Yesterday, the MacBook Pro without TouchBar received a spec upgrade and now offers a more affordable option at the cost of less storage. Here’s exactly what Apple did.
Today marked the beginning of this year’s World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC), which is typically where Apple unveils new software and products. In years past, they have unveiled more new software than products. However, today was a different story.
Last week, Apple unveiled a new version of the MacBook Pro. This was the first MacBook Pro redesign since 2012. The new MacBook Pro features a new part called the Touch Bar, which allows for users to use specific sections… Continue Reading →