Availability of Apple’s 13-inch MacBook Air has begun to dry up at major authorized retail sellers, leading to speculation that the ultraportable notebook just might possibly be due for an impending product refresh.
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Apple’s WWDC 2013 conference is coming up this Summer, and with Apple’s slow pace for hardware releases, so far this year, that likely means Apple will be playing catch up with their product cycles. According to “supply chain sources” speaking to DigiTimes, Apple is preparing to refresh its lineup of MacBooks around the time the event is expected to be held.
I’m simply going to show you two photos, then you can make your own mind up about the ‘influence’ the Macbook Air had in the Chromebook.
Taiwanese newspaper Economic Times is reporting that Apple is getting its ducks all in a row with suppliers for its next-generation MacBook Air.
Apple released an SMC update today for many of their 2010 and 2011 MacBooks, fixing a bug which could affect the battery performance of the affected devices. There are three separate versions of the update, for the MacBook, the MacBook Pro, and the MacBook Air.
If you’ve been considering purchasing a MacBook Air, now might be a great time to bite the bullet and buy one. As part of their 2-day Winter Doorbuster Sale, Best Buy is offering $200 off all MacBook Airs, as well as 30% off OttterBox iPhone and iPad cases, and a few other great deals we think you’ll like.
Apple has released a pretty important EFI firmware update for mid 2012 Macbook Airs. It fixes a color issue with external HDMI displays, and also solves problems relating to Windows (surprise, suprise) and Thunderbolt.
This is the second of two reviews about Incase’s new offerings specifically for MacBook Air 13″ and I’m extremely pleased with them both. Thin and nimble, the Pathway Slip Sleeve is an upscale addition to the Incase Pathway Collection with crafted premium leather and cotton twill fabric.
This is the first of two reviews about Incase’s new offerings specifically for MacBook Air 13″ and I’m extremely pleased with them both. Clearly, the meat and potatoes of the Incase line are their Neoprene sleeves, which are ubiquitously attached to the hip of most MacBooks.
Apple has released a new update for their most recent MacBook Air and MacBook Pro models (released in June 2012). Update 2.0 is intended to offer graphics performance improvements, as well as USB compatibility improvements.
JK Rowling is the most successful author of all time, and while product endorsements aren’t common, she certainly made a point of giving credit to the Macbook Air.
Environmental standards group EPEAT, which rates electronics for their environmental friendliness, has cleared five ultrathin laptops, including Apple’s MacBook Air, as conforming to its “green” standards.
Apple has seemingly put a lot of focus into making it’s products thinner and lighter, especially with the latest iPhone, and if a report from Digitimes is to be believed, it could also be reducing the thickness of the backlighted keyboard in the Macbook Pro and Air as soon as 2013.
WWDC was only in June, but as of today we’re already seeing refurbished 2012 Macbook Airs and Pros hit the refurbished section in the Apple online store.
Apple’s Power nap feature didn’t work as planned when Mountain Lion was first released, leaving many compatible Macs without the cool new feature. Apple has begun fixing that by releasing updates for compatible Macs.
Following the release of the new 2012 MacBook Air models, an iFixit teardown noted that Apple had altered the design of the blade SSD in the new models. OWC has now announced the first SSD upgrades designed for the 2012 MacBook Airs.