as clear a concept as it could be, and your two favorite geeks help sort this out. That’s not all, of course, because John and Dave are here to answer ALL of your questions. This week that includes issues with Spotlight, Backups, displays for your Mac mini, managing your external DAC, and more. Press play … and enjoy!
Bob “Dr. Mac” LeVitus has been looking for ways to eke out more battery time from the 7-year old MacBook Pro, and he shares what he’s learned.
Even as Apple works to make iPads more Mac-like and better at productive work, it remains for Apple make its case for the coming Mac revolution.
John has found some fascinating rumors regarding the 2020 iMacs and 13-inch MacBook Pro. Buckle up.
The 16-inch MacBook Pro has made its way into the official Apple refurb store, with offers on a variety of different models available.
Apple now sells certified refurbished 16-inch MacBook Pros on its website, a model that was released in November 2019.
As Dave Hamilton pondered Neil Young’s recent attack on the MacBook Pro’s audio quality, he realized that there’s another angle to approach this from: one of compassion; one of trying to understand where all this comes from.
Apple had a stellar Q1 2020 Earnings Report. But there were a few unmentionables.
Josh Centers is the Managing Editor of Tidbits.com and has published many Take Control (TC) books. He’s the author of Take Control of Apple TV and Take Control of Home Automation. He’s been writing the Take Control books for iOS since version 8, and his latest book is Take Control iOS 13 and iPadOS 13.
In his sixth appearance on the show, Josh and I explored what’s in store for Apple in 2020. We started by looking at the iMac Pro and its possible fate. Then we turned to the mythical xMac, and continued with the MacBook Pro line. In part II of the show, we took a look at the HomePod. Is it a dead product? Then we looked at iPhone (2020) 5G wrinkles. We finished by wondering what new thing Apple might do in 2020.