The American Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has banned specific Apple MacBook Pro laptop models from flights in the States. These models are part of an ongoing recall. The FAA ban is because those notebooks pose a fire risk on airplanes.
As brilliantly built and sturdy as Apple products are, we know that their keyboards have turned out to be sub-par. That'll change soon.
Apple has decided to boot its 12in MacBook this week after introducing a new lower-cost MacBook Air and an updated 13in MacBook Pro. The previous-gen MacBook Air (that doesn’t feature Apple's Retina display) also won’t be available anymore.
Huawei has confirmed that it won’t launch its upcoming MateBook laptop due to the US trade ban, because it doesn't have access to Intel processors and Windows.
The new version of Apple's macOS, that'll be available for free download come our spring time, is called macOS Catalina. And this is what you need to know about it.
Dell has revealed three new gaming laptops at this year’s Computex. Most notably the company showed off its Alienware’s m15 and m17 laptops and the updated G3.
Apple’s top laptops just received a big update -- its 15in and 13in MacBook Pro’s will launch with faster Intel processors.
HP recently unveiled the Omen X 2S, a dual-screen gaming laptop, and have confirmed that it’ll come to South Africa.
Lenovo has unveiled its first foldable laptop, the ThinkPad X1 Family, and says it'll go on sale in 2020.
The Next@Acer event last month delivered some impressive computing machines, and now we know which of them will come to South Africa.