News & Reviews: Apple MacBook Air specs
Apple M1-powered MacBook Air, MacBook Pro & Mac mini now available in Malaysia, starting price from RM2999Dec 10, 2020
It's been a month since Apple introduced the new MacBook Air, MacBook Pro and Mac mini. Not only are these laptops and desktop new but they are also equipped with the latest M1 processor made by Apple. Finally after a month, the products are now available on the Apple Malaysia website.
Nov 25, 2020
If you have been keeping an eye on the Apple MacBook Air with the M1 processor, you probably have heard of its power and battery efficiency. Well, some guys tested out with the AnTuTu benchmark and the score passed over 1 million points which is unheard of. But of course, some adjustments have to be made for that to happen.
Nov 11, 2020
After what has been a long wait for fans, Apple finally launched its new MacBooks earlier today. But if you were hoping to get the older models for a cheaper price, you may be out of luck. If you try to shop for older MacBook Air models now, you'll find they are no longer available.
The thinnest Apple MacBook Air unveiled with Intel Core processors, Retina display with 4 million pixels, Thunderbolt 3 ports and more starting from RM4142Oct 31, 2018
Aside from the new Apple iPad Pro and Mac mini, the company's MacBook Air makes a comeback this year with several new upgrades. In fact, it has been reported that the new MacBook Mini is using an Intel processor which is related to the W Y-Series Amber Lake chips and it's really powerful. That said, the starting price listed on the Apple Malaysia is RM4142.
May 17, 2017
As Apple WWDC 17 draws closer, we got our first news of the upcoming products that will be shown at the event. According to sources, a new Macbook and Macbook Pro model will be announced, as well as a Macbook Air.
Oct 26, 2016
Tomorrow on 27 October, Apple will be holding an event (Hello Again) revealing new Mac lineup. It's been awhile actually, since the last Mac upgrade (more than a year) particularly for the MacBook Air and MacBook Pro, and even more so for the Mac mini and Mac Pro for years. The last time that Apple did one was the Retina MacBook that came out in early 2015. So what can we expect? Perhaps three new Mac products?