If you have a 2011 MacBook Pro with a discrete AMD graphics card that's not suddenly acting wonky, consider yourself one of the lucky ones. As ModMyi reports (via Cult of Mac), a staggering number of units have suddenly started to crash and suffer from hardware troubles, and as of right now the epidemic shows no sign of abating.
Apple announced that three million new iPads found a home over the launch weekend, so there’s no denying that it’s one of the company’s hottest products to date. But did you know that it might actually be literally hotter -- as in, 10 degrees warmer than the iPad 2?
Japan's Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry are demanding a response from Apple Japan on the reports that overheating iPod nanos have caused at least 27 incidents in the country. The Japanese iPod nano owners left the iDevice charging for so long, that the battery pack became too hot and began sparking. There have been six different fires and four people burned as a result of this mishap.
An Australian computer magazine says the inside of the new MacBook Pro is reaching temperatures higher than the boiling point of water when running benchmarks, but may be confused about what processor is in the hardware they tested.