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Entries in Apple Macbook Pro (17)

Tuesday
Nov292016

Apple renders some old products obsolete starting next month

When Apple products are labeled as obsolete, these products lose official Apple repair support. Products are usually rendered obsolete five to seven years after manufacturing has been discontinued, making the parts no longer available to repair staff. The products that have been rendered obsolete for Canada starting December 31, 2016 include the MackBook Pro 15-inch (early 2011), MacBook Pro 17-inch (early 2011), Mac mini (early 2009), and MacBook 13-inch (mid 2009).

Source: 9to5Mac

Tuesday
May192015

Apple adds Force Touch trackpad to new 15-inch MacBook Pro, releases new Retina iMac

The Force Touch trackpad feature from the Watch and new MacBook was expected to come to the larger Retina MacBook Pro after Apple started including it in the 13-inch variant and after current iterations of the 15-inch MacBook Pro were being announced as discontinued.

Starting today, the 15-inch MacBook Pro will feature the progressive force touch feature plus faster flash storage, longer battery life and faster discrete graphics to up the performance of Apple's flagship portables. Apple also announced updated 27-inch iMacs with Retina Displays.

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Monday
Mar092015

Apple udpates MacBook Pros and MacBook Airs, includes new force touch trackpad in some models

While the big news today was the new 12-inch MacBook, Apple also saw to it that fans of their more affordable MacBook Air and professional focused MacBook Pro portable lines got some good news by way of substantial updates and new processors.

The 13-inch MacBook Pro with Retina display now features the all-new Force Touch trackpad, fifth generation Intel Core processors  (Broadwell) and Intel Iris Graphics 6100, the Pros also has two times faster flash and longer battery life. The new 13-inch MacBook Pro with a  2.7 GHz dual-core Intel Core i5 processor, 8GB of memory and 128GB of flash storage starts at $1,549 (CAD).

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Sunday
Jun172012

Review: MacBook Pro with Retina Display

Text and photos by Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

Apple’s had no shortage of revolutionary notebooks through the years. Some of the more memorable successes and true game changers have included the Titanium PowerBook G4 in 2001, the MacBook Air in 2008 and the current pinnacle of Apple design, engineering and innovation, the new 15-inch MacBook Pro with Retina Display.

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