New MacBook Airs Get Hit With a Thunderbolt

Apple's brought both sizes of the MacBook Air line straight up to what you'd expect from a laptop in 2011, adding a Thunderbolt port, but more importantly some sweet Sandy Bridge i5 and i7 chips—and backlit keyboards. » 7/20/11 8:47am 7/20/11 8:47am

Last-Minute Apple Rumors "Reveal" MacBook Air and Mac Mini Specs, Plus…

Mere moments before Apple shows its hand, and 9to5Mac has leapt in with a killer last-minute reveal. According to them, we can expect new MacBook Airs, Mac Minis and a brand-new Thunderbolt Display, with the following specs: » 7/20/11 6:30am 7/20/11 6:30am

MacBook Airs, White MacBooks, Mac Minis But No Mac Pros This Month?

New Apple products are expected to drop soon, but according to 9to5Mac's sources, the bundle of presents won't actually include Mac Pros after all. Turns out the part numbers they intercepted earlier this week referred to a white MacBook and Mac Mini. » 7/13/11 6:00am 7/13/11 6:00am

MacBook Airs on Track For June/July Launch, With Sandy Bridge and…

Apple does like to keep to schedule, so it's not entirely surprising to read they're planning two new MacBook Air models for this June/July. It's also unsurprising that they're to run on Sandy Bridge chipsets, and have Thunderbolt connectivity. » 5/18/11 3:45am 5/18/11 3:45am

Some New MacBook Air Owners Are Reporting Possible Logic Board Issues

This isn't anything we experienced in our reviews of the new 13-inch and 11-inch MacBook Airs, but Cult of Mac notes that some users are reporting video distortion and crashing issues—that sound logic board-related—in larger-than-normal numbers. » 11/02/10 5:39pm 11/02/10 5:39pm

Mactard Travel Tip: Your Little Macbook Air Can Sneak By Airport…

It seems the 11.6-inch MacBook Air falls into the "small and portable electronic items" category that the iPad belongs to, at least where airport security is concerned. 13-inch Air owners will still have to remove them from bags, though. » 10/28/10 4:20am 10/28/10 4:20am

Apple Really Doesn't Want You To Tear Apart A MacBook Air

The folks at iFixIt rushed to tear down the new MacBook Air, but they discovered that Apple apparently really doesn't want you to poke around the gadget. It's full of proprietary parts—right down to the screws. » 10/21/10 7:00pm 10/21/10 7:00pm

Apple's Forums Leak Today's Launches Early: iLife '11, "MBA" and…

Some digging by Polish site Spider's Web has revealed Apple's set up early forum discussions for today's announcements. Looks like we can expect MacBook Airs, iLife '11, and a mystery "reserved" product. Mr. OS X Lion, we presume? » 10/20/10 6:24am 10/20/10 6:24am

MacBook Air Refresh Rumored For This Week

Despite a $700 price cut last June, you still don't see that many MacBook Airs being used in public. Apple could aim to fix that with an Air refresh, which might come as early as this week. » 5/10/10 7:14am 5/10/10 7:14am