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Have you ever looked at your MacBook and thought, “I wish they made this thing thinner and took out the 3.5mm headphone jack”? If so, then Apple’s next generation MacBook may be the perfect computer for you. That’s right: Apple is reportedly considering removing the headphone jack from its laptops. Just like it removed the headphone jack from the iPhone 7 in a bid to increase wireless hRead More
When Apple makes new hardware, that hardware is built from the ground up to run Apple software. That’s why many people are surprised about a new report claiming that Windows 10 runs “unequivocally better” on the new MacBook than OS X. That report comes from Alex King, a computer science student at Tufts University. He purchased a 2015 MacBook a little over a month ago. After buying theRead More
In 2013, Google released a laptop called the Chromebook Pixel. The original Pixel was designed to rival the MacBook in terms of aesthetic appeal and performance. Its major limitation was the fact that it just ran Chrome OS. The Pixel 2 was just released and aims to pick up where the original left off. The Pixel 2 comes with some amazingly powerful specs, like: -2560x1700 resolution (yes, thaRead More
For years, Microsoft and Apple had an uneasy truce going over Boot Camp. Boot Camp let Mac users install Windows on Mac OS and “dual boot” into either operating system as they desired. It was an enormously helpful utility for those who work in both desktop environments with different software programs. Unfortunately, Apple has decided that Boot Camp is no longer a beneficial service forRead More
When you think of laptop PCs, the word ‘high-quality’ doesn’t always come to mind. That’s because most PC manufacturers focus on attracting lower-end consumers interested in sub-$500 laptops. This means most PC manufacturers cut corners, leading to lower-quality laptops and diminishing public perception of PCs. That’s why Intel’s new line of Ultrabooks is good for fans of the PC. ByRead More