Apple has finally updated the fan-favorite MacBook Pro 13-inch after much anticipation, but how does it compare to the always-improving Dell XPS 13? Here, we examine the hardware and design of each machine.
Apple recently unveiled new MacBook Pro lineup, but is last-gen hardware and an OLED Touch Bar enough to keep it competitive? Here, we take a look at how the 13-inch model measures up to HP's latest laptop, the HP Spectre x360 Convertible.
Hours after Apple's latest event, hard disk manufacturer LaCie followed up with an announcement of its own by introducing the Bolt 3 -- a companion to the new MacBook Pro in design, performance, and price.
If you've ordered one of Apple's newly announced MacBook Pros with a touch bar, then you may have longer to wait for it to arrive than expected. Initially slated for a 2-3 week shipping period, that has now slipped by a week.
Apple introduced its new 15-inch MacBook Pro during a press event that sported a new, unannounced graphics processor. Now AMD makes the GPU reveal official with the launch of the Radeon Pro 400 Series of GPUs.
Apple recently unveiled three new MacBook Pro models at its press event in New York, two of which feature a newfangled Touch Bar. What new features do they offer, and how do they compare to one another?
Apple users looking for a highly portable laptop just got another appealing option — while the MacBook Air will live on, it's being joined by a 13-inch MacBook Pro that omits the new keyboard Touch Bar.
Apple finally updated some of its Mac lineup. Here, we compare the MacBook Air 13-inch to the newly-announced MacBook Pro 13-inch -- the non-Touch Bar edition -- to see which comes out on top for those looking to buy a basic, lightweight…
During Apple's press conference, the company introduced new MacBook Pro models sporting the long-rumored OLED strip above the keyboard. Here is what it does for MacOS functions, first-party applications, and supporting third-party software.
On the 25th anniversary of the first Apple laptop, CEO Tim Cook took the stage Thursday at company headquarters in Cupertino, California, to unveil the latest MacBook Pro, which features some new hardware.