APPLE LAPTOP RUMORS
they need to be thin and compact. and when is a new one coming out?
Answer by almighty_malachi
There are only two and they’re the same thing.
Answer by Daniel Lee
not the same thing. and nothing smaller than the macbook right now. apple DOES NOT announce when new models are coming out. this is because they need people buying at full price until the last minute in order to make the most money. you can check the calendars on macrumors and thinksecret to see if it’s about time for a new model to come out. keep in mind that all the rumor web sites are speculation. use at your own risk.
macbook is the “consumer” line.
macbook pro is the “pro” line.
pro has a separate video card with 128 or more video ram that you can actually use for playing games. regular macbooks have integrated graphics cards that are too slow for big 3d games.
small difference: the macbook pros also have self-adjusting screens that automatically make themselves darker/brighter by measuring the ambient light with a sensor. the keyboard also lights up in a dark room.
San Diego, CA (PRWEB) May 23, 2014
Microsofts announcement that a smaller Windows touch device is in the works is fanning rumors about the pending release of a 7-inch version of its Surface tablet, designed to compete with similarly-sized devices from Apple and Google. Web designers face new challenges to accommodate a users experience of the small touchscreen device, as opposed to working on a desktop or laptop computer.
Web designers should anticipate that in the not-too-distant future, websites may only (or primarily) work with touch swipes, taps and gestures.
How does this affect navigation and other elements of web design? Top navigation common to most websites is tricky to duplicate on a touchscreen device, particularly hybrid touchscreen/keyboard combinations like those found on the Surface tablet, says Jeremy Durant, Business Principal at Bop Design, a San Diego web design agency.
Touch-Navigation Changes on the Horizon
Increasingly, mobile-friendly website designs place navigation to the left or right of the screen, or at the bottom for easier use. A link that jumps to the bottom of the page, for example, frees up space for important content elsewhere.
Other possible touch-navigation changes on the horizon: