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Component report pins MacBook overhaul for third quarter

05/16/2008, 10:05 am

The next update to Apple Inc.'s line of 13-inch MacBook consumer portables will arrive sometime during the third quarter of the year, Far Eastern component suppliers are reported to have revealed.


Aluminum MacBook, iMac-like MacBook Pro mocks leaked? [updated]

04/17/2008, 08:04 am

An unusual .Mac website believed to belong to an Apple employee has been revealed to include promotional images depicting an all aluminum 13-inch MacBook design in addition to a MacBook Pro that takes design cues from the company's existing line of all-in-one iMac computers.


Apple orders aluminum 13-inch MacBook shells, 3G iPhone chips

04/17/2008, 08:04 am

Separate reports have revealed that Apple's next wave of products for 2008 is soon to enter various stages of production, with orders placed for aluminum shells for the company's next-generation 13-inch MacBooks and a manufacturer chosen for the iPhone's 3G chipset.


Apple acknowledges graphics glitch with latest notebooks

04/14/2008, 10:04 am

Apple is investigating problems with its new Penryn-based Intel notebooks that cause flickering and graphics corruption during media playback and web browsing.


Apple posts Mac, keyboard firmware updates, new iPhone SDK

04/08/2008, 04:04 pm

Apple on Tuesday released several fixes to improve the reliability of its Macs based on Intel's mobile platform as well as its newer aluminum keyboard. Also, beta 3 has surfaced for the iPhone developer SDK along with a new firmware beta.


Apple notebook lines to see major design changes, sources say

04/07/2008, 12:04 pm

Apple Inc.'s existing MacBook and MacBook Pro notebooks will be the last of their breed, as both product families are destined for major design changes upon their next refresh, AppleInsider has learned.


Apple developing full multi-touch Macs - report

04/01/2008, 10:04 am

Mac maker Apple Inc. is in the early developmental stages of a personal computer system that will rely exclusively on its revolutionary multi-touch technology rather than traditional input devices, investment bank Piper Jaffray said Tuesday.


Apple settles "millions of colors" class-action lawsuit

03/26/2008, 09:03 am

Apple has settled with two professional photographers who had charged the company with falsely advertising the quality and capabilities of its MacBook and MacBook Pro notebook displays.


MacBooks: Apple over Dell; Air sell-through; new models slower

03/03/2008, 10:03 am

Apple has eclipsed Dell as the No.1 supplier of notebooks to higher education in the United States. Meanwhile, thin supply of MacBook Airs suggests demand remains high for the super-slim notebook a month removed from initial availability. And the entry level Penryn-based MacBook is reportedly slower than its predecessor.


Apple jobs: carbon composites, iPhone cameras, MacBook design

02/29/2008, 06:02 pm

As always, Apple is expanding its workforce; new postings, however, suggest that the company is investigating a return to carbon elements in its computers, expanding the iPhone's camera functionality, and prepping for the next generation of MacBooks.


Free shuffle, $150 off new MacBook Pros, $100 off new MacBooks

02/27/2008, 12:02 pm

Apple authorized resellers are taking advantage of the recent flurry of product announcements from the company, offering a series of deals that range from a free iPod shuffle with the purchase of an iPod touch, to $75 - $150 rebates on the brand new MacBook and MacBook Pros.


Next Apple notebook refresh rumored for June

02/27/2008, 12:02 pm

The next update to Apple's MacBook and MacBook Pro family of notebook computers could come as early as June, according to a series of reports.


More MacBook details: battery life claims, enviro push, more

02/26/2008, 06:02 pm

When Apple revamped its MacBook and MacBook Pro lineups on Tuesday, the company also quietly changed its methods of reporting battery life and also made clear the eco-friendliness of the notebooks, among other changes.


Apple introduces Penryn-based MacBooks and MacBook Pros

02/26/2008, 08:02 am

Apple today updated its popular MacBook and MacBook Pro notebook lines with the latest Intel Core 2 Duo Penryn processors, larger hard drives and 2GB of memory standard in most models.


Apple filing spills details of advanced multi-touch pads for Macs

02/19/2008, 10:02 am

A new and ambitious patent filing from Apple hints that the Mac maker is working to extend an advanced version of its multi-touch technology to future notebook trackpads that would include gesture concepts well beyond what is presently available on its handheld and MacBook Air products.


MacBook Air demand trails that of original Intel-based MacBook

02/12/2008, 09:02 am

Interest in Apple Inc.'s new ultra-thin and lightweight MacBook Air is running high, but demand for the new sub-notebook is noticeably less than that of the first Intel-based MacBook launched in May of 2006, according to a new report.


Report: Apple cuts iPod, iPhone, and MacBook orders (again)

02/06/2008, 04:02 pm

Shares of Apple Inc. slumped further south on Wednesday amid a weakening macroeconomic outlook and reports of additional production cuts affecting not only the company's handhelds, but also its red-hot notebook business.


Wired claims last-minute "MacBook Air" details

01/14/2008, 10:01 pm

An alleged insider at a third-party vendor is said by Wired to have fresh details on the rumored 'MacBook Air' sub-notebook just hours before its unveiling at Macworld San Francisco.


Intel to grow next-gen notebook chip offerings

01/11/2008, 10:01 am

Intel Corp. plans to extend its upcoming Montevina platform to include two new classes of chips that will allow system manufacturers like Apple to build a variety of new and low-power notebook systems, according to a published report.


Penryn notebook chips offer marginal battery and speed boosts

01/07/2008, 08:01 pm

A new family of Penryn-based Core 2 notebook chips formally introduced by Intel on Monday boost battery performance by as much as 16 percent and encoding operations by as much 40 percent when pitted against their Merom predecessors in a set of mobile benchmark tests.