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MacBook Pro 16-inch keyboard first look video shows Magic scissors

MacBook Pro 16-inch keyboard first look video shows Magic scissors

The favorite website of anyone attempting to fix their own broken gadgets, iFixit, has published a new video of its 16-inch MacBook Pro 'Magic' keyboard teardown. The team recent highlighted the new keyboard and its scissor switches in a live stream, giving future buyers the opportunity to see what they're getting. The previous, and mostly hated, butterfly switches are a thing of the past.

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MacBook Pro 16-inch, 2019, released to stores and shipping

MacBook Pro 16-inch, 2019, released to stores and shipping

The newest 16-inch MacBook Pro (16-inch model) was made available at Apple Stores today, with a reserve system. This means you could, potentially, walk into an Apple Store without any interaction with the Apple website - but we wouldn't recommend it. If you're going to really jump in on this device and absolutely need to purchase the machine today, you're going to want to go to the Apple Store online, first.

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Phil Schiller says iPad is better than “cheap” Chromebook for students

Phil Schiller says iPad is better than “cheap” Chromebook for students

Today Apple's Phil Schiller had some words for the education market with specific regard for Google's Chromebook platform. He spoke to CNET about their new MacBook, mainly, but also responded to a question on how Chromebooks seem to be taking a foothold in the education market. "In the K-12 market, particularly for the lower grades -- K through six to nine," said Schiller, "iPad is doing really well."

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16-inch MacBook Pro production reportedly starts, launch still unclear

16-inch MacBook Pro production reportedly starts, launch still unclear

By this time, you'd think that most companies are already ready with all their products in time for the holiday shopping sprees. That may be true for almost all smartphones and most computers and laptops but one particular computer remains an elusive beast. Apple's never before seen 16-inch MacBook Pro is still nowhere to be seen but, according to some sources, it should already be on its way, at least before December 15, 2019.

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iPad Pro, iPhone SE 2, new MacBook on tap for 2020 says Kuo

iPad Pro, iPhone SE 2, new MacBook on tap for 2020 says Kuo

It sounds like Apple is going to have a big 2020 ahead of it, if analyst Ming-Chi Kuo's predictions are anything to go on. The analyst today predicted three new devices from Apple in the new year, including an iPad Pro with a souped up camera and, at long last, a new entry in the iPhone SE line. Those two devices could be joined by a MacBook refresh, so if Kuo is right, Apple will be covering a lot of different product lines with new releases in 2020.

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What to expect at Apple September 2019 Event – iPhone 11, Apple Watch 5, new MacBook

What to expect at Apple September 2019 Event – iPhone 11, Apple Watch 5, new MacBook

It’s that time of the year again; Apple are about to announce their latest products on 10 Sept at the Steve Jobs Theatre at the Apple Campus in Cupertino, California. The event’s mysterious “By invitation only” poster may be all secretive, but this is the world of tech. Rumours, leaks and logical assumptions have painted a clear and almost predictable picture of what will be unveiled. Here’s what we can look forward to.

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Xiaomi RedmiBook Pro 14 looks like MacBook, costs around $560

Xiaomi RedmiBook Pro 14 looks like MacBook, costs around $560

The RedmiBook Pro 14 looks a whole lot like a lot of notebooks that've been released in the past few years - but most notably one model in particular. RedmiBook Pro 14 comes in three colors - silver, dark grey, and pink, and comes with a black-bezeled display above a black keyboard in a tray-like depression in the metal just above a centered touchpad the same color as the metal. This device does not run Apple's MacOS software, but DOES run Microsoft's Windows 10 and Office Home.

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Major Apple leak: iPhone Pro, 16-inch MacBook Pro, new iPads

Major Apple leak: iPhone Pro, 16-inch MacBook Pro, new iPads

Today there's been a relatively massive leak of Apple products that'll be revealed in the near future. Sources familiar with the situation leaked three new iPhone models including two "Pro" iPhone models (likely iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max) as well as a successor to the iPhone XR. Also in the mix are a new iPad Pro, a low-end iPad, AirPods, a lower-end HomePod, and a MacBook Pro with a 16-inch display. Apple will also release its previously announced Mac Pro and 32-inch XDR Pro Display by the end of this year.

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New MacBook Pro evidence surfaces: 16-inch model tipped

New MacBook Pro evidence surfaces: 16-inch model tipped

Apple is gearing up for another series of autumn reveals, with new iPhones definitely on deck and likely new Apple Watches as well. Smartphones and wearables might not be the only new devices Apple reveals this fall, as it may also have new MacBooks in the works as well. One MacBook Pro could be a new 16-inch model that's meant to fill a spot not currently satisfied in the Apple's MacBook lineup.

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Recalled 15-inch MacBook Pros banned on flights for fire risk

Recalled 15-inch MacBook Pros banned on flights for fire risk

Ever since the Galaxy Note 7 debacle, regulators and airlines have become wary of lithium batteries on planes, be it as checked in baggage or especially in cabins. The US Federal Aviation Administration even created special instructions in 2016 to address that particular issue. And to be fair, Samsung isn't being singled out by authorities. The FAA has just reminded airlines of those guidelines which basically prohibits 2015 15-inch MacBooks from going on flights.

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Apple quietly updates Macs to remove Zoom’s risky web server

Apple quietly updates Macs to remove Zoom’s risky web server

Zoom, a popular video conferencing software, was recently found to contain a serious security vulnerability that left millions of Mac users at risk. According to security researcher Jonathan Leitschuh who detailed the matter in a post on Medium, the security flaw could potentially be used by an attacker to access on a Mac's webcam without the user's permission.

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PHOOZY iPad and MacBook Capsules use spacesuit tech to protect devices

PHOOZY iPad and MacBook Capsules use spacesuit tech to protect devices

We often buy expensive products, especially expensive electronics, but then skimp on measures to protect their investments. Often, they use pouches or cases that provide only minimal protection. Sometimes they dress them up like a tank, making them cumbersome to keep. PHOOZY is promising you can have both style and protection with its new lightweight capsules for iPads and MacBooks to protect these computing devices from the elements and accidents.

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