Back in the day, Apple had pretty clear distinctions between its computers where each product was priced differently enough to appeal to different customers. For example the MacBook Air was one of Apple’s more affordable laptops, but with the launch of the 2018 model, that line got blurred even further.
There have been rumors that Apple could be making the eventual shift from Intel chipsets on their Mac computers to ARM powered chipsets created by Apple themselves. Given Apple’s reliance on their own hardware, this rumor hardly comes as a surprise, and after years of rumors, it seems that those rumors could come to fruition in 2020.
Due to the fact that our computers can sometimes run a bit hot under intense operations, this is why there are various spots that allow for air to come in and be sucked out to help cool it down. This also means that dust can get in, but that’s why when it comes to desktop computers, a lot of them actually come with dust filters that can be easily removed […]
We doubt that anyone has ever equated Apple with being cheap or affordable, but if you’re hoping to save some money, you might be interested to learn that Apple has announced on their website that they will be hosting a four-day sale starting on Black Friday and it will last through Cyber Monday.
Apple’s products have never been referred to as cheap. However if for whatever reason you must own an Apple product, then chances are you might already be familiar with the fact that Apple sells refurbished products on its website. In fact the company has recently launched a redesigned online refurbished store.
Apple’s newer Mac computers come with the company’s T2 security enclave. This is a special chip that securely stores sensitive information about the user, like in the case of the new MacBook Air and MacBook Pros, it is where your fingerprint information is stored and protected using encryption.
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.
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 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.
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 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.
Earlier today, Apple introduced a new iPad Pro, a new Mac Mini, and a refreshed and redesigned MacBook Air. For the most part the new products don’t go too crazy in terms of their new pricing, but in case you do want to go all out in terms of maxing out the specs and storage, it seems that it will not come cheap.
Apple conducted an event today for its new Macs and iPads in New York. Aside from unveiling the products, it also provided some numbers about how the Mac has been doing. Apple CEO Tim Cook revealed during the event that there are more than 100 million Macs now in use across the globe.
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.