Apple is rumored to be working on a new 12-inch MacBook which will supposedly have a high resolution display. This new MacBook is expected to be released in mid 2014.
It isn’t known right now when Apple intends to unveil its refreshed iPad models. A new rumor from a French blog suggests that the company might conduct a media event on October 15 to announce the tablets.
The latest MacBook Air, the one that Apple unveiled back at WWDC 2013, is reportedly plagued by a display bug that causes intermittent loss of video output to the display. It joins the laundry list of bugs in 2013 MacBook Air that have already been discovered.
Rumor has it that Apple wants to expand the adoption of IGZO displays to its MacBooks as well. IGZO displays consume less power and are therefore a viable selection if the company wants further increase battery life on MacBooks.
Apple has now developed a fix for the Wi-Fi issues that were persistent in both 11 and 13 inch 2013 MacBook Air models. It has invited a select few users to join its AppleSeed Program to test this update before its release.
Apple is now reportedly investigating the Wi-Fi issues that are plaguing its 2013 MacBook Air that touts support for latest Wi-Fi 802.11ac standard.
At WWDC 2013 Apple announced that the MacBook Air lineup was being refreshed with Intel’s new Haswell processors and 802.11ac Wi-Fi. Quite a few users are now reporting that they are facing Wi-Fi connectivity issues with their new laptops.
Benchmark tests confirm that the latest MacBook Airs are able to achieve SSD read/write speeds exceeding 700 MB/s, which is smoking fast. Tests on Apple’s new new MacBook Airs, performed by French site MacBidouille, reveal that Apple is using the same PCIe based SSDs in these notebooks that they have announced for the upcoming Mac
At WDDC 2013, Apple unleashed their new, compact Mac Pro (8 times smaller than previous generation) as well as a refresh to their MacBook Air line up.