Apple Could Announce 16-inch MacBook Pro This Week

The rumors that Apple has a 16-inch MacBook Pro in the works has been floating about for a while now. It was originally said that the laptop could be announced in October, but that clearly did not happen. However, it seems that we could be close to seeing the laptop being officially announced.


16-inch MacBook Pro Shipments Expected In This Quarter, Launch Date Still Uncertain

For a while now we have been hearing rumors that Apple could have a 16-inch MacBook Pro in the works. Last we heard, the laptop was rumored to be launched at the end of October, but that clearly has not happened. However, could we be getting close to a launch? According to a report from DigiTimes, apparently Apple is expecting shipments for the laptop this quarter.


16-inch MacBook Pro Could Sport Slightly Redesigned Touch Bar

According to the rumors, Apple’s 16-inch MacBook Pro will actually look a lot like the 15-inch MacBook Pro. This is because while the screen will be larger, it will have thinner bezels that will help it maintain its overall size. Now according to a report from 9to5Mac, they have discovered a new image in macOS 10.15.1 which suggests a slightly redesigned Touch Bar.


MacBooks With Redesigned Scissor Switch Keyboards Expected Mid 2020

While Apple’s MacBook Pros are undeniably powerful (expensive, but powerful), if there is one weak point in the laptop it would be with the keyboard. There have been multiple complaints about the keyboard, but if the rumors are to be believed, Apple could finally be addressing them in 2020.


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New Report ‘Confirms’ 16-inch MacBook Pro Coming End Of The Month

For a while, there have been rumors that Apple could be looking to explore a new laptop size in the form of a 16-inch MacBook Pro. More recently, it seems that those rumors could be true as images found in the macOS Catalina beta have revealed a potentially new laptop in the works, and now a report from DigiTimes claims that we might be able to expect the laptop by […]


16-inch MacBook Pro Might Have Been Confirmed In macOS Catalina Beta

It has been rumored for a while that Apple could be working on a new 16-inch MacBook Pro. Whether or not that is true remains to be seen, but it’s starting to look like it could. This is according to French Apple website, MacGeneration, where they have uncovered images in the macOS Catalina 10.15.1 beta that hints at the laptop.


Pixelbook Go Is Google’s Latest And More Affordable Pixelbook

In addition to announcing the Pixel 4 smartphones, Google’s event also saw the company announce a new Pixelbook laptop in the form of the Pixelbook Go, whose photos were actually leaked a few days ahead of the event. If the Pixelbook was a laptop you’ve had your eye on but felt it was a bit out of your price range, then Google might have your back with this model.


Razer Blade 15 Laptop Updated With New Optical Keyboard

Let’s face it, the built-in keyboards on laptops aren’t exactly fun to type on. Some might be nicer than others, but for the most part, they just don’t feel quite as good as standalone keyboards. However, we have seen some laptop makers try to improve on that by introducing mechanical keyboards in laptops.


Google’s Upcoming Pixelbook Go Laptop Leaked In The Flesh

Google will be hosting an event next week on the 15th of October where it is expected that the company will be launching their new Pixel smartphones. However, in addition to new smartphones, it has been speculated that Google could also be planning on launching new laptops as well, one of which is the Pixelbook Go.


2020 MacBooks Will All Adopt New Scissor Keyboard Mechanism

The problem plaguing Apple’s current laptops isn’t so much to do with performance of the system, but rather something pretty simple and basic: its keyboard. For those who have been following the news long enough, there’s a good chance that you’ve probably heard of all the nightmares that the keyboard on MacBook laptops are giving its users.


Apple’s New Sidecar Feature Will Only Work On Newer Macs

One of the features of macOS Catalina is called Sidecar. For those who are unfamiliar, this basically allows macOS users to take an iPad and turn that iPad into a secondary display for their MacBook laptops. It sounds pretty useful and a much welcome feature, especially for users who have long had to rely on third-party alternatives.


16-inch MacBook Pro Could Be Apple’s Fastest Charging Laptop To Date

According to the rumors, Apple is set to launch a 16-inch MacBook Pro later this year. This will be Apple’s largest laptop to date following the company’s decision to kill off its 17-inch MacBook Pros several years ago. However, apart from the rumors of a larger display, we have also heard rumors that it could be packing a new revamped keyboard that could do away with the keyboard problems once […]


iPads, MacBooks With Mini-LED Displays Could Arrive Late 2020

Apple has been starting to transition to OLED screens. It first started with the Apple Watch and it later expanded to the iPhone, and we expect that in the future, it will find its way to the iPad and MacBooks as well. However, according to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, that might not be 100% accurate.


Google Assistant Starts Rolling Out To More Chromebooks

Google Assistant is Google’s digital assistant software that can typically be found on its Android smartphones, although in the past few years, we’ve seen it expanded to smart speakers. It even made its way to Chromebook devices made by Google, such as the Pixelbook and Pixel Slate, and the good news is that Google has expanded on its availability.