Reports of Apple ditching Intel x86 chips for more power efficient ARM-based Macs have been circulating for years now.
Apple's mobile iOS devices are currently powered by RISC-based ARM architecture. However, Cupertino's iMac and MacBook lineups are still powered by Intel x86 processors.
A new report indicates that Apple has chosen Nvidia GPUs to power its next-gen MacBooks.
Apple CEO Tim Cook says iOS (iPad) and OS X (iMac, MacBooks) will remain two distinct operating systems for their respective lineup of devices.
Apple's slick new iPad boasts an eye-popping Retina display that MacBook owners can only envy from afar - at least for now.
Fortunately, all of that might change sooner rather than later.
Apple has reportedly kicked off production of its next-gen MacBook Pro, which is expected to closely emulate the Air’s thinner form factor and forego an optical drive.
Intel’s next-gen 22nm Ivy Bridge processors are expected to ship en masse in June 2012, rather than April as originally planned.
A number of iPad owners have reported wireless connectivity issues with their hallowed and "magical" tablet devices, including weak Wi-Fi reception, dropped signals and difficulty connecting to various routers.