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The Macbook Pro is a laptop line from Apple Inc. It exists in two main variants, 13" and 15", and typically serves as the "professional" mobile computers for the company. All Macbook Pro computers use a Unibody design which is carved into a massive block of aluminum to ensure structural integrity. On June 11 2012, Apple has announced the new Macbook Pro with Retina display.

NewerTech announces NuPower MacBook Pro replacement batteries

05/10/2011, NewerTech, developer of performance upgrades and accessories for Macs, PCs, and iOS devices has announced a new product for the Late 2008/Early 2009 15″ Apple MacBook Pros. Called the NuPower 52 Watt-Hour High Capacity Replacement Battery, this...

Mac OS X 10.6.7 update released

03/21/2011, Apple has just released a new update for the Mac OS X today. The update, which can be obtained through Software Update, brings a whole bunch of fixes that enhance the stability, compatibility and security of your Mac. The update is for all Macs running OS...

Macbook Pro updated with Sandy Bridge, Thunderbolt and AMD

02/24/2011, Apple has just announced that it is updating its Macbook Pro line of laptops with some features that were long overdue, like the Sandy Bridge and FaceTime HD, and others that were a bit more surprising, like the Thunderbolt I/O port and AMD GPUs. New CPU:...

Intel ad hints of a black MacBook?

02/17/2011, Could Apple’s upcoming MacBook Pro notebooks be available in a black color scheme? While there isn’t any official confirmation of such a move, Intel’s latest advert promoting its 2nd generation of Intel Core processors depicts a black notebook that...

Updated MacBook Pro to arrive on March 1st?

02/13/2011, As with all Apple rumors, we’d suggest you take this with a pinch of salt, but word is going around that the updated MacBook Pro might be arriving on the 1st of March. A Danish blogger has claimed that he heard news from a large Danish Apple reseller,...

Concept MacBook Pro aluminum docking station

01/03/2011, Apple’s MacBook Pro is definitely a product that oozes class in terms of design. That being said, many folks out there tend to need port replicators for their notebooks, since there aren’t that many ports on notebooks. So what would a port replicator...

Dragonfly MacBook Pro Clone Gets OS X Upgrade

11/23/2010, We’ve previously seen a pretty good looking MacBook Pro clone from Dragonfly and now the company has tweaked the device to resemble the real deal even closer. While the original clone (this sounds so contradictory) features a Dragonfly logo on the...

Apple Offers 2.8GHz Core i7 Option For 15/17-Inch MacBook Pros

10/20/2010, While the focus on Apple’s Back to Mac event was on its new MacBook Air notebooks and iLife ’11, the fruity company has also introduced new processor options for its 15- and 17-inch MacBook Pros. Customers are now able to choose a 2.8GHz Core...

Apple issues firmware fix, solves charging issue

10/08/2010, Those who are in possession of older MacBook and MacBook Pro models will definitely welcome this new firmware from Apple that solves a charging issue which happens whenever the latest MagSafe power adapters are plugged in. We’re talking about the...

New HAL MacBook decal turns your machine mad

10/04/2010, Of course, when we say “mad”, we don’t mean it literally, but at least it ought to be a pretty decent conversation starter. This new Hal 9000 MacBook decal will certainly cater to all those sci-fi fans out there, where it is printed on...

Study Shows Nearly Half Of Student Notebook Buyers Choosing Macs

08/09/2010, The folks over at Apple should be pretty happy as a new Student Monitor study reveals that almost half of college students getting a notebook plan to buy Macs, and of the 87 percent of prospective buyers, 47 percent plan to get a version of the MacBook,...

Installing a SSD into a MacBook Pro

05/18/2010, Have a MacBook Pro and wish it could perform faster in terms of data transfer due to the large amounts of media that you tend to shift on that platform? Well, how about throwing in a solid-state drive (SSD) into the equation? Here’s a step-by-step...