Right now, there is only one processor option for the brand new MacBook Air with a Retina display, and that’s an Intel Amber Lake Core i5 processor clocked at 1.6GHz.
The new MacBook Air makes some important changes for the end user, from including the Retina display and tweaking the repair process as well.
The battle between Apple and Qualcomm is ongoing, and, according to a new report from Reuters, it doesn’t sound like Apple has any interest in settling out of court.
We are waiting patiently (or impatiently, maybe) for Apple to actually announce new AirPods, and we may be getting closer to that reality.
A lot of attention is starting to be paid to 5G, which is the next major step in speed and reliability for wireless carriers.
Now that the 2018 iPhone lineup is out there in the wild, and the new iPad Pro arrives next week, attention is starting to shift to what comes next.
After about seven years, Apple typically updates older devices to list them as “vintage” or “obsolete”, depending on region.
Apple Reportedly Tried Twice to Acquire Leap Motion but At Least One Co-Founder May Think ‘They’re the Devil’
Apple is not a stranger to acquiring companies from all across the globe, and it sounds like the Cupertino-based company tried to nab Leap Motion not once, but twice.
While Apple Pay continues to expand both domestically into new retail spots, the international rollout continues as well.
Apple on Tuesday announced the new MacBook Air, the company’s entry-level computer that’s a massive upgrade when compared to the previous generation model.