There is not much point in writing an article on 2016 Macintosh rumors when MacRumors does it so well – http://www.macrumors.com/2015/12/31/what-to-expect-from-apple-in-2016/ I do intend to buy a new MacBook Pro sometime this year, so I will be posting a series articles on my search for the best MacBook Pro (and best deals) for my specific … [Read more…]
Apple Introduces 13-inch MacBook Pro with Retina Display SAN JOSE, California—October 23, 2012—Apple® today introduced an all-new version of its popular 13-inch MacBook® Pro featuring a stunning Retina™ display and all flash storage in a new compact design. At a mere 0.75 inches and 3.57 pounds, the remarkably portable 13-inch MacBook Pro with Retina display … [Read more…]
Although I am impressed by Apple’s newest offering, I will wait at least six months before buying one of the new MacBook Pro laptops with Retina Display, mainly because I don’t really need to upgrade my computert yet and secondly because I don’t like the idea of paying to be a new product tester for … [Read more…]
I’m currently using a mid-2010 13-inch MacBook Pro and a mid-2011 Mac mini, so I am not in immediate need of a new computer, but I do appreciate the updates that have just been made to the MacBook family of Apple laptop computers. Apple Updates MacBook Air and Current Generation MacBook Pro with Latest Processors … [Read more…]
Belkin Unveils Upgraded New Thunderbolt™ Express Dock and Thunderbolt Cable at 2012 Computex TAIPEI – June 4, 2012- Belkin today announced new upgrades to its upcoming Thunderbolt Express Dock, as well as a new Thunderbolt cable for both Mac and PC users. Belkin’s new Thunderbolt offerings will be on display at the Intel Exhibition Showcase, Booth … [Read more…]
The Basic Develop setting in Adobe Lightroom 4 Beta have been updated from the previous version. The Basic settings have both been simplified and brought to a higher level. To demonstrate how easy they are to use I have applied the basic settings for Highlights, Shadows, Clarity, and Vibrance to a back-lit photo of a … [Read more…]
Apple released updates to the MacBook Pro line today.
This is the Seattle Space Needle shot today from Kerry Park in the Queen Anne area of Seattle. There are always some photographers up here looking for that perfect shot of downtown Seattle city and the Space Needle (which is in Seattle Center).
CUPERTINO, California—February 24, 2011—Apple® today updated the industry-leading MacBook® Pro family with next generation processors and graphics, high-speed Thunderbolt I/O technology and a new FaceTime® HD camera. Featuring the very latest dual-core and quad-core Intel Core processors, the entire MacBook Pro line is up to twice as fast as the previous generation.*
IRVINE, CA—January 05, 2011—Sonnet Technologies today introduced the Yin•Yang™ FireWire® 800 to FireWire 400/800 Mini Hub. This handy device enables users to simultaneously connect a FireWire 800 device plus a FireWire 400 device to a computer through a single FireWire 800 port.
Quickly connect and disconnect all peripherals. Easily eliminate desktop cable clutter. Henge Docks has created the first truly comprehensive docking station solution for Apple’s line of notebook computers. This means you can quickly, easily and cleanly incorporate your MacBook computer into a desktop setup or your home theater system, so you get the best features … [Read more…]
January 3 , 2011, Wichita, Kansas — In an effort to provide Mac users with the widest possible range of power options, QuickerTek has expanded its solar chargers to include the just-announced 11- and 13-inch Apple MacBook Air 3rd generation laptops. These popular Apple Juicz solar power products now reach across all Apple MacBook, MacBook … [Read more…]
This is my new 13-inch MacBook Pro and a 10.6-inch Samsung N220 Netbook next to it, both set-up for digital workflow use, while traveling to remote locations. As you can see in the picture above, both computers are capable of running Adobe Photoshop Lightroom (Version 3). The MacBook Pro is the newest mid-2010 version so … [Read more…]
A big problem for photographers and other “road warriors”, who use MacBook Pro’s as both their traveling and home/office computers, is transitioning back and forth from the traveling to the “desktop” mode.
Traveling photographers require a computer that will function as a creative tool, storage device and communications center, on location, in hotels and back at the office. Ideally it will function equally well in the jungle (with long battery life) and in an office environment plugged into an external keyboard, mouse and larger monitor for Photoshop … [Read more…]