The first batch of refurbished M1 MacBook Airs is showing up on Apple’s online store, providing a less-expensive option.
Apple is preparing updates to the MacBook Air and Pro that will bring back some of their most popular features.
Apple may have just released its first M1 Macs, based on its custom silicon, but the company is setting its sights on nothing less than the performance crown.
The first benchmarks are in and it appears the new M1 MacBook Air is faster than any Intel-based Mac laptop, including the fastest MacBook Pro.
As expected, Apple unveiled its first Macs to take advantage of its custom silicon: the MacBook Air, the Mac mini and the 13-inch MacBook Pro.
Apple has announced a “One More Thing” event, scheduled for November 10, where the company is expected to unveil its new Macs.
iFixit has done another of their in-depth teardowns of a new computer and the results are good news for owners of Apple’s most recent MacBook Air. Apple released a significant refresh of the MacBook Air last week, improving the processor…
Along with Apple’s announcement of a new iPad Pro, the company also announced a new MacBook Air with faster specs and a lower price.
During its WWDC keynote today, Apple announced that its bringing a new MacBook Air to consumers today. The new MacBook Air boasts what Apple calls an all-day battery life. The 11-inch MacBook Pro will now have a 9-hour battery life.…
Apple announced today that it is reducing prices on its MacBook Pro with Retina display line. It’s also updating the processors. The 13-inch version is now $1,499 for 122GB of flash, and $1,699 for a new 2.6 GHz processor and…