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Old 11-Jun-2013
Ginni Singh
WWDC 2013: Apple introduces new Macbook Air range

As expected Apple has given the Macbook Air a dose of Haswell. The Cupertino based tech major has announced a refreshed range of the Macbook Air. The new notebooks will be available in the same 11.6 and 13.3-inch variants, like before. This round of upgrades is all under the hood.

New Macbook Air range

Apple has gone in for Intel's latest Haswell line of processors, which were unveiled at Computex earlier this month, to power the Air. As expected the Haswell upgrade is said to give a major power boost the notebooks. The 11-inch Air is said to have a 9 hour battery, doubling its life from the 5 hours earlier, while the refreshed 13-inch Macbook Air will keep humming for 12 long hours as opposed to the 7 hours the earlier version had. Both the variants come with support for 802.11ac Wi-Fi. The 11-inch Macbook Air starts at $999 and the 13-inch one at $1,099. Both start shipping today.

Apple's not stopping just at Air. At WWDC 2013, the Cupertino brand has also teased the Mac Pro, its tiny desktop PC. According to Phil Schiller, Sr. VP, Marketing at Apple, the PRO is "without doubt the future of the pro desktop." The new Mac Pro will be assembled in the United States. The circular tube shaped computer is scheduled to arrive later this year and comes with four USB 3.0 ports, 6 Thunderbolt ports and dual AMD GPUs all packed into 1/8th the volume of the previous model

Old 11-Jun-2013
Re: WWDC 2013: Apple introduces new Macbook Air range

lol Steve ki gya,Apple waleya da vision e mukk geya
Oh "X" -Factor ni rhea apple products'ch bas ehme dhakke naal specs push kri jande,innovation ta koi eh ni kuj

Old 11-Jun-2013
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The new MBA differs from previous mid 2012 MBA in that it has:

1. More efficient processor

2. Much better battery life

3. Faster Wi-Fi

4. Faster SSD storage

5. Dual microphones

6. Better graphics

Furthermore, it costs $100 less (at least for 13" models) and should be freely upgradable to OS X Mavericks, once the same gets released.

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