Got a need for speed? Or perhaps you're just aching for a bit more power? RAM is a cheap solution for giving your Mac a little boost without having to purchase a whole new system. Better yet, it's really easy to install, too, and especially so in a unibody MacBook Pro.
Need to do a little tinkering? Follow the gallery to see how easy it is to install your RAM yourself.
If you prefer the laptop experience on your desktop or perhaps you use a Mac mini as your home theatre computer, then BulletTrain has a new release just for you -- it’s unibody aluminum platform to combine your wireless keyboard and Magic Trackpad.
They surely don't let the grass grow under them at iFixit, do they? The new aluminum Mac Mini was released only yesterday, but the teardown is already on their site. It's pretty amazing when you look at the pictures to see how much is crammed in there.
The only MacBook left standing isn’t some neglected also-ran. With this
redesign, Apple gave its most modest notebook nearly all the power and
the style of the 13-inch MacBook Pro. For $999 ($200 less than the base
13-inch Pro), the white MacBook has nearly the same specs, minus the
FireWire port, SD card slot, IR sensor, and backlit keyboard--and the MacBook has a bigger hard drive: 250GB to the base Pro’s 160GB.