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Benchmark tests of the upcoming MacBook Air with the new M2 processor have leaked on Geekbench.
A number of YouTubers and media outlets went hands-on with the new MacBook Air. Here's a roundup of all of the videos.
To celebrate the announcement of the new MacBook Air, Apple has dropped an ad for the redesigned notebook.
Current rumors point to Apple potentially announcing a refreshed MacBook Air during Monday's WWDC22 event, but hopes of the machine coming in eye-popping colors look set to be dashed.
Apple could show off some hardware at this year's WWDC, but will that be a new MacBook Air of the fabled mixed reality headset?
According to Bloomberg reporter Mark Gurman, Apple is planning on launching two new Macs in the middle of the year.
Apple is reportedly getting ready to add three MacBook Air and MacBook Pro models from 2014 to its obsolete list.
A new MacBook Air Apple is reportedly working on is set to launch in the second half of this year, according to Digitimes.
New insight from DSCC's Ross Young says that Apple is planning a 2022 MacBook Air that will be 13.6-inches in sizes, up from 13.3.
According to supply chain analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple may drop the "Air" from the name of its upcoming 15-inch MacBook.
A new report from DSCC and Ross Young indicates that Apple is planning to launch a slightly larger 10-inch iPad, a larger 13-inch MacBook Air, and possibly a 15-inch MacBook Air in 2023.
Apple has a big MacBook Pro upgrade reportedly planned for 2022 that could include a mini-LED display and new Apple silicon. Here's what we know.
A new report claims that Apple will release a redesigned MacBook Air with the new M2 processor by the end of 2022.
A new report from Ming-Chi Kuo claims Apple will release a new MacBook Air later this year, but that it will have an M1 chip, not the M2 we previously thought.
A new video on Reddit shows that you can in fact run God of War on a base model M1 MacBook Air.
The sub-$1000 MacBook category has been dormant for a while, so I'm really looking forward to seeing how Apple reignites it.
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