With the MacBook Air being such a popular notebook, it’s no wonder that companies like Intel (with their Ultrabooks) are trying to catch up. According to a new report, however, the MacBook Air is just too big a value for competitors to match!
We all know that the MacBook Air is incredibly thin and light, but can it fly? The folks at FinalCutKing have put up a “magical and revolutionary” video on their YouTube channel showing that that MacBook Air “just wants to be free.”
A new note from Peter Misek, a Jefferies & Co. analyst, suggests that Apple may move to combine/unify iOS and OS X into a singular operating system. According to Misek, this would help Apple to achieve a better gross margin, and would make it easier to license content.
Were you using a computer before you learned to walk? Have you become so immersed in technology that random facts leak from your brain? It’s time to face it – you might be a nerd. Fortunately, this clever image provides some anatomical insight into how your brain works.
Those of you that have recently purchase new Macs pre-loaded with Lion are in luck! Now that new Macs no longer include physical restore media, Apple has begun using the Mac App Store to distribute the iLife ’11 software included with every new Mac.
Those of Apple’s customers that just bought one of their sexy new Thunderbolt MacBook Airs might be surprised at their new interface’s lack of “thunder”. According to a new report, the Thunderbolt controller in the new Air is half the size of that found in the 2011 MacBook Pro, Mac Mini and iMac – and only half as powerful!
Following up on news that Apple has recently updated their wired keyboards, and the keyboards of MacBooks and MacBook Pros shipped after the release of OS X Lion, Apple has now updated their product imagery, showing that they have updated their wireless keyboards as well.
Apple’s newly-released Mac Minis have just gotten their most expensive hardware upgrade to date! Users looking to upgrade their Mac Mini’s RAM can order an 8GB or 12GB upgrade kit – but why do that when you could blow a whopping $1400 on a 16GB kit instead!
Moshi have created a brilliant case for the MacBook pro, but will it be to your taste? Read our review to find out!
After ordering a 15″ 2011 MacBook Pro on OS X Lion’s launch day, suspecting that there might be some interesting differences, I was disappointed when I finally received the new machine today, and found out what those differences are.
According to a concerning new report from security researcher Charlie Miller, Apple’s MacBook line of notebooks have a security vulnerability that could allow a hacker to control your battery’s smart chip, potentially causing it to overheat and explode.
According to a recent KnowledgeBase article published from Apple, it’s a really bad idea to try installing Snow Leopard on one of Apple’s newly-released MacBook Pros, as it can cause the machine to stop functioning properly.
Following yesterday’s report that a new ultra-slim 15-inch MacBook is in final testing at Apple’s labs, we’ve learned through a second report that Apple is also preparing an ultra-slim 17″ notebook as well.
Wanna get some great cross-platform games, support indie developers, and pay only what you feel like? Good! The Humble Indie Bundle includes 5 great games, all developed by independent developers.
The MacBook Air is truly a beautiful device, and it’s looking more and more like ultra-thin designs are shaping the future of notebooks. Along these lines, a new report indicates that Apple is currently in the final testing stages of an ultra-thin 15″ MacBook. Could this be the 15″ MacBook Air, or will the next MacBook Pro get a serious facelift?
Apple has recently issued a recall notice detailing potentially defective 1TB Seagate hard drives installed in iMacs sold between May and June of this year, and is offering to replace the defective drives at no cost until July 23, 2012.