• MacBook Pro 13-inch 2019 teardown reveals one bright spot

    8 days ago - By SlashGear

    There's a new MacBook Pro in town, and the first teardown has some not-so-great news for those looking to repair or update hardware on their own. The MacBook Pro 13-inch 2019 model didn't get a particularly great score from iFixit, but there is at least a silver lining to this raincloud. Where previous MacBooks didn't allow...
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  • SanDisk Expands Extreme Pro NVMe SSD Line to 2TB

    SanDisk Expands Extreme Pro NVMe SSD Line to 2TB

    8 days ago - By Tom's Hardware

    SanDisk Japan has listed the new Extreme Pro 2TB M.2 SSD on the company's website.
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  • 2019 base model MacBook Pro features bigger battery, gen-3.5 butterfly keyboard: iFixit

    2019 base model MacBook Pro features bigger battery, gen-3.5 butterfly keyboard: iFixit

    8 days ago - By MobileSyrup

    DIY heroes iFixit are back with their latest teardown, an in-depth look at Apple's new base model MacBook Pro. Previously affectionately known as the MacBook Pro ‘Escape,' Apple refreshed its entry-level Pro laptop earlier this week to add a Touch Bar, Touch ID, True Tone display, T2 security chip and 8th-generation Intel Core i5 processor to the computer. Of note, i Fixit discovered the new model features a higher capacity 58.2Wh battery. In comparison, the MacBook Pro Escape shipped with a 54.5Wh battery, making the battery on the new model about 6.6 percent bigger. What's more, the...
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  • New 13-inch MacBook Pro teardown finds improved battery and non-upgradable SSD

    New 13-inch MacBook Pro teardown finds improved battery and non-upgradable SSD

    8 days ago - By TechRadar

    Apple's new 13-inch MacBook Pro has been given the teardown treatment over at iFixit, with some interesting revelations concerning the battery, keyboard, SSD and more. We're talking about the new entry-level MacBook Pro which witnessed some impressive upgrades, including the introduction of the Touch Bar - which wasn't previously on the base 13-inch model - and a more powerful 8th-gen Intel quad-core processor (as well as True Tone tech for the Retina display, plus Apple's T2 security chip).
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