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MacBook vs. MacBook Air vs. MacBook Pro: Which Apple laptop should you get?

Should you get the MacBook, MacBook Air, or MacBook Pro? Here's how to decide!

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An ode to the 11-inch MacBook Air

The 11-inch MacBook Air is no more. I’ll miss you, little buddy.

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RIP MacBook Air – Hello to the new MacBook Pro!

Vice president Phil Schiller encouraged those who are interested in the MacBook Air to instead check out the new MacBook Pro for a number of legitimate reasons.

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So where are all the new Macs for 2016?

We're more than halfway through 2016, and almost no new Macs have been released. What's the deal?

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MacBook Air, MacBook Pro could get refreshed later this month

Apple will reportedly refresh both is MacBook Air and MacBook Pro laptop lines later in June.

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Apple makes 8GB of RAM standard in all configurations of 13-inch MacBook Air

In addition to a refreshed 12-inch MacBook, Apple has also announced that it will be bumping all 13-inch MacBook Air's to include 8GB of RAM. Previously Apple charged $100 to upgrade to 8GB from the base 4GB option.

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Nine notebooks worth remembering

Love your iPad, or your current MacBook Pro? These Mac notebooks helped pave the way.

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MacBooks are the most reliable and satisfying laptops you can buy

A new survey from Consumer Reports on laptop reliability has found that Apple's MacBook lines, particularly the Air and Pro, to be the most reliable laptops on the market.

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Grab a 13-inch MacBook Air with a Core i5 and 128GB of storage for $850 from Best Buy

Best Buy is currently selling the 13-inch MacBook Air configured with Intel's Core i5, 4GB of RAM and 128GB of storage for $850. This is a rare $150 savings on the lightweight and portable laptop.

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The MacBook and the future of Apple laptops

Apple gave us a glimpse into the future of laptops with the new MacBook. But what does that mean for the rest of the company's laptops?

Tim Cook was unambiguous about the new MacBook during his most recent conference call with financial analysts:

We believe — and I think most everyone agrees — this is the future of the notebook.

The new MacBook hasn't exactly wowed early reviewers with its performance capabilities, but I think the laptop is fundamentally designed to appeal to a different class of user than Apple currently caters to with its MacBook Air and the Retina MacBook Pro.

Having said that, the company is likely going to continue to make powerful laptops that appeal to its current customer base. So when Cook says that the MacBook is the future of the notebook, what does he mean?

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