After the Apple Back to the Mac event, we were able to check out the new products in a super-secret room at the Apple campus. Well it's not that super secret. We didn't have to go through a bookshelf that doubles as a door to get these.
In case you’ve been unplugged from the Internet today or simply didn’t set your alarm clock to wake you up in time, Apple held a media event at their Cupertino campus. “Back to the Mac” brought a tantalizing peek at the next Mac OS X Lion 10.7 which brings some iOS-style functionality to the Mac, a new iLife ’11 suite, FaceTime for the Mac and yes, a pair of new MacBook Air models.
As expected from multiple leaks and rumors over the past week, Apple CEO Steve Jobs took the stage in Cupertino this morning at the company’s “Back to the Mac” event to take the wraps off not one but two new MacBook Air models.
The day of reckoning is finally here -- or at least Apple’s “Back to the Mac” event anyway, which kicks off at 10am PST at the company’s Cupertino campus. Late Tuesday, some last-minute leaks and rumors surfaced regarding the event, and here’s a peek at all of them.
The rumors about a new MacBook Air to be announced on Wednesday are heating up -- and now it appears that the diminutive laptop hasn’t shrunk from a 13-inch display to 11 inches, but rather there will be two different models available.
As the work week winds down and speculation swirls about Wednesday’s “Back to the Mac” event at Apple headquarters in Cupertino, a new rumor has surfaced with at least one possibility on the hardware front.
All right, everyone out there that's already rocking a MacBook Air raise your hands. Right. Now, everyone planning on purchasing a MacBook Air in the near future, lets see a show of hands please. Okay then... not that many of you, eh? Still, for those of you that are willing to pay a premium for a smidge more portability than that you could be enjoying with either a 13-inch MacBook or MacBook Pro, we've got a tidbit that might be of interest to you: Supplies of the sliver-thin ultra-portable are dwindling at a number of normally well-stocked vendors, such as Amazon, MacMall and MacConnection.