Amazon is knocking $300 off Apple's current 12-inch MacBook with a 1.3GHz processor, 8GB of memory and a 512GB SSD, bringing the price down to a record low $1,298 with extremely limited inventory left in stock.
Results posted to benchmarking service Geekbench this week purportedly show Apple's new MacBook Air outperforming last year's 12-inch MacBook with Intel Core i5 processor, but falling short of the same model equipped with a Core i7 CPU.
This latest portable does not slot neatly into Apple's existing Mac portable range — the mix of power and price mean we can expect to see other models change or even die. AppleInsider examines which of Apple's current products are most threatened by this machine.
Columbus Week 2018 is here and with it comes an assortment of deals on Apple hardware. Apple's 13" MacBook Pro with Touch Bar is on sale for as low as $1,499. Meanwhile, 15" MacBook Pros start at just $1,899, 12" MacBooks are up to $150 off and AirPods are $137.50 with coupon.
Woot is knocking $400 to $500 off Apple 12-inch MacBooks today only, and $950 off 15-inch MacBook Pros. With prices starting at $799, these are the lowest prices available for the cheap Macs. Since Woot is owned by Amazon, Prime members can also snag free shipping on the discounted laptops.
Once again, only Apple knows for sure when — or even if — it will hold an event this month, but it does seem very likely that Apple will want to capture the minds of consumers for two consecutive months. AppleInsider reveals why it's harder to predict a date for this one — and what we can expect to see when it comes.
An open letter from the interim CEO of Intel advises some progress is being made for its 10-nanometer processors, but volume production of chips using the process will still wait until 2019, alongside a notice of $1 billion in 14-nanometer production investments and a warning it will also be prioritizing production of high-performance chips over processors for entry-level devices.
If your MacBook is riding with you on planes and trains, chances are you're going to need a few accessories stashed in your bag to keep working or having fun. These are some of the ones we'd recommend.
So you're getting ready to head back to school, perhaps with a new MacBook or MacBook Pro. You may want to add a few accessories to get the most out of your device. AppleInsider has rounded up the best accessories for your Mac to make returning to school even better.
Back-to-school season is closing in fast. This means two things: retailers will be running some great deals on Macs and students will be looking to pick up some new laptops as they had back to class. AppleInsider discusses Apple's entire laptop line, and talks about who needs what, and why.
Unless Apple breaks with years of tradition, it is about to reveal the date of its new iPhone launch. AppleInsider pins down when that's most likely to be, plus what you can and shouldn't expect to see there.