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.
Apple launched the brand new MacBook Air with Retina display earlier this week (the reviews are positive!), and now the company has followed that with a software update for the new hardware.
iFixit Teardown of New MacBook Air Reveals ‘Straightforward to Access’ Parts, but Repairability Score Remains Low
The fine folks over at iFixit have wrapped up their full teardown of the brand new 13.3-inch MacBook Air with Retina display, revealing all the nuts and bolts (and adhesive) putting together Apple’s newest laptop.
The new MacBook Air makes some important changes for the end user, from including the Retina display and tweaking the repair process as well.
Another day, another Apple device launch, and another review roundup from the company promoting its latest hardware.
Apart from the Mac mini, the first of reviews for the 2018 MacBook Air is also out. Just like the Mac mini, Apple has updated its MacBook Air lineup after years. Unlike the mini though, this update is not meant for pros. So, how good is the new MacBook Air? Find out in our review roundup.
“Can the iPad Pro replace your computer?” is a question that won’t go away, and is once again being reinvigorated thanks to the brand new iPad Pro lineup that Apple just announced back in October.
Apple hosted a pretty exciting event earlier this week, marking “There’s more in the making” as one of the company’s best to date.
While the 2018 MacBook Air is up for preorder right now, the device won’t go on sale until Wednesday, November 7. That isn’t stopping some lucky folks from unboxing the laptop in front of a camera, though.
Yesterday was a busy day, but Apple managed to keep things pretty upbeat as it unveiled a variety of new devices, with at least one of them reinvigorating one of the age-old Apple questions.