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MacBook Pro with Touch Bar Unboxing! 13 & 15-inch

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from JCM Urban

What We (Think) We Know About the MacBook Air & MacBook Pro [June 2016]

There’s still a chance that Apple will announce their updated MacBook Air models in order to begin shipping in August, according to Mac Otakara. #Apple #MacBook #Rumors

from TechRadar

Thinner Apple MacBook Pro laptops could have OLED screen and Touch ID

After Apple last updated its and MacBook Pro laptops in March and May of 2015 respectively, there are another big update for MacBook Pro 2016 coming. When and What will happen to MacBook Pro? We roundup the information for you.

Apple isn’t afraid to throw away popular technology to make thinner devices. In 2008, Apple marked the beginning of the end of the optical disc era when it ditched the DVD drive on the MacBook Air. Rumors about a new, smaller iPhone headphone jack have been circulating for months. In my opinion, it’s not a matter of whether Apple will release a new headphone jack – it’s a matter of when.

Use the force Samsung: Galaxy S8 could feature a pressure-sensitive screen - CNET Samsungs Galaxy S8 could borrow from Apples playbook by introducing a pressure-sensitive technology sometimes referred to as force touch or Apples term 3D Touch according to Korean news publication The Investor. An undisclosed source told The Investor Samsung is mulling to adopt the force touch technology partially from the S8 but the full adoption will come in one or two years. Apple pioneered 3D…

from TechRadar

Report: 13-inch MacBook Pro with Retina display price revealed

Report: 13-inch MacBook Pro with Retina display price revealed | Could a new MacBook Pro see a $500 (UK£312, AU$483) price increase over the non-Retina model? Buying advice from the leading technology site