Apple's new MacBook may have stolen the thunder with the company's early 2015 notebook releases, but the Retina MacBook Pro and MacBook Air got updates as well. Let's compare the features and specs of the latest 13-in MacBook Pro with Retina Display and 13-in MacBook Air... Show More Summary
Apple is coming off a great couple of weeks primarily due to its newly announced devices – the Apple Watch, the new MacBook 2015, and the next generation MacBook Air and Pro models.
Another day, another giveaway. This one is for the highly anticipated new MacBook. It’s lighter, thinner, and more resolutioner than the current Macbook Airs, though Apple isn’t trying to replace
The recently refreshed 2015 MacBook Air can drive 4K external displays at a refresh rate of 60Hz, as confirmed by Ars Technica. The report claims that Intel's new Broadwell processors with integrated Intel HD Graphics 6000 support 4K...Show More Summary
While Apple says that its latest MacBook Air will officially support external monitors with resolutions up to 2,560-pixels-by-1,600-pixels, tests have shown that the slim portable can actually drive an external 4K display at a full 60Hz.
When Apple announced the new 2015 MacBook Air a couple weeks ago, there was at least a couple of disappointments. First of all, for those of us who love the current form factor, power, keyboard, ports, and trackpad of the … Read mor...
Happily, Apple’s spec page is incorrect. Things get a little choppy, though.
I love my MacBook Air. I’m sure you love whatever MacBook you’re using, too. We wouldn’t trade them for anything, right? An additional USB port or two would be nice, though. Especially if you have an iPhone and an iPad, plus some other devices you might need to connect to the laptop. Show More Summary
A new version of Apple's wireless keyboard seems to have popped up on a number of the company's online stores around the world. The new keyboard, like those found on Apple's MacBook Air and MacBook Pro laptops, now seems to have backlight...Show More Summary
Its insides are more than competitive, but they're encased in 2010's design.
This is the Acer Chromebook 11 CB3-111-C670. It’s about the size of a Macbook Air, kinda. It runs the Google Chrome OS, which means it’s pretty much like a browser-only deal. All the apps you use are web-based. And this device helped me make $28,000 in ten days. Show More Summary
Now that Apple is set to launch a MacBook that's lighter than the MacBook Air and has a Retina Display, where does that leave the 13-in Retina MacBook Pro? And is its new Force Touch trackpad an upgrade-worthy feature? Join Gizmag, as we review the 2015 (13-in) MacBook Pro with Retina Display... Show More Summary
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Several days ago, Apple launched its brand new ultraportable laptop, the MacBook 2015. No it isn't the MacBook Air, or a slimmer MacBook Pro – it is an entirely new lineup for the Cupertino manufacturer.
Apple's most recent 13-inch MacBook Pro, along with both of the new MacBook Air models, ship without Boot Camp support for Windows 7. Boot Camp allows Mac users to install Windows on a hard drive partition. On Apple's latest 13-inchShow More Summary
Apple has dropped Windows 7 support in Boot Camp with the recently refreshed 13-inch MacBook Pro and MacBook Air lineup, meaning users will have to switch to third-party virtualization software or upgrade to Windows 8.
Apple's newly refreshed MacBook Air and 13-inch MacBook Pro models no longer support running Windows 7 with Boot Camp, according to Apple's Boot Camp support document. Boot Camp on the new notebooks only works with Windows 8 or later,...Show More Summary
Following the Edward Snowden leaks, Guardian editors destroyed Snowden's computer hardware. Photograph: Sarah Lee/Guardian, via Back in 2013, The Guardian's editors destroyed the MacBook Air and Western Digital hard drive used to store Edward Snowden's top-secret files. Show More Summary
Apple have prepared the ground with a new offering for 2015 of the upgraded, lighter and faster MacBook Air. Whilst the MacBook Air is competing with its own brothers and sisters, the MacBook and MacBook Pro, it does have some features all of its own. Show More Summary