Apple quietly updated its MacBook Pro models this week, although this update did not bring any change in designs, the configuration, on the other hand, has received significant improvements for Pro users. Continue reading Apple Introduces 2018 MacBook Pro Models With New Processor, 32GB Of RAM, True Tone Display, And More
South China Morning Post reports that LG Display has begun producing OLED display panels for Apple’s iPhone X Plus. The first batch of production may be ready to go before the September debut of the new iPhones. This also means that LG will soon become Apple’s second largest OLED screen supplier.
Following the consumers’ complain on the MacBook Butterfly Keyboard that they have experienced where keys will become unresponsive, so Apple responded the problem by launching a new MacBook and MacBook Pro free keyboard repair program.
Although Apple has promised that AirPower will be available in 2018, but a specific date wasn’t given to us. However, a new report from Chinese site QQ indicates that the wireless charging mat would be released in the next three months…
According to a Fast Company report, future versions of Apple Watch will use solid-state side buttons instead of physical buttons that you need to press for, and it can provide haptic feedback through the Taptic Engine vibration engine.
Some MacBook and MacBook Pro models that Apple sells on its online stores appear to be “sold out”, with the pre-order shipment date is set for June 4th, suggesting that Apple may release new MacBook models during the Worldwide Developer Conference.
If you want to place an order of Mac with a Core i7 processor on Apple’s official website in the United States, it will show that there’s no stock, as the shipping date slips to June 4 – 6th. The problem also applies to those Core i5 models.
These phenomena seem to imply that Apple is likely to be released a new series of laptops at the WWDC 2018, which will be held on June 4th. We expect that the new MacBook models would likely to use newer Intel processors.
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With the introduction of iOS 11, users can now view their purchase history directly from their iOS devices. Previously, the feature was only available on iTunes for Macs and PCs. While users can view purchase history through the iOS App Store and the iTunes Store, according to Apple’s Support document, this is meant to help you redownload your purchases on any compatible device. Here is how to view them!