Don't-Miss MacBook Stories
Apple offers two standard configurations of its 15-inch Retina MacBook Pro, and the benchmarks tell very difference stories for each one.
If you've been holding out on getting a new 13-inch MacBook Pro, now's the time to buy.
The CTO 11-inch MacBook Air performs better than a 13-inch Retina MacBook Pro, and it's much smaller and lighter.
Apple new ultraportable laptop sports a few under-the-hood changes that make it even better than before.
Eye-Friendly's keyboard shortcuts and multiple-display support make it a nice resolution switcher for Retina MacBooks.
As an idea sprung from Google’s view of the future of technology, the Chromebook Pixel is intriguing, even intoxicating. But it’s hard to fathom how it works as a real-world product.
The reduced cost for the 13-inch models and faster performance for the 15-inch models make these thin, light, and fast laptops a better deal than ever.
13-inch Retina MacBook Pro strikes the right balance between size and weight
Macworld Lab has benchmark results on the new 13-inch MacBook Pro with Retina display.
Though the On-Lap 1302 display itself is rather ho-hum, you can have a two display setup wherever you go, even if you’re working out of your local library or coffee shop.
Thanks to upgraded processors and graphics capabilities, along with both Thunderbolt and USB 3 for expansion, it's getting tougher and tougher to say the Air isn't a "full-featured" laptop. And you no longer have to give up a good chunk of performance if you want to go light.
Traditional MacBook Pros hold fast to their form factor and design
The Retina MacBook Pro is not only a groundbreaking release, combining stunning performance and portability in a 15-inch Mac laptop. This model will also force you to change the way you interact with a laptop.
Here's our list of the best Mac hardware of the year.
The Macworld staff reveals our top software picks of the year.