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5 Quick new features in macOS Mojave

5 Quick new features in macOS Mojave

We've learned all about the new macOS Mojave this morning at WWDC 2018. Now it's time to run down the most important bits right out the gate. This should serve as a sort of "here's why you'll want this update, if for some reason you were wavering on the button-click" feature, too. This includes OS-level updates as well as app updates that'll only come to macOS Mojave.

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MacBook Pro with six cores, 32GB RAM, dark macOS to debut at WWDC [UPDATE]

MacBook Pro with six cores, 32GB RAM, dark macOS to debut at WWDC [UPDATE]

Apple’s annual WWDC is almost upon us and while hardcore iPhone fans will have to wait a bit longer for their turn, there’s still more than enough good things to go around for the Apple faithful. While the crux of the event will naturally be on the software side of the ecosystem, Apple might still have one huge surprise for both developers and consumers alike. The company might have a new MacBook Pro to show off and it might be its biggest and baddest laptop so far.

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Don’t expect big Apple WWDC 2018 hardware news

Don’t expect big Apple WWDC 2018 hardware news

Don't hold out hope for a new MacBook, reworked MacBook Pro keyboard, or indeed any new hardware at WWDC 2018 this year, with the likelihood low of Apple straying from discussing software. The company's annual developer event kicks off in San Jose, CA next Monday, June 4, and as always there has been widespread speculation about just what the opening keynote will hold.

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A WWDC 2018 MacBook Pro update is looking even more likely

A WWDC 2018 MacBook Pro update is looking even more likely

Apple's 13-inch MacBook Pro may well be in line for an update at WWDC 2018, with stock levels hinting that the Cupertino firm could be running down supplies in advance of a new model. The annual developer event starts on June 4, and there have been ongoing rumors that Tim Cook & Co. will use its keynote to debut fresh hardware.

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Razer Core X makes MacBook Pro a beast

Razer Core X makes MacBook Pro a beast

This morning NVIDIA revealed their latest graphics card enclosure - Razer Core X - complete with Mac compatibility. Apple isn't about to release a product completely dependent on 3rd-party hardware - but that's never stopped Razer! The Razer Core X AND the previously-release Razer Core V2 will begin to work with Macs starting this week. Below we're running down the differences between the two.

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MacBook keyboard lawsuit wants Apple to acknowledge bad design

MacBook keyboard lawsuit wants Apple to acknowledge bad design

Frustration with Apple's MacBook keyboard has prompted a class-action lawsuit, after the Cupertino firm refused to acknowledge persistent problems with the "butterfly" keys. The mechanism was announced as a key feature of the 12-inch MacBook in 2015, as a way to shrink the thickness of the keyboard and thus allow for a skinnier notebook.

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Apple’s big 2018 MacBook Air refresh just got some bad news

Apple’s big 2018 MacBook Air refresh just got some bad news

For the past few months, we've been hearing that Apple may look to launch a MacBook Air refresh at some point in 2018. At one point, rumors claimed that Apple was looking at a spring launch for this new laptop, but with May just around the corner, that's seeming increasingly unlikely. Today, a new report states that the refreshed MacBook Air may not be here for a while yet, though it should still arrive before we close out the year.

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MacBook Pro free battery replacement detailed

MacBook Pro free battery replacement detailed

Apple released a step-by-step for a free replacement of select MacBook Pro models this morning. Some of the newest 13-inch MacBook Pro models without Touch Bars were affected, and only these models will have batteries replaced for free. This replacement program affected MacBook Pro models were manufactured between October of 2016 and October of 2017 - and there's a simple way to check if that includes you.

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Apple Event March 27: Here’s what we expect

Apple Event March 27: Here’s what we expect

An Apple education event was scheduled for March 27th, 2018, and several news outlets suggest there'll be a new iPad. However, as far as what'll ACTUALLY be there, one needs only look back on a similar event that took place in early January of the year 2012. Back then, we expected Apple might reveal a new iPad, a new MacBook - any sort of new hardware, really. In reality, they showed off some new software for teachers and students.

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Low-cost iPad said to be the star of Apple’s education event

Low-cost iPad said to be the star of Apple’s education event

From the second invitations were sent out, we knew that Apple's incoming March 27 event will be focused on education. Today, however, we might be getting a clearer idea of what Apple will debut at the show, thanks to a new report that says a low-cost iPad aimed at teachers and students will be revealed. This will be a key component in Apple's attempt to win back the education market that it once dominated.

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13-inch MacBook tipped to offer entry-level Retina this year

13-inch MacBook tipped to offer entry-level Retina this year

Apple will crowd out the aging MacBook Air with a new MacBook, its most affordable yet, according to supply chain reports today. The MacBook Air is currently Apple's most affordable laptop, priced from $999. However, it's also one of Apple's oldest designs, most notably when it comes to the display.

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Apple patent reveals MacBook keyboard protected from crumbs and dust

Apple patent reveals MacBook keyboard protected from crumbs and dust

A new patent from Apple has been discovered, but this one doesn't hint at wild or exciting new features for unannounced products. Instead, this one reveals a practical solution to one of the biggest problems of the MacBook's keyboard: the tendency for crumbs and dust to build up under the keys, making them difficult or impossible to be pressed.

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