Intel Processors in Apple Macs Might be Replaced

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Apple is planning to replace the Intel microprocessors being used in its Mac laptops and desktops with the chips similar to the ones used in iPads and iPhones in a few years. These chips are created as per Apple specifications and are now almost capable of being used in Apple desktops. People familiar with the matter said that while these chips used in mobile devices were not capable of handling bigger computers earlier, the current changes have made them much faster and more robust.
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Latest MacBooks Hit by Adobe InDesign Bug, Issue Being Addressed

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Adobe has warned new MacBook Pro and Air users running OS X 10.7.4 not to install the newly issued software update if they don’t want their Adobe InDesign CS5, 5.5 or 6 to start acting up. Those plagued by the glitch report that the program crashes every time a pop-up dialogue box appears, which would […]
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The Retina Powered MacBook Pro is a Must Have

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Just two years back the MacBook Pro was replaced by the new MacBook Air. The Air was more powerful, slimmer and looked cooler. But now the MacBook Pro has made a return with a slimmer body and a stunning new screen. This opens up a whole new debate as to which is better. One of […]
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WWDC to see massive Mac update?

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According to 9to5Mac, Apple will announced updates to nearly all of its Mac products at WWDC 2012. At least four of the existing five Mac lines are slated for upgrades, the website claims.  Numerous reports point to a refreshed MacBook Pro, which will allegedly feature a thinner form factor. Other solid candidates for an update […]
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New MacBook Pros said to receive faster SSD

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Uncorroborated reports of Apple testing MacBook Pro prototypes powered by Ivy Bridge chips and equipped with latest-gen SSD storage may signal that the company is considering bringing the faster drives onto its notebook updates, which are anticipated to feature an ultraslim MacBook Air-like design and arrive in the coming months. For now, it’s unclear if […]
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Ultra-low voltage, dual-core Ivy Bridge chips now available

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According to The Verge, Intel has officially announced the next Ivy Bridge wave with 14 new processors, including four 17-watt ultra-low voltage chips that could make their way into MacBook Air refreshes and several dual-core mobile CPUs that could be featured in new 13-inch MacBook Pros and Mac minis. In addition, the batch includes six […]
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Slimmer Retina Display MacBook Pro to Debut at Apple WWDC 2012

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According to the latest reports, the new generation of Apple MacBook Pros will be revealed next month at the annual Apple Worldwide Developers Conference.
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New MacBook Pros to be unveiled at WWDC, said to sport slimmer design, Retina Displays

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The imminent WWDC will allegedly witness the debut of numerous MacBook Pro updates, each said to feature high-performance Ivy Bridge chips and Retina Display-like screens. In addition, the revised lineup will indeed boast the widely expected slim form factor, getting more similar to the MacBook Air.
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Ivy Bridge release may be moved up to April 23

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Intel’s next-generation Ivy Bridge processors may launch almost a week earlier, Digitimes reports. The official debut will allegedly take place on April 23rd. Although the reasons weren’t indicated, a sped-up release has been likely enabled by better-than-expected supply. While there would be no need to wait for the later date, ASUS, Acer, Lenovo and HP […]
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Some Mac vendors running out of 15-inch Pros ahead of update

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Supply of 15-inch MacBook Pros is reportedly shrinking across all vendors. While Best Buy has stopped delivering online orders of 2.4GHz models, which are now available only at retail, 2.2GHz Pros are listed as “out of stock” at J&R. The company also offers 2.4GHz systems on order only. Many U.S. retail stores, specifically those located […]
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