Technology has been getting smaller and smaller and it appears as though the MacBook will be no exception. Bloomberg is reporting that Apple is preparing to launch a line of thin MacBook laptops running on the Intel's latest chips. Whether you opt to buy this new, thinner MacBook or stick with your current laptop iResQ is available for MacBook repair to help address any hardware issues you might encounter.
Bloomberg said the MacBook Pro machines will be unveiled at Apple's Worldwide Developer's Conference in June and will feature HD screens, much like newer iPhone and iPads. There will also be flash memory to help cut down on startup times and increase battery life, according to what unidentified sources told Bloomberg.
Also notable about this new device is the Intel processor it will run on, named Ivy Bridge. The body will also be slimmed down from its current 0.95 inch design.
No matter what kind of MacBook you own, iResQ has trained professionals on staff to handle an assortment of MacBook repair issues. With 18 years of experience, the company knows its way around Apple laptops, currently offering repair services for 10 different kinds of MacBooks.