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New MacBook Air 13-inch teardown reveals larger battery and smaller SSD

Unveiling the new line of Haswell powered MacBook Air's at WWDC 2013, Apple touted some really impressive battery life, and in part at least, some of that may be down to a larger battery. The folks at iFixit got hold of a new 13-inch Air and did their thing on it, and revealed a couple of interesting facts about what lies inside.

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Should you buy a new MacBook Air now, or wait for a new MacBook Pro later?

At WWDC yesterday Apple introduced new MacBook Air models. They left out new MacBook Pros, which some folks were expecting, which may throw a wrench in your buying plans. Is it better off to get a MacBook Air now, get a MacBook Pro now, or wait until Apple revises the MacBook Pro? Let's weigh the options.

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Comparing Apple's old and new MacBook Air models

Apple introduced new MacBook Airs at WWDC today. The new MacBooks Air are faster, more power efficient, and in some cases, cheaper than their predecessors. And they're shipping now, so if you've been waiting to get one, now's the time.

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New MacBook Airs announced featuring Haswell chips, better battery life and faster Wi-Fi

Apple has just announced the new MacBook Air at WWDC 2013. The new MacBook Airs are still available in 11 and 13 inch models but will feature new Haswell chip technology which means better battery life. They'll also boast faster graphics performance and 802.11ac WiFi networking.

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New MacBook Airs seem certain for WWDC debut

Intel rolled out its fourth generation of Intel Core processors this week (the chips formerly known as Haswell), and vendors have wasted no time getting word out about their plans - Sony, for example, has already introduced new ultrabooks with the new chips inside, though they're not expected to ship quite yet. We won't know for sure what Apple has up its sleeve until next Monday, when Tim Cook takes the stage, but MacBook Airs seem certain for a Haswell refresh, according to Mark Gurman at 9to5Mac.

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Leaked SKUs point to possible MacBook refresh at WWDC

ew Apple product stock keeping units (SKU) have leaked that indicate that at least one of Apple's MacBook lines is about to receive an update. Though nothing is definitive, 9to5Mac believes that these SKUs point to a refresh for both the MacBook Air or the MacBook Pro with Retina display.

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Moshi introduces the new Codex case for the Retina MacBook Pro and MacBook Air

Popular accessory maker Moshi is back, with a pair of new protective cases for the Retina MacBook Pro and the MacBook Air. The cases are the second generation in Moshi's Codex line of MacBook cases and will be available for both sizes of MacBook Air, and both sizes of Retina MacBook Pro.

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Battle of the 13-inch MacBooks: Which one wins?

If you're shopping for a new 13-inch laptop, you may have noticed that Apple's product line in that category is a bit more crowded than in other spots. The company has three distinct 13-inch models - the MacBook Air, the MacBook Pro and the MacBook Pro with Retina Display. Which model should you get? Let's compare, but let me warn you at the outset: I think you should wait.

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Best Buy offering MacBook Air for $200 off, other Apple deals, today and tomorrow only

If you've been eyeing a new MacBook Air then run, don't walk, over to Best Buy and grab one for $200 off. It's part of a sale that's lasting only today and tomorrow, and includes some accessories and some incentives. Limited quantities, no rain checks.

Let me know what you score.

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Delta: Fly like the 1 percent, compute like a chump with a free low-end MacBook Air

Just got an e-mail from Delta, offering up a free MacBook Air if I buy a Delta Private Jets card for the low, low price of $100,000. You know, "perfect for those who prefer to travel light," Delta says. (Probably with a sherpa.)

But you've got to read the fine print, right? Here's where it really gets insulting. You just dropped 100 large on access to private planes. The least Delta could do would be to spring for the good MBA. Instead, you're stuck with 128GB of SSD space. You might be flying like the 1 percent, but you'll computing like a chump.

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