The MacBook Air put a new twist on having a thin-and-light notebook, with many companies trying to emulate the success of the Air-branded family. Of course, the MacBook Air lineup has plenty of admiration, and Apple is highlighting that love in a new TV ad.
Handoff is a really cool feature introduced in iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite that lets you seamlessly switch between the two devices, and pick up right where you left oï¬€. The feature, however, requires inbuilt Bluetooth 4.0 Low Energy support, and may or may not be compatible with your Mac. Here’s how to find out.
Earlier in June, Apple unveiled a treasure trove of new features for not only iOS 8, but also for their Mac lineup, all bundled together in Mac OS X Yosemite. Depending on the person, though, some of the individual features may be worth most of the fuss, including things like Continuity, or Handoff. With the latter, users of iOS 8-based devices will be able to start an email on their mobile gadget, and then continue right from where they left off on their Mac. It may not be limited to emails, but it looks more and more like there might be one very large limitation to Handoff right out of the gate.
Transcend has just launched the JetDrive Lite expansion cards which can be used on the MacBook Air and the MacBook Pro with Retina Display. These external cards go into the SD card slot of the MacBooks and will be priced at under $100 for the top end 128GB version, which means that you can get almost double the storage on a 128GB MacBook Air or MacBook Pro for just a fraction of its price.
Apple announced its WorldWide Developer Conference (WWDC) 2014Â for developers will be held from June 2nd to June 6thÂ at the Moscone West Convention Center in San Francisco, California.