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New Macbook Pro

Hi remoters,

Apple unveils smallest and lightest Macbook everis with 12- inch Retina Display.

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Today Apple has unveiled its reinvented MacBook, a 12-inch model that’s thinner and lighter than any machine the company has made before. The all-new unibody structure has no internal fan for the first time ever, and it contains the smallest and densest logic board the company has manufactured en masse–one that’s 67 percent smaller than the one in the 11-inch MacBook Air. However, the new MacBook also comes with an unusual compromise: a single, new USB-C connector that supports everything from charging to Ethernet and connecting peripherals.

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More on that in a moment — first, let’s go through the specifics. The new MacBook is just 13.1mm thick, and weighs just two pounds — almost a pound lighter than the 13-inch MacBook Air, and about six ounces lighter than the 11-inch model. The new 12-inch Retina display features 2,304 by 1,440 pixels, and is just 0.88mm thick. Each pixel now consumes 30 percent less energy than before.

The MacBook has a new, flatter-style keyboard with a revised mechanism that enables more even key presses, and letting it “be thinner, and more precise in its illumination,”

Here you have a short video with the new Macbook

This one will be impressive,

 

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Weird sound when I make phone calls from Yosemite

Hi remoters,

We finally found the solution for this problema between iOS 8 and Yosemite. When you try to make a call from you Mac using your iPhone you hear a strange sound.

 

How to solve that?

1. Try to make a pone call (if you have a weird background sound)

2. Connect your iPhone with the USB to your Mac

3. Trust your device

4. Try again to make a phone call (this time without sound)

 

 

 

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How to Upgrade Your MacBook Pro’s RAM

Hi remoters,

Here you have a mini “How to Upgrade your Macbook RAM”.

 

Here’s how to upgrade your MacBook Pro’s RAM:

  1. Disconnect the power cord and turn your Mac over.
  2. Remove the ten screws on the back of the case. There are seven 3 mm screws, and three 13.5 mm screws. As you see in the image

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3. Gently lift the case backing and tilt it towards the rear of the computer, as shown below.

4. Touch a metal surface inside the computer to discharge any static electricity from your body.

5. Push out the tabs on both sides of the RAM module, as shown below. These tabs keep the RAM module firmly tucked in to    the logic board – pushing them out causes the RAM module to pop up.

6. After the RAM module has popped up, pull it back out of the socket, as shown below

 

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7.  Gently place the case backing onto the top of the case and power up your Mac.

 

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Do a Macbook support

Hi everybody,Instead of paying all those fancy supports for you Macbook y found a perfect idea that can help you to do it in 5 minutes, of course meanwhile eating your pizza :D¿How much a pizza costs? Well that´s the price of your Macbook support. 

 

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