MacBook

Apple’s First OLED MacBook Expected as Early as 2024: Kuo

Apple is expected to debut its first OLED MacBook by the end of 2024. According to TF International Securities' reputable Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple's use of OLED displays will result in a "thinner and lighter" design. Recently, Kuo published a Twitter thread, detailing Apple's supposed plans to introduce OLED displays to its MacBook brand....

Future MacBooks Could Feature Glowing Apple Logo

According to an Apple patent filing published last week by the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), the glowing Apple logo featured on the lids of older Mac notebooks could make a comeback in future MacBooks (via MacRumors). As spotted first by Patently Apple, the document titled "Electronic Devices With Backlit Partial Mirror Structures” summarizes...

Apple’s MacBook Pro Shipments Still Impacted by China Lockdowns

Shipments of the MacBook Pro are still being heavily affected by lockdowns in China. Apple supplier Quanta continues to face manufacturing challenges despite lockdowns in Shanghai being lifted, according to DigiTimes (via MacRumors.) According to the supply chain website's report, Quanta is only working at around 30 percent capacity at its Shanghai plant. Production continues...

Apple Rumoured to be Developing 20-inch Foldable MacBook

Apple may be working to develop an all-new foldable MacBook, according to recent rumours. Aside from rumoured foldable smartphones, this would be the first attempt at introducing a foldable piece of tech in the Apple ecosystem. The industry has been mainly eyeing Apple to see when it would launch a foldable smartphone. However, it may...

Bluetooth Battery Drain Issue Fixed in macOS 12.3 beta

A battery drain issue in macOS 12.2 seems to have been fixed. According to a new report from 9to5Mac, testing of the new macOS Monterey beta seems to indicate that a battery drain bug present in previous versions may have been fixed this week. With the release of macOS 12.2 Monterey, it shipped with a weird...

Research Firms Show 2021 PC Shipments Shipments Grew 15 Percent

Research firms' data shows PC shipments have broken many records despite facing chip shortages. According to Canalys' fourth-quarter figures for the global PC market, 2021 saw total PC shipments reach 341 million units, a 15 percent rise over the 2020s already strong sales, 27 percent higher than 2019's, and the highest single-year figure since 2012....