Apple made the new Mac Pro upgradable. Released this October, the new Mac Pro is considered to be the most future proof Mac because of its being completely upgradeable. Users can upgrade the CPU, GPU, RAM as well as the HDD. These first wave of orders of these new Mac Pros will be shipped by December 30.
Apple announces the Mac Pro shipping date to be December 30th for the very first wave of booked orders. Mac Pro was launched on the October Event but the online booking started on December 19th. Reports claim several thousands of Mac Pro orders already made as yet.
MacBook Pro price drop at Best Buy for a 24-hour Holiday Gifting Sale event. Best Buy is offering discounts on the entire lineup of Apple’s MacBook Pros. These deals are for the MacBook Pros with Retina Display models only which were recently launched at Apple’s iPad event.
Despite the new OS X Mavericks is supposed to increase the battery life of Mac machines, some users are experiencing a ‘horrible’ battery drain issue after upgrading to OS X Mavericks.
Apple’s technical forum supporters suggested to wait for the Spotlight to fully index, however, many people are still having the same issue even after waiting for days, and calibrating the battery.
However, a battery test performed by Ars Technica claimed that Mavericks will improve the battery life, although, instead of battery life improvements, they are noticing a very noticeable decrease of battery efficiency.
The exact working solution is not yet found, but some Apple assistance suggested to reset the SMC.
Apple’s new MacBook Pro graphics performance increases over 65% than its predecessor because of the new Intel Iris Pro graphics processor. Released at the iPad event, the new MacBook Pro is many times efficient and powerful than its predecessor because of the new series Haswell processors, which was also the only major change brought in the devices.
Apple releases MacBook Pro with a 15″ Retina display and the new cylindrical Mac Pro desktop at the iPad Event on Tuesday. Alongside, Apple has also released the free OS X Mavericks and the new iPad Air and iPad Mini in the Tuesday’s event.
Apple releases OS X Mavericks for free in their Tuesday’s iPad Event. The OS X will be available for free download at the mac App Store. The system is designed to perform its best on even 2007 made iMac and MacBook pros. The iPad Event with the tagline “we still have a lot to cover” is entitled to bringing a lot of stuff for us.
Apple will release its new Mac OSX 10.9 Mavericks to the public by the end of this October. The news isn’t directly opened up by Apple as yet, rather by some other reliable sources that have the insights of Apple’s whereabouts.
Originally, the release was scheduled to be made this month but due to some technical problems maybe Apple had to delay it until the end of next month. This is expected to be boosting up the Apple’s poor market share by adding new and unique plus useful functionalities.
Apple, today releases the ninth Developer Preview, the build 12F36 for its OSX Mountain Lion 10.8.5. This comes two weeks ahead of the previous seed of the build 12F35 and just a day after Apple seeded the seventh OSX Mavericks developer preview. The update is available as a software update in the Mac App store as well as on the Mac Dev Center for download. However, this update isn’t believed to be as major as its predecessors but will come in handy to the developers anyways. Apple believes its new OSX will be a major improvement over the previous and will greatly improve the OSX’s market share. A new seed for Safari 6.1 is also made available for developers.
The war between Mac and Windows is a never ending one, especially because of being heated up equally by both the sides. But, the actual statistical studies has some really bad news for one of the side here. Recent analysis show that Mac OS X has even dropped below the Microsoft’s Windows 8, in the total market share.
Windows 8 was lagging behind the Mac OS X in market share at the start of the month August by about 1%. The situation today seems to be the opposite as Mac OS X now lags behind Windows 8. The three different versions of the Mac OS X sum up to provide a total of 6.72% market share compared with the 7.4% share held by Microsoft’s Windows 8.