Tag Archives: MacBook Pro

New MacBook Pro pushes Apple’s position in the PC industry

In Q4 2016 Apple released the all new MacBook Pro which featured tons of new features such as the Touch Bar, updated specs, and an all new design. With new data from Gartner and IDC, it shows that Apple is beginning to rise in the PC industry, despite the entire market starting to level off. During the fourth quarter of 2016, worldwide shipments of…

Schiller: Apple is working with Consumer Reports to understand their ‘do not recommend rating’ on latest MacBook Pro

Earlier this week Consumer Reports said that they ‘do not recommend’ the latest MacBook Pro. This is the first notebook the firm couldn’t recommend due to inconsistent battery life during their test. Now, Apple marketing head Phil Schiller says that the company is working with Consumer Reports to “understand” the tests. Working with CR to understand…

Consumer Reports isn’t recommending the 2016 MacBook Pro

Lots of users have been reporting poor battery life on their 2016 MacBook Pro. Now, however, Consumer Reports is out and has put their own twist on the notebook, and it’s not looking good there either. The firm says the 2016 MacBook Pro is the first MacBook to not reach e recommended ratings from the origination. In the breakdown post, Consumer…

LG says UltraFine 5K Display delayed with no confirmed dates

LG has now confirmed that its 5K UltraFine monitor, the one Apple recommends for use with the new MacBook Pro models, is being delayed. A company representative said that LG does not have a confirmed ship date yet. LG originally said that they will be available in ‘early December’ while Apple was more cautious on their website and said…

macOS 10.12.2 fixes an issue causing Time Machine backups and large data transfers to crash the new MacBook Pro

Along with a slew of other issues new MacBook Pro customers are having, macOS 10.12.2 will fix an issue where large data transfers or Time Machine Backups would crash the machine. Whether it was via an external hard drive or SSD, it would cause the machine to crash when connected via Thunderbolt 3 port. The news comes in form of a response a MacRumors…