A new rumor says that Apple will lower the entry-level price to the MacBook Air line. According to Digitimes
, Apple is considering a $799 MacBook Air. The $799 MacBook Air would be released in the 3rd quarter of 2012.
Having just returned from a 12-day cycle-touring holiday (you missed me, right?), it occurred to me how much the activity has changed over the years. The basics are still the same, of course: turning the pedals makes the scenery pass slowly by, and by the end of the day you’re 40 or 50 miles away from where you had breakfast. But what used to be a very low-tech activity, involving little more than a paper map and compass, has now turned into something of a technofest – at least for me ... Source: 9to5Mac
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Jun 23 2014, 9:03am CDT
The new, lower-cost iMac introduced today is definitely aimed at "light-duty" desktop users rather than those looking for greater-than-notebook power from their desktop, a new teardown and benchmark analysis has shown. While hardly surprising, the newest iMac essentially uses MacBook Air internals in an iMac form factor, and consequently has similar benchmark scores (but with something of a twist). The teardown has revealed that the 8GB RAM on the new iMac ... Source: MacNN
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Jun 18 2014, 8:31pm CDT
I’m willing to bet you have a dilapidated HP, Gateway, or Dell laptop gathering dust in a closet somewhere. Or perhaps like me you have a MacBook Air that you tote around to conventions ... Source: Apple Balla
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May 28 2014, 3:02pm CDT
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