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30 June 2015

This update of EveryMac.com features complete revisions to the Retina MacBook Pro Q&A and Tapered Edge iMac Q&A to cover the latest models. The quiet change to the iPad line has been documented and more global prices for the Apple Watch have been added, too.

EveryMac.com also is pleased to note that the EveryMac webapp for Android has been installed by more than 4000 happy users. If you use an Android mobile or tablet, and you haven't already done so, please install the EveryMac app today. If you find the app helpful, please post a kind five-star review, as well. Thank you.

Likewise, if you haven't installed the EveryMac webapp for iOS or Kindle Fire, now is a great time to it give it a spin.

The Retina MacBook Pro Q&A answers "How fast are the 15-Inch 'Mid-2015' MacBook Pro models compared to one another? Are they really the same speed as their predecessors?" and "How do you upgrade the storage in the 'Mid-2015' MacBook Pro? Is it even possible?" along with dozens of other questions.

The Tapered Edge iMac Q&A answers "What are all the differences between the 'Retina 5K' iMac models? Which should I buy?" and "Which 'Retina 5K' iMac models have RAM that can be upgraded? How much RAM does each actually support?" along with many other questions about the latest Retina Display iMac models.

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

New Q&As

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

  • What are all the differences between the 13-Inch "Early 2015" and the 15-Inch "Mid-2015" Retina Display MacBook Pro models? Which is best for my needs?
  • What are all the differences between the 15-Inch "Mid-2015" Retina Display MacBook Pro models? What are the differences between these models and the "Mid-2014" models replaced?
  • How fast are the 15-Inch "Mid-2015" MacBook Pro models compared to one another? How fast are they compared to the models replaced?
  • How do you upgrade or replace the storage in the 15-Inch Retina Display MacBook Pro models? Is it even possible?
  • What are all the differences between the current "Late 2014/Mid-2015" Retina 5K Aluminum iMac models? Which should I buy?
  • How fast are the "Late 2014/Mid-2015" iMac models compared to one another and the "Late 2013" models? How fast are the "Late 2014/Mid-2015" iMac models compared to the Mac Pro?
  • How do you upgrade the RAM in the "Tapered Edge" Aluminum iMac models? Is it even possible? What type of RAM do they use? How much RAM does each model actually support?
  • How do you upgrade the hard drive in the "Tapered Edge" Aluminum iMac models? What type of storage do they support? Is it even possible to upgrade the hard drive? What about the processor?

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:

Comprehensively updated the Retina MacBook Pro Q&A and Tapered Edge iMac Q&A.

Added additional Global Prices:

Noted iPad mini models discontinued:

Updated specification listings:

Updated site features:

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