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Category: Macbook Pro

How To Check How Much RAM Is In Your Mac

How To Check How Much RAM Is In Your Mac

When you purchase a new Mac computer, you are given options as to how much RAM you want in it. For the most part, this means that you probably already know how much RAM your Mac computer already has, but in case you forgot, or if you  want to check the speed of the RAM …

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macOS Big Sur Is Bricking Some Older MacBook Pros

Now that macOS Big Sur has been released, we’re sure that some of you might be rushing out to upgrade to the latest version of macOS. However, before you do that, it should be noted that according to several user reports on the MacRumors forum, it appears that the latest update is bricking some older …

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Apple’s M1 MacBook Air Beats The 16-inch MacBook Pro In Benchmarks

Apple’s M1 MacBook Air Beats The 16-inch MacBook Pro In Benchmarks

Apple made some pretty bold claims when they announced their new M1-powered MacBook laptops. These claims were rather vague and left many wondering what Apple meant when they said that it outperforms other computers. While we’re eagerly anticipating the reviews of these laptops, it appears that benchmarks could have validated some of Apple’s claims. Advertising …

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Apple Trolls PC Owners By Bringing Back ‘PC Guy’

Apple Trolls PC Owners By Bringing Back ‘PC Guy’

Over a decade ago, Apple ran a marketing campaign for its Mac computers in a PC versus Mac series of ads. It starred Justin Long who was “Mac”, and John Hodgman who was known as the “PC Guy”. The series of ads basically featured conversations between Mac and PC Guy where it tried to tout …

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Apple’s New M1 MacBooks Will Not Support eGPUs

Apple’s New M1 MacBooks Will Not Support eGPUs

With the new M1 chipsets in Apple’s new MacBook Air and MacBook Pro, Apple claims that they will be using an 8-core GPU in them that apparently will give them a 5x boost in performance compared to their Intel-based predecessors, but how well they will actually perform in the real world remains to be seen. …

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Adobe Will Bring Lightroom, Photoshop To Apple’s New M1 Computers

Adobe Will Bring Lightroom, Photoshop To Apple’s New M1 Computers

One of the chief concerns about Apple launching its new M1 chipset for its Mac computers isn’t so much about power. So far benchmarks have shown that it is more than capable of holding its own against Intel processors, so instead the concerns are more about whether or not developers will bother to develop apps …

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Tim Cook Teases ‘More Exciting Things’ From Apple This Year

Tim Cook Teases ‘More Exciting Things’ From Apple This Year

Recently it was revealed in the macOS 11.0.1 beta that Apple has at least three unannounced Mac computers. It is largely expected that at least some of these computers could be the new Apple Silicon computers that Apple had announced earlier this year, and the company’s CEO seems to be hinting at that. Advertising During …

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Three Unreleased Macs Spotted In macOS 11.0.1 Beta

Three Unreleased Macs Spotted In macOS 11.0.1 Beta

Apple did confirm earlier this year that they will be launching their first Apple Silicon based Mac computers by the end of 2020. The company did not state when, but the rumors have suggested that an event will most likely be held mid-November, although at this point in time not much is known about which …

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