Aplpe's rumored 16-inch MacBook Pro is no longer coming this year, but the company still plans to launch its massive 31.6-inch display sometime this year.
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Apple has apologized for ongoing issues with the butterfly keyboards in modern MacBooks.
Apple refuses to admit to older MacBook Pros' Flexgate problem, quietly fixes the problem on newer MacBook Pro design.
Apple's newest Mac products have a serious audio glitching bug thanks to its T2 security chip.
It's yet another sign of declining product quality at Apple. The good news? Apple will fix the issues for free.
Apple now has a software lock that makes Macs inoperative after certain independent repairs.
The powerful new MacBook Pros reportedly suffered from unexpected thermal throttling that is now fixed with new software update, according to Apple.
Apple confirms its fix for the MacBook Pro keyboards to prevent dust in internal documents.
Apple finally has new MacBook Pros with an improved keyboard, spec bumps, True Tone display, more.
Apple quietly launched a new service program for those MacBooks that use its deeply-flawed butterfly keyboard design.
Microsoft's beleaguered Surface business needs a win. This isn't it.
It's perhaps not surprising that the iPhone dominated the headlines this year. And not always for positive reasons.
Studying how Apple has evolved Mac hardware and macOS software over the years is instructive for any Windows fan.
Apple announced a slew of new products, including iOS 11, new iMac and MacBook Pros, a new iPad Pro, and a Siri-powered HomePod speaker.
In a blatant PR stunt that should please no one, Apple this week invited only the friendliest of bloggers to its Campus this week to assure them that they remain committed to the Mac.
When Consumer Reports refused to recommend the new MacBook Pro because of battery issues, Apple shot back and said there was nothing wrong.
I've resisted writing about Apple's new MacBook Pro since it was announced in October. But this product requires discussion.
The touch strip above the keyboards on the MacBooks only serves to highlight a very strange aversion Apple has to a technology that it made popular on mobile devices: Multi-touch screens.
Microsoft has announced a limited-time trade-up offer for MacBook users, who can receive up to $650 for their touch-less wonders when they upgrade to a more capable Surface device.
The new Touch Bar was arguably the biggest news at yesterday's MacBook Pro announcements. And yes, Microsoft Office already supports this dynamic new interface.
Apple today announced a new generation of MacBook Pro laptops in both 13- and 15-inch form factors. But the firm didn't deliver a 13-inch MacBook as was also expected.