Tag Archives: benchmarks
iPhone 6s Plus/iPhone 6 Plus Benchmark Comparison A Quick First Look at the...
Just a year ago when the iPhone 6 Plus appeared, I thought there was no possible way that Apple could improve on it. Sure enough, as the year went...

’13 Retina MacBook Pro 13″, 15″...
After securing a 13-inch model and 15-inch model of the new MacBook Pro with Retina display that was unveiled Tuesday at Apple’s special event, we’ve done some benchmarking with each model to get an early look at how the new...


MacBook Pro 2011: 12GB and 16GB...
Two weeks ago we blogged about how upgrading to Apple’s maximum supported 8GB of memory and an OWC Mercury Extreme SSD could speed up your machine to two and...

Not All SSDs Are Created Equal...
It’s been about a year or so since we introduced the OWC Mercury Extreme Pro and Pro RE Solid State drives and, what a year it’s been! We’ve seen them...

Mid 2010 27″ iMac Turnkey Upgrade...
We’ve been getting a lot of traffic regarding our OWC Turnkey Upgrade Program for the 2010 Apple iMac 27″ that allows you to customize your iMac with a high-performance...

More OWC SSD speed tests –...
Since our original SSD Shootout back in February, we evaluated our tests and decided to update them. While we still found that the OWC Mercury Extreme Pro SSD significantly...


Adobe CS5 announced; OWC’s Memory Test...
Adobe announced today all the new features of Creative Suite 5 and that they are taking pre-orders.  The actual product is expected to ship mid-May and I for one...

OWC benchmark tests prove iMac i5...
Today we completed the benchmarking of the last two iMac computers that Apple introduced last month: The 2.66GHz iMac Intel Core i5 and the 2.8GHz iMac Intel Core i7....

OWC Benchmarks Show Newest iMacs 46%...
We’ve received four configurations of the 21.5″ and four configurations of the 27″ machines so far.  The quad core i5 and i7 machines aren’t due out till later this...

Breathe New Life into your Mac...
We’re continuing  our diligent work here at the OWC testing lab benchmarking every machine compatible with Snow Leopard and should be ready to start posting some of the results...