Posts Tagged ‘MacBook Air’

A new MacBook Air battery has appeared in two online certification databases, likely for the upcoming model. Here are the details.

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Apple has added the 2013 and 2014 MacBook Air and Pro machines to its vintage products list. Here are the details on this.

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Apple’s new 2020 MacBook Air is reviewing really well right now and it’s definitely becoming the Apple notebook that most people should be buying. It helps that it’s available for $1000. But if you’re quick you should be able to get one for even less.

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Apple will be adding 2013-2014 MacBook Air and Pro models to its vintage products list by the end of April. Here are the details.

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Early Geekbench benchmark results for the 2020 MacBook Air refresh are in and they show considerable improvements in speed over 2018 models.

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The new 2020 MacBook Air officially supports 6K resolution on the Pro Display XDR. Here is everything you need to know about this.

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Apple has today launched the 2020 MacBook Air, lowing the starting price to just $999 while also making the machine twice as fast.

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Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said he expected a refreshed MacBook Air in the second half of 2020, but we might not have to wait that long after all, with a new report suggesting we could see a new model next week.

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Amazon is selling the latest Apple MacBook Air in various different colors for just $999.99. Normally, it would sell for around $1100.

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Apple MacBooks are now banned from checked baggage on Virgin Australia Airlines. Here’s what you need to know about this.

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A new report Consomac confirms that the new SSD in Apple’s 2019 MacBook Air refresh is slower than that from the 2018 machine. But why would the company purposely reduce performance in an iterative update? The answer, it seems, lies in pricing.

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Apple Mac SSD upgrade prices have just been reduced by almost 50-percent, while the MacBook Air now maxes out at 1TB. Here’s everything you need to know.

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