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Details on New Mac Pro and MacBook Pro Specs Surface, Retina Notebook Still Under Wraps

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9to5Mac reports that it has obtained details on the configurations of the Mac Pro and MacBook Pro to be released later today, with specifics on a number of accessories also appearing. The list is not complete, however, as it does not include details on the thinner Retina-display notebook, which is...
Details on New Mac Pro and MacBook Pro Specs Surface, Retina Notebook Still Under Wraps

Photo of the Back of an iPad 3 Rear Shell, Smart Cover Magnets

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Apparently, iPad 3 enclosures are easy to come by these days. Earlier today, Repair Labs posted a photo of the interior the iPad 3 rear shell. They concluded that there were some minor changes that suggested a larger battery and redesigned logic board. Tonight, Apple.pro posts an image of the...
Photo of the Back of an iPad 3 Rear Shell, Smart Cover Magnets
Alleged iPad 3 casing photo appears, sources say coming soon with improved GPU but no quad-core, thicker profile

Teardown of Retina display MacBook Pro finds soldered RAM, propreitary SSD

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Apple's new Retina display MacBook Pro has been taken apart and examined from the inside, revealing that the RAM is soldered onto the logic board and cannot be upgraded, and that the proprietary solid-state drive memory was supplied by Samsung....
Teardown of Retina display MacBook Pro finds soldered RAM, propreitary SSD
MacBook Pro with Retina display dismantled by iFixit, revealing soldered RAM
iFixit Tears Down The MacBook Pro With Retina Display, Deems It Nearly Impossible To Repair

Photos of Claimed New 15-Inch MacBook Pro Logic Board Show NVIDIA GT650M, Retained Layout

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M.I.C. gadget points to a pair of posts from Chinese forum WeiPhone.com showing portions of what is claimed to be the logic board and graphic hardware from the next-generation 15-inch MacBook Pro set to be introduced tomorrow. New MacBook Pro logic board with NVIDIA GeForce GT 650M (left) and current...
Photos of Claimed New 15-Inch MacBook Pro Logic Board Show NVIDIA GT650M, Retained Layout

Photos claim to show Nvidia GT 650M GPU in Apple's next MacBook Pro

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New photos leaked from China purport to show the logic board of Apple's new 15-inch MacBook Pro, with an unchanged design and a new Nvidia Kepler GeForce GT 650M....
Photos claim to show Nvidia GT 650M GPU in Apple's next MacBook Pro

Teardown of Retina MacBook Pro Finds Low Repairability with Custom Components

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Following yesterday's teaser teardown of the updated MacBook Air, iFixit has now given Apple's new Retina MacBook Pro the same treatment. Apple of course showed off a fair bit of the machines internals during the keynote in order to promote all of the innovations included inside, but iFixit's teardown still...
Teardown of Retina MacBook Pro Finds Low Repairability with Custom Components
Retina MacBook Pro is the least repairable laptop ever, says iFixit

MacBook Pro blurrycam pics hint at Kepler GPU

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Blurrycam photos purporting to be of the 15-inch MacBook Pro's logic board, suggest that the refreshed laptops will carry NVIDIA's GeForce 650M Kepler GPU. Given that we're barely hours from an Apple keynote and being deluged with all sorts of weird and wonderful rumors, we're filing this under "could...
MacBook Pro blurrycam pics hint at Kepler GPU

Apple II Plus gets torn asunder and restored in this modern teardown (video)

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Breathe in that vintage electronics musk, because it's not going to last -- at least for Todd Harrison, a computer hobbyist based in Mesa, Arizona. You see, for Todd, much of his appreciation for old equipment comes from tearing the units apart and restoring 'em to a like-new condition....
Apple II Plus gets torn asunder and restored in this modern teardown (video)

Leaked iPad 3 parts suggest larger battery, minor changes

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The next-generation iPad will feature a larger battery and “different” camera, according to RepairLabs. The website obtained what it claims to be the rear shell of the upcoming iPad 3 from an industry insider in China. After examining the shell and comparing it to an iPad 2 case, RepairLabs...
Leaked iPad 3 parts suggest larger battery, minor changes
Retina MacBook Pro full of Air-style proprietary parts

Non-Retina Mid-2012 MacBook Pro Torn Apart

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It's been a busy week of Apple teardowns for iFixit, with the firm announcing today that it has completed its work on the non-Retina version of the Mid-2012 MacBook Pro. Given that the non-Retina version has retained the same form factor for a number of years, there are few changes...
Non-Retina Mid-2012 MacBook Pro Torn Apart
New iPad unboxed: looks the same as the last one (video)

The answer to all our Windows 8 dreams: The Ivy Bridge Asus Transformer Book

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If you’ve ever looked at an Asus Transformer and wished that it was slightly bigger, had an x86 processor, and ran Windows, I have good news: At Computex in Taiwan, Asus has unveiled just that. Dubbed the Transformer Book, this isn’t some wimpy Atom-powered thing either: This Transformer will ship...
The answer to all our Windows 8 dreams: The Ivy Bridge Asus Transformer Book

Photos allegedly show logic board of new MacBook Pro, sporting NVIDIA GT 650M graphics

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A user on Chinese forum WeiPhone has posted (via MacRumors) photos allegedly showing off the logic board placed in the new MacBook Pro that is to be announced tomorrow at Apple’s keynote opening this year’s WWDC. According to the leak, the MacBook Pro is set to feature a NVIDIA GT 650M graphics...
Photos allegedly show logic board of new MacBook Pro, sporting NVIDIA GT 650M graphics

iPad 3 Front Glass Reveals No Significant Changes: Round Home Button, Camera and Sensor Holes

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While a number of alleged iPad 3 parts have leaked in recent weeks, one piece that has so far remained unseen is the device's front panel. But now Apple.pro points to a posting (registration required) on Chinese microblogging site Sina weibo showing what is claimed to be the front glass...
iPad 3 Front Glass Reveals No Significant Changes: Round Home Button, Camera and Sensor Holes
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Your New MacBook Pro Will Probably Look Exactly Like Your Old One (AAPL)

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Apple's new MacBook Pro laptops may not sport a thin MacBook Air-like design, says Chinese site MIC gadget. Despite an external change, the photo here shows a redesigned logic board and new graphics processor with increased memory. Gizmodo is reporting, "the images also confirm that the new machines will use a...
Your New MacBook Pro Will Probably Look Exactly Like Your Old One (AAPL)

Apple’s new iPad runs cooler than lukewarm tea, despite doubling graphics power

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Over the last few days, reports from users of Apple’s new iPad have indicated that it runs warmer than its predecessor, the iPad 2. This was confirmed today by Consumer Reports, who ran a battery of tests on the new tablet with thermometers and thermal imaging. The organization found that...
Apple’s new iPad runs cooler than lukewarm tea, despite doubling graphics power
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New MacBook Pro an enormous pain to repair, says iFixit
iPad 3 to have a thicker casing, A5X SoC instead of A6?
A profile of Jerry Manock, the designer behind the Apple II
Like tinkering with your MacBook Pro? Non-retina may be where it's at

Another iPad 3 Component Leak Shows “A5X” Processor

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Among the expected chances to the next generation of iPad is an improved processor. Seeing as the original iPad had the A4 and the iPad 2 had the A5, it was logical to guess that the iPad 3 would have an A6. As it turns out, that’s not the case:...
Another iPad 3 Component Leak Shows “A5X” Processor
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