When Apple announced the new MacBook Pro, I was eagerly waiting to see what the replacement for my MacBook Pro that I bought in 2011 would be. Then, Apple did what Apple does and showed off a computer that is competely foreign to the workflow that I’ve built largely around Thunderbolt over the past five years or so. [Read more…]
I had an aging MacBook Pro. It’s a 2011 model, which I believe is the first model with Thunderbolt. And while the Thunderbolt connectivity has been great, the internal 5400RPM hard drive has gotten slower and slower over the years.
After hearing plenty of reports on the benefits of upgrading to an internal SSD drive in these MacBook models, I finally bit the (surprising affordable) bullet and picked up a Crucial 512GB SSD for a little over $200. [Read more…]
Additionally, Premiere Pro now supports the new GT 650M graphics card that is found in the new Macbook Pro models. Premiere Pro can use either OpenCL or CUDA for GPU processing on the GT 650M.
Premiere Pro CS6 also received Windows 8 certification with this update.
You can download the update from within Premiere Pro CS6 by choosing Help > Updates, or via the Adobe Application Manager.
[via Adobe Blogs]
The full keynote from Apple’s WWDC is embedded above for those Apple geeks who hear from the horse’s mouth all about the new MacBook Pro models, iOS 6 and more new Apple details.
Apple’s latest batch of 15″ and 17″ MacBook Pros step up from the Core 2 Duo processors in favor of Intel’s Core i5 and i7 processors. The new 15″ MacBook Pro is currently the only model available with an Intel Core i7 processor – and it is wicked fast.
Read the full review over at Tech Tilt: 15″ MacBook Pro 2.66GHz Core i7 Review