MacBook Air (2018) Teardown Reveals That It Is Somewhat Easy To Repair

Due to laptops constantly being transported here and there, it is bound to encounter some knocks and drops every now and then which can affect its durability over time. Not to mention laptops have less efficient cooling systems than desktops, which means that over time the heat in a laptop can also lead to damaged components.


Apple’s New MacBook Air Batteries Can Be Replaced Individually

The problem with laptops is that because they run on batteries, eventually these batteries will give out and lose their charge which also means that over the years, battery life gets shorter. For the most part most companies do allow laptop batteries to be replaced without having to buy a brand new computer, although how much this will cost will vary.


Apple’s New MacBook Air Can Handle Editing 4K Videos

Apple’s MacBook Pros are usually seen and positioned as the laptop that customers should buy if they want a powerful laptop that can handle intensive photo and video editing on the go. This is thanks to its more powerful CPU and in some configurations, a discrete GPU. However as it turns out, Apple’s new MacBook Air laptop seems to be holding its own just fine.


New iPad Pro (2018) Benchmarks Seemingly Outperforms Windows PCs

The other day benchmarks revealed that Apple’s new iPad Pros are almost as powerful as the company’s MacBook Pro lineup. Now it seems that additional reviews and benchmarking performed by Laptop Mag (via Tom’s Guide) has revealed that the new iPad Pros have benchmark scores that blow past its Windows competitors.


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Hyper’s USB-C Hub Attaches To The MacBook’s Adapter

The problem with Apple’s MacBook laptops is the ports, in which Apple has pretty much done away with USB-A ports in favor of USB-C, including the recently launched MacBook Air which was one of the last few MacBooks that still had USB-A ports. This means that you’ll need to start living the dongle life if you’re trying to charge devices using a USB-A cable.


Apple’s New iPad Pro Is Almost As Powerful As The MacBook Pro

Apple recently announced its new iPad Pros which comes with a modified version of the A12 Bionic chipset used in the company’s 2018 iPhone lineup. This comes in the form of the A12X Bionic which features an octa-core design that Apple claims is 35% faster in single-core performance and 90% faster in multi-core performance compared to 2017’s model.


Apple’s T2 Chip Prevents Hackers From Hijacking Your Mac’s Microphone

Apple had recently announced its new MacBook Air which represents a pretty huge update that we’ve seen to the lineup in a while. One of those major changes they made was introducing Touch ID to the laptop, as well as the T2 secure enclave that stores fingerprint data, encryption keys, and more.


Apple’s New MacBook Air Is Powered By Intel’s 7W Amber Lake CPU

Apple had recently announced its new MacBook Air which according to the company, would feature 8th gen Intel Core i5 chipsets. While this is technically true, it should be noted that there is a subtle difference and that not all Core i5 chipsets are made the same because upon further digging, it was discovered that the new MacBook Air laptops are actually more specifically powered by Intel’s Amber Lake CPUs.


Apple Officially Introduces A Brand New MacBook Air

Ever since Apple introduced the 12-inch Retina MacBook, it felt that the company had quietly announced that the MacBook Air would be going the way of the dinosaur. However in recent months we have been hearing rumors that Apple could be launching a brand new model, and sure enough at Apple’s event today, they have announced a brand new MacBook Air.


ASUS TUF Gaming FX505, FX705 Laptops Announced

It’s hard to deny that gaming on the desktop in the comfort of your own home is a much better experience, but yet there are some of us who have to travel a lot but don’t want to sacrifice their gaming, which is where gaming laptops come in. Now the good news for those shopping for new gaming laptops is that ASUS has announced two new models that you can […]


Apple Could Announce Four New Mac Computers Next Week

Apple has confirmed that come 30th October, they will be hosting an event. The company has not confirmed what the event will be about, but it has been largely speculated that the event would most likely see Apple announce new iPads, but now there is more evidence that could indicate that we might see new Mac computers as well.


HP’s Spectre x360 Laptop Boasts 22.5 Hours Of Battery Life

Laptops are great for taking with you on the go if you need to work. However the problem is that because laptops are more powerful devices, they also consume battery faster than say a tablet, which means that usually a laptop probably wouldn’t last you more than a day before needing a recharge.


Samsung’s Foldable Display Ambitions Will Extend To Laptops As Well

We know that Samsung has a smartphone with a foldable display in the works. However it seems that the company’s ambitions for its foldable displays will extend beyond smartphones and will be making its way into future laptops as well. This was confirmed by none other than Samsung themselves during an event in which they unveiled their new Flash laptop.


Analyst Claims ARM Powered Macs Will Arrive In 2020 Or 2021

For years there have been talks that Apple could eventually ditch Intel and start making ARM-powered Mac computers. When exactly that will happen remains to be seen, but notable Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo seems to think that it might not be too far off into the future, and that it could happen as early as 2020 or 2021.