New data from NPD says Apple’s MacBook Air is by far the most popular notebook in its class, grabbing more than half of the thin-and-light laptop market.
Macbook Air News
Apple is sending out an invitation to some owners of new MacBook Air models, asking them to test a wi-fi software update.
Users are complaining of severe flickering problems when using some 2013 13″ MacBook Air models with Adobe Photoshop, particularly when using the larger brush tools.
There have been a notable amount of users complaining about Wi-Fi issues with their new 11-inch and 13-inch MacBook Air units. Apple is telling Apple Geniuses to “capture” any new MacBook Air units with Wi-Fi issues.
A thread on Apple’s support forums show an increasing number of users having problems with the Wi-Fi connectivity on their new 802.11ac Wi-Fi equipped MacBook Airs.
Some see a new Apple product and merely gaze at it and drink in its beauty. Others look at the same object and think, “How the hell do I pop this puppy open?” iFixit has performed one of its patented teardowns on the new 11-inch MacBook Pro, and found a smaller SSD, with a slightly larger battery that provides longer life.
The teardown enthusiasts at iFixit have plied their considerable talents on the new 13-Inch MacBook Air, and while they didn’t find any drastic changes, there are a couple that are worth taking note of.
Today’s WWDC keynote saw Apple announce new 11-inch and 13-inch MacBook Airs. The new models have been designed with enhanced performance and better battery life as priorities. The new Air lineup uses Intel’s next-generation Haswell processors that offer enhanced performance while offering significantly improved battery life.
Earlier this week, Intel officially released their latest 4th-gen Haswell processors – including a more power-friendly version perfect for the MacBook Air. And speaking of the MacBook Air, 9to5Mac has gotten their hands on additional confirmation that Apple is preparing to launch new models of the popular notebook at WWDC!
A new research note from KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who has an excellent track record when it comes to Apple rumors, as well as dwindling supplies of current MacBooks give us even more cause to expect new MacBooks (and maybe even a new Mac Pro) to be unveiled at Apple’s WWDC event.
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.
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.