Hello Again, E-Ink keyboards, Magic Toolbar, Lego Macs, Final Cut Pro meeting


Apple ‘hello again’ Media Invites Suggest Reintroduction of Mac Product Line — Apple has now sent out the invitations to the well-expected October 27th media event. The tagline for the invite is “hello again,” and the event is expected to centre around new Mac models. The idea that the Mac is being re-introduced is exciting. It’s been so long since we’ve seen new Macs, many of us have feared Apple was losing interest in its computer product line.

E Ink keyboard MacBook Pros aren’t a sure thing — A report last week suggested Apple will ditch the MacBook Pro’s traditional keyboard for an E Ink version with keys that dynamically change based on the app being used. Now the Wall Street Journal is chiming is saying it has sources confirming Apple’s plan. That makes it more likely an E Ink keyboard is coming, but it still isn’t a sure thing.

MacBook Pro’s function touch strip called Magic Toolbar — We already have the Magic Mouse and Magic Trackpad, and soon we’ll have the Magic Toolbar, too. A just uncovered trademark filing seems to confirm the MacBook Pro really is getting a touch sensitive bar to replace the keyboard’s row of function keys.

LEGO rolls out Macs in the workplace to meet growing employee demand — LEGO, founded in 1932, has modernised its IT infrastructure by integrating Mac and iOS devices into its corporate environment using Jamf’s Apple device management solution.

Annual Final Cut Pro gathering being held as Apple is expected to unveil new MacBook Pros — In what may be turning out to be a busy week for Apple, the company is inviting attendees at the annual Final Cut Pro X user’s conference to visit the its corporate headquarters next door, just as it is expected to unveil a new MacBook Pro design with dynamic OLED touch bar.


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