• Refurbished 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pros get another price cut from Apple

    1 month ago - By iMore

    Apple has cut the price of the 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro even further on the company's Certified Refurbished Store.
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  • Here's everything we know about the M2 Mac mini

    Here's everything we know about the M2 Mac mini

    1 month ago - By 9to5Mac

    Apple this week announced new iPad models , as well as a new generation Apple TV 4K. However, according to recent rumors, the company has also been working on new Macs - including the next generation Mac mini equipped with the M2 chip. Read on as we detail everything we know about the new Mac mini.
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  • Google's Pixel team mocks Apple. while tweeting from an iPhone

    Google's Pixel team mocks Apple. while tweeting from an iPhone

    1 month ago - By BGR

    On Tuesday, Apple unveiled the new M2 iPad Pro , iPad 10 , and a next-generation Apple TV 4K. Before the announcement, the company's CEO Tim Cook posted a TakeNote hashflag on Twitter so customers could be hyped up about the future products. Then, the Google Pixel US account decided to make a joke with the hashtag, but the social media manager forgot he was tweeting from an iPhone.
    The “incident” was spotted by graphic designer Ian Zelbo. Zelbo is known for rendering leaks regarding Apple's future announcements, such as the iPhone SE 4.
    In the tweet, now deleted and re-posted, the Google...
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  • Use Vivid to Unlock the Full Brightness of Your MacBook Pro and Pro Display XDR

    Use Vivid to Unlock the Full Brightness of Your MacBook Pro and Pro Display XDR

    1 month ago - By App Advice

    Normally, anyone with a 14-inch or 16-inch MacBook Pro M1 Pro/Max or a Pro Display XDR display can use the screen at up to 500 nits of brightness. But those displays can go much brighter when showcasing HDR content.
    Step Into the Brightness The great Mac app Vivid will help brings your display into the light and unlock 1,000 nits of brightness at all times. That's especially helpful when working outside in bright light or a coffee shop.
    With the app installed, there's nothing to do. It will automatically change your display to the maximum brightness level.
    Obviously, the big downside of...
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  • Apple Cuts Prices on Refurbished M1 Pro and M1 Max MacBook Pro Models

    Apple Cuts Prices on Refurbished M1 Pro and M1 Max MacBook Pro Models

    1 month ago - By Mac Rumors

    While we noted yesterday that Apple had cut prices on refurbished units of some older iPad models alongside the introduction of updates for the iPad Pro and ‌iPad‌ lines, the company also reduced refurbished prices for some other product lines that did not see updates.
    Most notably, Apple has cut prices on its refurbished 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro models with M1 Pro and M1 Max chips, offering customers additional savings ahead of updates expected as soon as next month. From their April debut through earlier this week, refurbished ‌M1 Pro‌ and ‌M1 Max‌ MacBook Pro models were priced...
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