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10 February 2015

This update of EveryMac.com features sitewide implementation of new left-hand navigation to streamline ease-of-use on tablets and traditional computers alike as well as new and updated Q&As.

Also, EveryMac.com's Ultimate Mac Lookup and the EveryMac app both have been updated with more identifiers for recent Macs and devices from hands-on inspection and submissions by helpful readers. Thank you very much to those who contributed info from recent purchases. It is appreciated always.

On the subject of EveryMac.com's Ultimate Mac Lookup, did you know that you can search it directly from DuckDuckGo with the "!everymac" command? For example, type !everymac MacBookPro7,1 or !everymac MD095LL/A to retrieve Macs that match these identifiers or any others. Give it a try.

New Q&As

A selection of Q&As since the last major site update include:

  • What are all the differences between the Apple TV 2nd Gen and Apple TV 3rd Gen? How many of these models are there? Which one is best for me?
  • How do you upgrade the RAM in the "White & Black" MacBook models? What type of RAM do they use? How much RAM do they actually support?
  • How do you upgrade the RAM in the "Unibody" Aluminum 13-Inch MacBook models? What type of RAM do they use? How much RAM do they actually support?
  • How do you replace the "non-upgradable" battery in the White "Unibody" MacBook models (A1342)? Is it even possible?
  • How do you replace the battery in the 17-Inch "Unibody" MacBook Pro models? Is it even possible?

For all new Q&As, please refer to EveryMac.com's Recently Added Q&As listing.

Today in Mac History

Select dates in Mac History since the last major site update include:

For earlier Mac History mentions, please refer to EveryMac.com's Mac History section.



Additions & Changes:

Added sitewide implementation of new left-hand navigation.

Added a handful of new and updated Q&As.

Updated site features:

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