Early Wednesday morning, Apple officially released an updated MacBook Air featuring a new Magic Keyboard, 10th-generation Intel processors, and a lower price. Here’s everything you need to know.
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Just recently this week, the MacBook Air joined in the sticky keyboard controversy. This issue has been reported by many 2018 MacBook Air users recently, and this MacBook is not the only Mac to get this issue. It involves the butterfly keyboard keys, that every MacBook user knows since the 2015 MacBook.
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Apple recently acquired a patent that suggests the comeback of MagSafe. We all miss the MagSafe connector in the MacBooks, and it solved many charging issues with the usage of it. Here’s what we know.
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On Friday, Apple started offering refurbished 2018 Mac mini and MacBook Air models through its online store. Here’s everything we know so far.
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Back to the Mac is a new series that digs deeper into the macOS operating system. Each week, I will review unique apps, reveal tips and tricks, and teach you how to further customize your Mac experience. This week, we will look into my top app picks for your Mac.
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The long-awaited update to the lightweight MacBook Air is finally here. Its first major overhaul since Steve Jobs took the MacBook Air out of a manila envelope at the MacWorld Conference on January 15, 2008. Even though the MacBook Air had some tweaks in the last ten years, it was nothing quite as grand as this. Here’s everything you need to know about the all-new MacBook Air and whether you should buy one.
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The next version of macOS will be called Mojave and will come with a bunch of new features including a dark mode, more organizational options, and desktop versions of several iOS apps. Apple CEO Tim Cook said Mojave’s new features are “Inspired by Pro users, but designed for Everyone.”
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