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Have you ever wondered if you can use more than one external monitor with your shiny new MacBook Air? Well, for starters, it has only one DisplayPort (Thunderbolt that can be daisy chained for multiple thunderbolt devices but they are so expensive as of this writing). USB 3.0 port to the rescue. I used this docking station from iClever ($70+ on Amazon).
Following is a video that shows the docking station in action. I used a 2013 MacBook Air (i7, 8GB RAM and 256 GB SSD). The displays shown in …
Apple is known for its build quality and its stellar customer service though prices often end up on the high side. If we can manage to bring down the prices a little, we have a winner!
This guide is to bag the latest MacBook Pro with the following goodies at an affordable price
Intel Core i7 2.66 GHz Processor
8GB DDR3 RAM
1680X1050 high resolution glossy display
NVIDIA GeForce GT 330M with 512MB
Other standard additions
Following are the various discounts, promotions, referrals, rebates we will be using to sweeten the deal
BigCrumbs – $60 (1.6% …
Credit goes to volkspost @ hackint0sh (for packaging it all up) and Dev Team for initially spilling the beans (though it required some terminal hackery)! volkspost has done a remarkable job in automating the whole procedure saving the average user lot of time and terminal panic attacks!
Macbooks (both Unibody and 10.5.6 enabled Macs) have regained the precedence in iPhone hacking world (QuickPwn / Pwnage). No more switching back to a painful Bootcamp XP partition.
Before you proceed further, make sure your Mac is upgraded to 10.5.6. Quit all running applications on your Mac.