Ep. 1074: Where it's not you, it's us Video
CEO Tim Cook and other executives introduce updated iPads, Macs, and software in San Francisco on Tuesday. Among the technologies the company hopes will be hot this holiday season: the iPad Mini with Retina Display, faster MacBooks, and the high-end Mac Pro.
MacBook Pro with retina display is announced at Apple's WWDC conference today.
Leaked from today's podcast episode: Richard takes on the vertical video epidemic, LinkedIn users get double trouble, and geriatrics choosing e-readers over paper books.
Apple's first-ever Retina Display MacBook Pro offers unparalleled screen resolution and an all-new, slimmer design -- but it comes at a very high price.
Molly Wood unwraps Apple's 13-inch MacBook Pro with Retina Display and offers her first impressions.
Dan Ackerman takes a look inside the boxes of the brand-new 2013 MacBook Pro with Retina Display.
While the Apple Tablet is much more fashionable to hype, the Microsoft Courier turns out to be very hype-worthy. We also find out once again that Rafe knows where he works. And the US has relaxed its grip on the Internet. Good thing? Bad thing? Irrelevant thing? Or over hyped like an Apple tablet.
The Kirabook's biggest selling point is its high-res screen. Far beyond 1,920x1,080, this is instead a 2,560x1,440-pixel-resolution display (called PixelPure), putting it firmly in the territory of the MacBook Pro with Retina Display. Of course, that also includes MacBook-Pro-like prices, with the Kirabook running from $1,599 to $1,999.
Apple caught us by surprise this morning when it dropped the iPad 4 just six months after the debut of the iPad 3. An overview of all the announcements including the Retina MacBook Pro, iMac, and Mac Mini on today's episode.
The MacBook Pro with Retina display is aimed at pro photographers. Can its smaller size and limited storage please our road test candidate?
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