Apple’s Ultra-Thin 15 inch MacBook Pro to be Available Later this Year?

Ultra-thin MacBook Pro

According to a new report published by MacRumors Apple could be working on a 15 inch ultra-thin MacBook Pro model. While the report is not clear whether it would be branded as MacBook Air or MacBook Pro; TUAW claims that it would most probably be a Pro version. MacBook Air … Read the Full Story →

Apple Releases New MacBook Air and Mac Mini with Mac OS X Lion Preinstalled

New 2011 MacBook Air

Last week, rumors and reports from various sources suggested that Apple would be releasing an updated Macbook Air with a faster processor and integrated Thunderbolt technology. On Wednesday, Apple did exactly that and released new Macbook Air models with Sandy Bridge chips from Intel, thunderbolt ports and Mac OS X … Read the Full Story →

New Macbook Air to Bring Back Backlit Keyboard?

MacBook Air Backlit Keyboard 2011

Photo by kimb0lene With the introduction of the 2010 Macbook Air models, Apple scrapped the backlit keyboards in order to make the device more affordable. The backlit keyboard will reportedly be making a return to the new 2011 MacBook Air, pegged for a Summer 2011 time frame. A report from … Read the Full Story →

‘MacBook Air’ Stocks Run Low Ahead of Refresh?

MacBook Air Best Buy

BestBuy.com has stopped shipping ‘Macbook Air’ to customers in anticipation of a refresh. The web is abuzz with news of potential refreshes to the Macbook Air line and what would be introduced in the latest iteration of Apple’s popular computer. 9to5Mac speculates that Best Buy is limiting sales of Macbook … Read the Full Story →

Apple to Begin New MacBook Air Production this Month?

Next Gen Sandy Bridge MacBook Air Apple

Concord Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo in an interview today, told AppleInsider that Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) has placed orders for the production of a total of 380,000 Sandy Bridge-based 11.6 and 13.3-inch MacBook Air models this month. Those who have been waiting for AAPL to include the Sandy Bridge chips don’t have … Read the Full Story →