For the first time ever, Consumer Reports has denied Apple's MacBook Pro lineup —all three machines —of recommended ratings, saying battery life inconsistencies are too concerning to ignore.
The MacBook Pro is set to shed a lot of flab and pave the way for extinction of the 'Air' brand.
Word doing the round in the tech circles is Apple will release a revised MacBook Pro costing lesser than the last laptop.
Like all other Apple devices, MacBook Pro’s battery juice are destined to lessen after two years of repeated charge cycles so checking the battery status makes a lot of sense to see if it needs repair or mere replacement. Meanwhile, replacement and repair can be quite expensive unless you already paid for an AppleCare Protection Plan that covers extended warranty up to three years for Apple notebooks from the purchase date.
With possible launch of MacBook Pro at WWDC in June, Microsoft has up the ante and decided to release their Surface Pro 5 just ahead of Apple’s big launch, this coming June.
While many are waiting for Apple to launch MacBook Pro 2016, for many MacBook Pro 2015 is still good enough.
Rumors that Apple would release two MacBook Pro versions as thin as last year's MacBook makes the MacBook Air redundant.
Rumors over the purported inclusion of detachable screen to the MacBook 2016 design has spread like wildfire following IDC program director Ryan Reith’s analysis. Meanwhile, Apple’s forthcoming laptop would cost around $1,119 for the 13-inch version and $2,099 for the 15-inch variant.
Several reports claims Apple could unveil two versions of MacBook Pro 2016 at this year's WWDC.
The Apple fans are already reeling under the failed launch of MacBook Pro at the March event. Instead, the company chose to unveil their much talked about iPhone SE, iPad Pro and Apple Watch straps. In fact, there was no official word about MacBook Pro at the event.
Apple’s 13-inch and 15-inch variants were last updated in May 2015. So it is safe to expect that Apple will release next big update on its March 21st event.
The highly anticipated release of the new MacBook Pro is likely to take place next week on March 21 in a special Apple event. Rumored specs include powerful Intel processors and bigger storage offerings.
MacBook Pro 2016 could be released in the upcoming Apple event on March 21, alongside a new 9.7-inch iPad Pro, according to new rumors. However, Apple has not yet announced the list of its products scheduled for launch at the March 21 event, so a new MacBook by next week is still unconfirmed.
Macbook Pro 2016 release date could be as soon as next week, in the upcoming Apple event. Reportedly the big event is to be held somewhere between March 15 to 21. As of now, the current MacBook Pro models are being spotted with discounts which further hints that the new MacBook Pro release date is near.
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