The anti-reflective screen coating issue, which has plagued some MacBook and MacBook Pro laptops for a few years, can also appear on the MacBook Air with Retina Display. Apple has now included the MacBook Air with Retina Display in its memo that was shared with Apple Authorized Service Providers.
The newly launched MacBook Air brings a lot of improvements under the hood, including a much faster processor (Intel’s 10th Gen. models), a more powerful integrated GPU, higher base storage, and faster RAM, but more importantly, it comes with an improved keyboard. Now, iFixit has published a teardown of the 2020 MacBook Air to see exactly what has improved.
We know that Apple’s newly launched MacBook Air uses newer, 10th Gen. processors from Intel, but what we didn’t know until now that the company is using unannounced CPU models. Intel may have made these processors specifically for Apple.
Apple has quietly started charging more for built-to-order Macs in various parts of the world. For anyone buying a Mac with upgraded parts, they see an approximate 10% price increase. This hike in prices applies to most laptops and desktops purchased from the company’s website.
Earlier this week Apple launched the new MacBook Air with scissor-switch keyboard and 10th Generation Intel Core processor. The MacBook Air can be had in various configurations and you can choose between 1.1GHz dual-core Core i3, 1.1GHz quad-core i5, and 1.2GHz quad-core Core i7.
Today Apple pulled the wraps from 2020 MacBook Air with Magic Keyboard. Now we have learned that for the first time MacBook Air will support 6K external display and the list includes Apple’s Pro Display XDR.
Apple has updated its MacBook Air lineup with faster processors from Intel, a more reliable Magic Keyboard, and a lower $999 price tag.
A tipster has informed MacRumors that Apple is planning to announce new MacBook Air models as soon as next week. Previously, the tipster has been pretty reliable and had tipped about last year’s iPad Air and iPad mini models, both of which were announced in the month of March.
Apart from claiming that Apple will launch ARM-powered MacBooks in Q4 of this year or in early 2021, TF Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo claims that Apple will launch a new MacBook Pro and MacBook Air models with scissor keyboards in Q2 of 2020.