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  1. Rumor: Next-gen MacBook Air design to feature flat edges, white bezels, more Last week, a rumor suggested that a future MacBook Air could be available in an array of colors similar to the new M1 iMac. Now, more details about the next MacBook Air’s design have potentially emerged, and they hint at a handful of notable changes. In a new video posted to his YouTube channel today, leaker Jon Prosser says that he obtained images of a redesigned MacBook in new colors. He explains that it’s not explicitly clear whether this is the MacBook Air or perhaps an adjecti
  2. Let's just say this out loud, OK? Apple is full of it. Let me just say it out loud, OK? Apple is full of it. I’m referring to Apple’s claim that its fanless, Arm-based MacBook Air is “faster than 98 percent of PC laptops.” Yes, you read that correctly: Apple officials literally claimed that the new MacBook Air using Apple’s custom M1 chip is faster than 98 percent of all PC laptops sold this year. Typically, when a company makes such a claim, it publishes a benchmark, a performance test or actual details on what it’s basing that marketing claim on. T
  3. Apple's entry-level Mac gets a big upgrade. Apple made the MacBook Air a far better notebook earlier this year, thanks to its revamped keyboard, improved specs and lower starting price. But that was just the start. Apple’s next revision will swap the MacBook Air’s Intel CPU for its own M1 chip, the company announced today. That swap alone should make the Air a much speedier notebook — Apple claims its faster than 98 percent of PCs sold in the last year, and nine times faster than the last model. You also won’t have to pay more for the new hardware, as
  4. After months and months and months of rumors and speculation Apple has finally announced a new MacBook Air to replace the absolutely ancient MacBook Air. The new Air is much smaller than the current one while maintaining a 13.3-inch display. It has 17-percent less volume and is 10-percent thinner. It also weighs 2.75 pounds, versus the older air which weight 2.95 pounds. The new display is finally higher resolution than the original’s 1440 by 900. It’s now 2560 by 1600—the same as the latest MacBook Pro. The MacBook Air now has biometric security
  5. Apple lied to me about the MacBook Air and now we have a problem Apple insists there really isn't a big issue with its MacBook butterfly keyboard. I found out the hard way this may not be true. Apple's worst product ever? Apple's latest MacBooks, the stories said, had clearly been designed by a bunch of inebriated Beelzebubs who were tired of retrograde customers thinking laptops were still relevant. Or could this have merely been the interns' summer design proje
  6. Key Points Apple launched a new MacBook Air with a TrueTone display on Tuesday. The MacBook Pro also has a TrueTone display and entry-level models now offer the Touch Bar and Touch ID. Apple lowered the prices on both laptops, too. Apple lowers prices on the MacBook Air and MacBook Pro Apple on Tuesday announced updates t
  7. The Retina MacBook Air was refreshed last week with a new price and the addition of a True Tone display. The refresh was minor, with the same CPUs as 2018, but a $100 cheaper price point: the 2019 MacBook Air starts at $1099 from Apple, with $999 student pricing. It turns out that one downside to this latest revision is that the laptop actually features slower solid state storage than the 2018 model. As tested by Consomac using the Blackmagic Disk Speed Test, the 2019 MacBook Air can attain read speeds of 1.3 GB/s read and 1 GB/s write perform
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