The new $999 Unibody Macbook from Apple, which launched October 20th, has been out long enough for reviewers to pass judgment on the new curved white exterior and beefed up internals.
Overall, the new design, additional power and glass trackpad have impressed reviewers; though many note that it is prone to scratches and close enough in price that the Macbook Pro may be worth the upgrade.
Normally when the Apple store goes offline its return is met with cheers of Joy for new Apple products but the brief outage this morning didn't bring the chorus of cheers that the actual release of Snow Leopard would. Thankfully Apple did announce the new features of OSX 10.6 that Snow Leopard will ship on August 28th.
There's a lot of rumors flying around about what Apple will release next. The company is holding apparently holding a press conference in September to announce a new product. The iPod Touch is one Apple product that's ready to be refreshed and today someone claiming to have a prototype of the next-generation iPod Touch posted several pictures and a video of the device.
Apple's now offering anti-gare displays on the 15-inch MacBook Pro as a $50 option. When Apple introduced its line of unibody MacBooks and MacBook Pros back in October 2008 anti-glare displays were missing in action.An anti-glare (matte finish) display was available on the unibody 17-inch MacBook Pro when it was introduced at the MacWorld 2009 conference.