Steve Jobs may have left the building, but his love of patents remains with Apple. The company recently patented its MacBook Air wedge design, making it nearly impossible for competitors to be just that: competitors, at least in the field of ultra-thin notebooks.
Start saving your dollars. We already told you that Apple was working on a larger 15-inch MacBook Air and now a "premium Mac accessory maker" has informed tech blog ElectricPig that 15-inch Air's are coming in April. Whoo boy!
Apple's new thin and light MacBook Airs just received a recent refresh with zippy Core i5/i7 processors and Thunderbolt ports, but new intel suggests a 15-inch model is already in late development in Cupertino and will ship by the end of the year.
Apple unveiled the newest line of its MacBook Airs this morning, keeping the same super-thin design while bumping up most of the specs.
Apple's MacBook Airs have always had a certain allure to them prior to announcement, during announcement and well after announcement. With new MacBook Airs set to drop any day now, rumor's going around that Apple's bringing back the backlit-keyboard that was lost during last Fall's refresh.
According to reports, Apple is prepping an upgrade to its MacBook Air line due to hit on July 19th. So if you were planning on picking one up, you might want to hold off.
Been considering buying a new MacBook Air? If you can hold out for four months, you might get a better one.
Out of all the netbooks and razor-thin laptops out there looking to take down the MacBook Air, Dell's Adamo seems to be the only one with the chops to keep up. And keep up it has — Dell just released a less expensive, more powerful Adamo on its website.
Want your fancy new MacBook Air to stand out from the crowd? Why not get it in a different color? ColorWare is happy to do just that for you, using whatever colors you want. Just add $850 to the price of the already-expensive laptop.
When the MacBook Air first came out, it was quickly recognized as an impressive feat of engineering — it was the world's thinnest laptop to date — but why would you need one? That's a question Apple has been trying to figure out ever since. The company's answer today? The new MacBook Air "the future" of laptops, according to Steve Jobs. "We think all notebooks are going to be like this one day."