If the rumors are to be believed, we might be able to look forward to Apple announcing their new Retina MacBook Airs at the event on the 9th of March, but could the event also play host to Apple’s refreshment of their existing MacBook Air lineup? Well if a recent screenshot is anything to go by, the answer is yes.
A new screenshot has surfaced which allegedly shows off the specs of Apple’s upcoming hardware refresh for the 13-inch MacBook Air. According to the screenshot, it shows the device running on an Intel Core i5-5250U processor clocked at 1.6GHz, along with an Intel HD 6000 GPU which so far has been pretty impressive for gamers who are looking for an above average mobile GPU experience. Read full post →Alleged Refreshed MacBook Air Specs Spotted In Screenshot
With Apple Pay bursting onto the scene, it basically meant that there was one more mobile payments provider that other companies had to compete with. Then there were rumors about Google possibly acquiring their competitor Softcard which later turned out to be true and if you’re a current Softcard user, you might want to take note of this.
The company has recently announced that come 31st of March, they will be shutting down and cease their operations. “We are pleased to let you know that Google has acquired technology from Softcard to power the next generation of mobile wallets. What does that mean for you? As of 3/31 your Softcard app will no longer work. You can continue to use the Softcard app until 3/31. After that your Account will be closed.” Read full post →Softcard To Cease Operations Come 31st Of March