Apple has broken its silence and issued a statement regarding the keyboard and trackpad issues that many owners of Late 2013 Retina MacBook Pro are facing since the past week.
Various users of the new late 2013 Retina MacBook Pro models have taken to Apple Support Communities to complain about various issues they’re facing with the keyboard and the trackpad.
Earlier this week Apple finally unveiled the new MacBook Pro 2013 lineup which comes with Haswell processors. A new teardown of the new laptops reveals that they have slimmer cooling systems than before.
Apple unveiled new versions of the 13-inch and 15-inch Macbook Pros today at an event in California.
A purported indirect channel inventory snapshot points towards the possibility of a new MacBook Pro lineup as well as existing iPad mini being offered at a relatively low price than its rumored Retina touting successor.
Apple has sent out press invites for an event on October 22nd. The tagline “We still have a lot to cover” suggests we’ll see more than just new iPads get announced.
As the excitement surrounding the spanking new iPhone 5c and 5s looks to be dying down (except for iPhone gold, because gold is best), it’s finally time for the iPad 5 and iPad Mini 2 to claim their spots in the limelight.
Apple may be looking to create a larger version of the iPad that will launch sometime next year.
It isn’t known right now when Apple intends to unveil its refreshed iPad models. A new rumor from a French blog suggests that the company might conduct a media event on October 15 to announce the tablets.
Despite the fact that it released the new MacBook Air lineup with Intel Haswell processors back in June, Apple is yet to announce when it will do the same with MacBook Pros. A supply chain monitor believes the new laptops might be shipped in September.
The world anxiously waits on Apple to release the refreshed lineup of MacBook Pro laptops with Intel’s latest Haswell processors. Parts suppliers believe that these laptops might be launched in October.
Rumor has it that Apple wants to expand the adoption of IGZO displays to its MacBooks as well. IGZO displays consume less power and are therefore a viable selection if the company wants further increase battery life on MacBooks.
New Geekbench results of what apparently is the next generation 15 inch MacBook Pro codenamed “AAPLJ35,1″ have surfaced online, it isn’t clear at this moment whether this is the Retina or non-Retina model.
Recently benchmarks of Apple’s new Mac Pro were spotted online, similar benchmarks for the company’s unreleased next generation 13 inch MacBook Pro have appeared online as well, hinting at a slight improvement in performance.