The new M2 MacBook Air is entering our lives as "Ted Lasso" prepares to depart, and surely all of us have a need for a great Thunderbolt dock. Plus macOS and iOS 16 tips, all on the new AppleInsider podcast.
New teardown videos of the M2 MacBook Air have been released, but they add more mysteries than they solve. As well as showing just how tightly and well-engineered the device is, they definitely show the MacBook Air has an accelerometer — for some unknown reason.
Plus there is debate here, but some sources are claiming the new device also features a U1 chip. So conceivably you could drop the MacBook Air, which would definitely trigger the accelerometer, and you could then use the U1 chip to find the device at your feet.
So there's just a chance that Apple has more plans for the MacBook Air than it has revealed so far.
While everyone waits to see what these MacBook Air extra components will be used for, quite a lot of people are wishing "Ted Lasso" wasn't coming to an end. It was always meant to be three seasons and done, but it's true that star and co-creator has sometimes hinted at a fourth run.
If you're looking for something to watch in its place, try turning to that forgotten pile of DVDs and Blu-rays you've got. Using Plex, you can create your own private streaming service.
When you have a lot of data, like videos, or you need to transfer any files quickly, then you should also be in the market for a Thunderbolt dock. AppleInsider has picked out the best ones for each use, and every budget too.
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