7 Décembre 2016
1. Does the New Brand MacBook Have Battery Issue? Get The Fact Here
The recently-introduced MacBook Pro is categorically and objectively Apple’s most advanced laptop, which has come up featured with innovative things, including an awesome Touch Bar implanted above the keyboard. But regardless of all technological wonders, the new laptop has developed some sorts of criticisms because of the technical issues with the laptop. The new Apple machine has caused some users undergo graphic issues - which is currently under experts’ supervision and the fixes are due to arrive. And it was not enough; some users have also reported a batter issue that the laptop is not delivering on the promise of extended battery lifecycle.
Specifically, some of the users are reporting that their new MacBook Pro is not as much efficient to run as advertised. They are able to use their laptop for 3 to 6 hours once the battery is fully charged. And when they start playing games on the laptop, it comes down drastically. Read more at https://intelliatlasapplesupportblog.wordpress.com/2016/12/07/does-the-new-brand-macbook-have-battery-issue-get-the-fact-here/
2. Check If Your Mac Product Falls into Apple’s Vintage and Obsolete Products
Do you have a Mac designed between 2009 and 2011? Then you should be somewhat a little bit concerned as Apple has a plan to add some products, including Mac devices to its vintage and obsolete product list. And the most talked-about machines like 15- & 17-inch MacBook Pro made before the year 2011, the Mac mini from early 2009, along with the 13-inch MacBook from mid-2009 are in the list. According to the official website, there are some other devices as well from different line of products that will be brought into the obsolete product lists.
All the products listed in the list will be barred from all types of hardware services and other support mechanism, apart from some select counties like Turkey and California wherein the customer support service from Apple will continue for some more years. Read more at http://apple-mac-support-help.blogspot.in/2016/12/check-if-your-mac-product-falls-into.html
Find out more possible relevant links on Apple MacBook by visiting apple-support.applehelp.support official website to get technical help and information on all MacBook versions.
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