Hey guys. I know that this answer has been answer before. But the mid version of a MacBook is an a revision for the early version? Or is only a way to identify the fabrication date. So for today is better wait for the MacBook pro mid 2020?
My name is Cris and I read this forum for a long time, but now it's the first time I'm asking for help. My problem is the following:
A couple of months ago I bought a Macbook pro mid 2015 from a second hand electronics retailer, and when I bought it I only checked the serial number on...
So i m wondering if there is any diffrence between early, mid and late 2015?
Wich model is best and why?
Thanks to everyone who helped me im looking to buy a macbook and i dont know wich is bether.
Hello all! I have been reading forums with people who (are at least claiming to) have put 8gb of RAM in their 5,2 MacBooks. I want to do the same, but they also said something about an EFI upgrade. Has anyone else done this and can point me in the right direction? I just don't want to brick my...
Hi all! First time posting in here and bit of a noob when it comes to these sort of things. Please disregard or redirect this if there is already a thread on this subject.
I am looking at upgrading my 27" imac mid 2011. Current specs are:
3.4 GHz Intel Core i7
AMD Radeon HD 6970M
This seems like a difficult fix. . .
What I am Attempting to accomplish:
Use my MacBook Pro (Mid 2010, El Capitan) as a Wifi Hotspot for my Galaxy s5 to connect to (Ethernet in -->Wifi out)
First, my ethernet connection will not authenticate, though I can browse the...
So I got this air from my dads work, pretty sure it was over heating pretty bad always around 90c when on youtube or anything demanding on the 1.86Ghz Core 2 Duo, when resting the temps read 60c. I decided to put on some arctic silver 5 on both the 9400m / Nvidia Chipset and the Core 2 Duo. Now...
I always been wondering if i could upgrade my macs WIFI. I currently own a 2013 TC and sometimes backups can be dreadfully slow on wireless N. I doubt this is possible since in the photo it doesn't seam like a regular mini PCIe connector at all lol. This image is from iFixit so i dont know what...