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New 11-inch MacBook Air 2010:Spec and Price

As we predicted Apple today unveiled their new MacBook Airs, there are two sizes available either 11-inch or 13-inch models, in this article we will speak about the 11-inch model’s technical specifications and pricing.
All variants of the 11-inch models feature an 11.6-inch LED-backlit glossy widescreen display which supports a native resolution of 1366 x 768, NVIDIA GeForce 320M graphics, a Mini DisplayPort, WiFi b/g/n, 2 x USB 2.0 ports, Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR, a 3.5mm headphone port and a Multi-Touch trackpad.
The cheapest model is available for $999, this gives you an Intel Core 2 Duo (1.4GHz) processor, 2GB of DDR3 SDRAM and 64GB of flash storage, in terms of internal hardware upgrades the only you can do is add another 2GB of DDR3 SDRAM, this will cost an extra $100.
The other 11-inch model costs $1,199.00, as standard you get an Intel Core 2 Duo (1.4GHz) processor, 2GB of DDR3 SDRAM and 128GB of flash storage. There are more internal upgrade options available with this variant, you can upgrade to a 1.6GHz Core 2 Duo chip for an extra $100, if you want 4GB of RAM this will also cost you an additional $100.
As usual there is a long list of software and accessories which you can choose, if you would like to see Apple’s official 11-inch MacBook spec sheet check out this link, also
If you would like to buy the new MacBook Air check out this link.


New 13-inch MacBook Air 2010: Price and Specs

we would show you the 13-inch model’s specs and price options.

All 13-inch variants feature an 13.3-inch LED-backlit glossy widescreen display which supports a native resolution of 1440 x 900, the graphics are the same as the 11-inch model, such as the NVIDIA GeForce 320M graphics, 2 x USB 2.0 ports, Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR, a Mini DisplayPort, WiFi b/g/n, a 3.5mm headphone port and a Multi-Touch trackpad.
The cheapest 13-inch model costs $1,299 and features an Intel Core 2 Duo (1.86GHz) processor, 2GB of DDR3 RAM and 128GB of flash storage, if you want you can add another 2GB of RAM for an extra $100.
The best 13-inch model costs $1,599, this has an identical spec as the previously mentioned model, however you get 256GB of flash storage instead of 128GB. You also get an extra upgrade option, you can add 2GB of RAM for $100 and you can also trade in your 1.8GHz chip for a 2.13GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor for an additional $100.
If you would like to see full technical specs for the new 13-inch MacBook Air models check out this link, if you would like to buy one check out this link.

MacBook Air Review: Battery Performance and Connectivity

Steve Jobs did his best to convince us that we need a new MacBook Air device, and that we now have a choice between a refresh of the 13.3-inch model and a new 11.6-inch version. During his keynote, Jobs discussed a couple of key features on the devices, battery performance and connectivity.
So let us review these new features and see what Apple has done behind the scenes. The current MacBook Air will last up to 5 hours at a push, but I have never managed to achieve that. The new 11-inch model is expected to offer 5 hours and 7 hours on the 13-inch model.
Both sizes are said to last up to 30 days when in standby – now this is something that would be worth upgrading for. Steve Jobs said that these new Air’s are very green – meaning that power consumption is kept to a minimum.
Connectivity wise things have been improved, but let us take a look at the 13.3-inch version, as this is the one that we already have some experience with. The current version has one USB port, Mini DisplayPort, Headphone Socket and a MagSafe. The new model has all of the above but offers an extra USB port and the much-needed addition of an SD Card reader.
Just those two extra features alone would make things a whole lot easier, as I would not have to carry an external card reader or my camera lead around with me. Are these or the other new features enough to make you purchase the new MacBook Air? For more details visit the Apple website.
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iLife ’11 Gets Heavy Dose of Creative Magic, Steals Today’s Show Despite a massive lion lurking in the background of the press invite for today’s event, the big news didn’t have much to do with OS X 10.7 (now officially “Lion”); instead, the big news was about the new MacBook Air pair, the Mac App Store, FaceTime for Mac — and iLife ’11
In fact, iLife almost stole the thunder from the later “one more thing” MacBook Air announcement. And for good reason: There’re some really impressive features included in this round of what is quite possibly the best software suite to ever come standard on a manufacturer’s entire product line.


Apple Stores Running Low On iLife ’09, ’11 Next Wednesday?

Next week on October 20th, we can take it pretty much for granted that Apple is going to unveil the next iteration of OS X, 10.7 codenamed ‘Lion’, along with their annual October MacBook refreshes. What about iLife ’11, though, which we’ve been seeing burbling up for months now in the form of Idiot’s Guides and instruction manuals on Amazon and the like? Can we expect that to be announced as well?
It’s looking good. Apparently, retail employees of Apple’s stores are running low on their supplies of the last iLife software suite, with no new stock due to come in. This is in addition to seeing prices drop on Amazon: an inventory clear out that usually serves as precursor to a new iLife launch.
What’s new in iLife ’11? Hard to say for sure, but rumor has it that iDVD may go the way of the iDodo and the whole suite may have been rewritten from the ground up for 64-bit. There’s also rumors about beefier iOS integration and maybe even FaceTime support. We’ll all know next Wednesday.

Mac Homepages Closing on November 8th… Will iLife ’11 Launch November 9th?

If you’ve still got your old photos or videos hosted on Apple’s dusty .Mac service, the progenitor of MobileMe, it’s time to get ready to make a change, as Apple is now telling its .Mac homepage users that starting November 8th, their content will no longer by viewable through the world wide web.
It’s not quite as bad as it sounds, though. Essentially, if you’ve got media hosted on .Mac, that content will simply be retired into the Movies, Pictures or Public folders of your MobileMe iDisk, and you can sling them back online if you’d like using MobileMe Gallery. Web pages published with iWeb won’t be affected, so it seems like your homepages are safe.


iLife ’11 Coming In August With New Features And Mystery Application?

t’s rumored that the update will happen on August 7th, 2010, and will introduce a whole host of new features including a new ”mystery” application:

- iLife ’11 will be sold for $79
- Release Date of 08/07/2010
- All applications will be 64-bit
- Improvements in iPhoto faces & places
- Improving the integration of social networks
- iWeb will be totally renewed
- New application (mystery!)
- Disappearance of iDVD
- MobileMe gallery in beta (with faces & places)
Several rumors have circulated recently regarding an update to iLife, some of which claim the new update will be labelled iLife ’10. However, as MacRumors points out, the iLife ’11 name would be more consistent with Apple’s previous behavior; iLife ’08 was introduced in August, 2007.