If you intend to buy a used MacBook, MacBook Pro or MacBook Air. Try it first, to make sure it works properly.
Apple products are beautiful, fashionable and work pretty well. But it must be admitted, far too expensive for some scholarships. Even if Apple offers on the Apple Store some of its products “refurbished” (refurb) a little cheaper, another solution is offered to you: the purchase of the used product to an individual.
If the Macs that come out of the store are sold with a one-year warranty and a 90-day free repair service, you will definitely not have access to it with a second-hand product. One more reason to check a certain number of points, and make sure that the machine is working properly.
Buying a used computer can be a double-edged operation. There are some tips to follow to ensure the proper packaging of …
Constantly that rotating beach ball in the picture or do you have to wait minutes before your Mac is finally started? Of course no one is waiting for that! But did you know that making your Mac faster is not that difficult at all? Here we give you five tips to ensure that your Mac is a lot faster.
Do you use many programs just like us in one day? Then check whether you close them completely. Every program you use takes up part of the Mac’s working capacity. The moment you do not close programs properly, your Mac will get a bit slower. Making a Mac faster starts with closing apps or programs that you do not use!
More Working Memory
Have you had your iMac or MacBook a little longer? Maybe it’s time for a simple upgrade! Placing more …
Reports have particularized the answer made to the query of a customer by Apple SVP of Marketing Phil Schiller. The query proposed the question that the side border gets scratched of black and then it was a slate iPhone 5, via an email received by 9to5Mac. For Schiller’s answer it’s difficult to comment it as unimpressive or an answer covering the scratching aluminium. Schiller apparently responded to concerns by pointing out that aluminum is naturally subject to scratches, and that minor chips over time are to be expected with the iPhone 5?s construction materials.
9to5Mac possesses the full email which was verified by the headers so that it may be conveyed that it was customary email by Apple. The texts in the email dragged forward read:
Any aluminum product may scratch or chip with use, exposing its natural silver color. That is normal.
As the survey speaks that aluminium is comparatively softer than glass, …
Reports claim that Apple is ready to release a new line of MacBook Pro notebooks very soon. Recently Best Buy had released five stock keeping units (SKU) tagged to be “Coming soon”. The notebooks are assumed to be priced as $1,199, $1,499, $1,799, $2,199 and $2,499. Together, further strengthening the speculation, most of Apple’s European dealers have not had supply of MacBook Pro notebooks for over two weeks and were not able to place orders as well.
Apple has issued strict orders to retailers not to open sealed containers that may reach the store before any details are published. There are also chances that Apple will be introducing Intel’s Light Peak technology in the new notebooks. With the ability to run multiple protocols and having a bandwidth starting at 10G bps,the technology helps to connect multiple devices over a single cable.
Most of the retailers have ran out of MacBook Pro stock and is …
Apple is in for an update of its MacBook Air this summer with the inclusion of Intel’s sandy Bridge processors. The MacBook Air upgrading is expected in June according to sources.The Sandy Bridge processor would be a huge add on to the MacBook Air, which currently incorporates a Core 2 Duo chip, which has been used since its introduction about three years ago. That three year span puts Core 2 Duo chips two generations behind the Sandy Bridge. This MacBook and the MacBook Pro also use Core 2 Duo processors.
Apparently PC makers are all eager to ship systems with the latest Intel processor because it speeds up the gaming graphics and multimedia tasks over current Intel silicon at little or no extra cost. This is due to the fact that the graphics silicon is built directly onto the main processor which is a first for a mainstream Intel chip. With the inclusion of …