The Retina MacBook Pro has been speculated ever since the new iPad was launched earlier this year. Tim Cook teased the audience at this year’s WWDC keynote when it put up refreshed specifications for the current MacBook Pro line and then suggested he needed to make room on the slide for something else. That something else was a new line of MacBook Pro’s which were hotly anticipaetd and pretty much guaranteed following Apple authorising “Retina ready” applications into the Mac App Store just a few days earlier.
The MacBook refresh and iOS 6 were hot topics at this year’s WWDC keynote event however news also came of OS X Mountain Lion Developer Preview 4 being made available to the Mac Developer Community. Similar to the iOS 6 Beta 1 release unless you are a registered developer you won’t be able to download and install the latest beta software legitimately.
Every time Apple roll out a new version of Mac OS X they revise the system requirements. It will therefore come as no surprise that some machines are getting cut from the list of compatible Macs. Obviously, the newer the Mac the less chance there is of being excluded.
For reasons best known only to Apple, they have disabled clicking on the login screen when using a trackpad! It’s not insurmountable thankfully – here’s how to enable that functionality