Quanta, manufacturer of Apple’s MacBook Pro, hopes to increase production by relocating to another factory unaffected by COVID-19.
Apple is experiencing significant delays on anything beyond the base models of Mac Studio and MacBook Pro, with some deliveries taking months.
Apple is reportedly testing new Mac models that will feature the M2 Apple Silicon chips and an advanced version of the M1 chip.
The China COVID-19 lockdown seems to be affecting Apple’s supply chain, as delivery estimates for high-end MacBook Pros are now delayed.
For those of you in the market for a new MacBook Pro, now may be the time. $250 off on two different 14-inch MacBook Pros.
Rumors are circulating that Apple is working on a new MacBook Air as well as a new MacBook Pro. Which chips will be used is also debated.
Incase is releasing new hardshell cases for MacBook Pro. These are designed to fit the 14-inch and 16-inch models.
A recent filing with a Eurasian regulatory agency reveals three new Mac model numbers ahead of Apple’s first major event of 2022.
It’s time for the 13-inch MacBook Pro to be put out of its misery. No M2 chip. The end. That’s the view of Macworld Contributing Editor Samuel Nyberg. When he outlines what this would mean the Mac lineup looks like in 2022, it’s hard to disagree.
If the choice is between a ‘good enough’ MacBook with M2 and modern design, or an absolute monster with M1 Pro/Max and a 14in screen, who would choose a tired old MacBook Pro 13in? A device, moreover, with a Touch Bar, a five-year-old design, and no MagSafe. We know Tim Cook is an expert at saving money when he can. The iPhone had basically the same design for four years (from the iPhone 6 to the iPhone 8), a design that now lives on in the iPhone SE. Reusing the same old chassis, the same old components, is a great way to save development and manufacturing costs for Apple. Cook would certainly like to squeeze a few more years out of his old MacBook Pro 13in design. But how about swallowing the stinginess and showing some pride in Apple’s products instead?