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Forum roundup: updated prices for Retina MBP
Friday, February 15, 2013 @ 2:47pm

This week, Apple quietly updated the processors and prices of the MacBook Pro models with Retina displays, and one MacNN forum-goer couldn't wait to share the news in this thread. One concerned parent is looking for a way to monitor their son's Internet use when they are not around, and wonder if a keylogger would be the way to go, or if parental controls would be the better choice.



One Mac Elite is looking for a way to make a simple video presentation using photos and music, but doesn't want to use iMovie, click here to read more and join in. When iCloud annoyances got to be too much for one Fresh-Faced Recruit, they turned to the forums looking for some advice. Senior User "Andrej" was trying to change the theme of his dock, and ran into some trouble, click here for more.

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