Supplies of metal chassis for Ultrabook PC notebooks remains constrained as Apple has locked up most of the available capacity from vendors.
Macbook Air News
Following updates to the newly released 2012 MacBook Pros, Apple has just released the first software update for the new 2012 MacBook Air, featuring a numer of fixes to ensure the best performance of the new device.
All the new MacBooks unveiled at WWDC have now been benchmarked using Geekbench, and some pretty interesting results have emerged.
The WWDC keynote was only yesterday, but teardown gods iFixit have already got their hands on the updated Macbook Air and are tearing it down right this minute.
This morning at the WWDC, Phil Schiller took the stage and announced updates to the popular MacBook Air lineup. What’s in store? Here we go!
It’s only hours until the main event at WWDC and the rumors are building up, including this one that we could be seeing new Macbook Airs with 4GB of RAM as standard and even configurable to 8GB.
We showed you two iMac clones recently, both very impressive, Dell’s and another one from China. However it’s now time for Macbook Air clones to return to centre stage with the THD N2-A at the Computex expo.
According to a new analysis, the latest lineup of Windows-based Ultrabook PCs will not undercut Apple’s MacBook Air enough on price to woo away most consumers.
In addition to numerous credible reports that Apple’s next-gen MacBook Pro and iMac models will feature Retina displays, a new report claims that Apple is planning to bring Retina displays to the MacBook Air as well.
The latest MacBook rumor is perhaps one of the most interesting, not because it’s predicts amazing new features, but because it spells out an interesting strategy for Apple: an $800 MacBook Air!
Linux inventor Linus Torvalds has revealed in an interview with TechCrunch that he adores his Macbook Air, calling it ‘special’.
KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo believes Apple may have something new up its sleeve: A new hybrid line of MacBooks that combines the MacBook Pro and MacBook Air lines.
Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who has in the past accurately predicted Apple’s Mac product roadmap, published a report today saying that Apple may be getting ready to drop its 17-inch MacBook Pro from its lineup. The reason? Weak sales.
There’s two common favorite hobbies among Apple’s competitors: Comparing their products to Apple’s, and pretending that Apple is doomed. This time around, two Intel executives talk smack about Apple in an interview with PC World.
Apple could add the title of “World’s Largest Mobile Processor Company” to its already impressive list of accomplishments by years end, according to a study due to be released by In-Stat later this week.
Electricpig reports that “one anonymous vendor” is saying that Apple is likely to launch a 15-inch MacBook Air in April of this year, basically killing the MacBook Pro for the average consumer.