Device owners are more aware of potential data theft situations than ever before, especially considering those devices are so important to our daily routines.
The MacBook Air is one of Apple’s most successful products to date, serving as the entry-point and a stable workhorse for a lot of people all over the planet.
Back in June, Apple officially unveiled its next big update for its desktop operating system, taking the wraps off macOS 10.14 Mojave for the world to see.
Next month, it’s expected that Apple will host an iPhone event, which will also likely see the company introducing other pieces of hardware, including new Mac products.
With a bunch of video and audio formats available nowadays, there are certain formats that are not supported on Mac or other devices. In such cases, the best solution is to convert the file to a format that is supported by the device. If you’re into video editing, then you’ll find yourself converting files on a regular basis.
Word on the street is that Apple is planning on launching a refreshed MacBook Air before the end of 2018.
This September is going to be a busy time for Apple if all the rumors are true, which includes expectations that the company is planning on launching new, “inexpensive” MacBooks.