“Apple updated its MacBook Air family on Tuesday, but let’s cut to the chase—we all want to know what’s actually different,” Dave Smith reports for ReadWrite.
Here are the three key ways Apple has updated the MacBook Air:
1. It’s Cheaper: Apple basically took the four major configurations of the 2013 MacBook Air and reduced each of their prices by $100
2. (Slightly) More Powerful
3. Longer Battery Life: All models feature the same average battery life, but Apple said it has added “up to two hours of playbook time.”
Read more in the full article here.
MacDailyNews Take: If, five and a half years ago, we had described the 11-inch MacBook Air to you and told you it’d someday start at $899, you’d have called Bellevue to have us picked up by some men in clean white coats.
Apple updates MacBook Air with faster processors and lower prices; now starting at $899 – April 29, 2014