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Roadmap details Apple M2 Extreme SoC with 48 CPU cores and up to 128 GPU cores together with new M2-based MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, Mac, and 7K Pro Display XDR

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The best MacBook in 2022

In 2020, Apple’s M1 chip in the MacBook Air and MacBook Pro 13 became the biggest improvement to the MacBook range in years, making them top laptops for 2021. Now, Apple has topped the M1 with its brand-new M1 Pro and M1 Max chips, which can be found inside the MacBook Pro 14 and MacBook…

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Redesigned MacBook Air may have an M1

TF International Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo “strongly believes” that the upcoming MacBook Air redesign will feature an M1 chip, instead of the widely expected “M2” upgrade. Kuo made the comment to 9to5Mac following a tweet where he predicted an “all-new” design for the laptop with more color options and no Mini LED display. The redesigned…

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MacBook Air 2022 Rumors: What Are the Chances of an M2 Chip?

The most recent MacBook Air, from late 2020.  Dan Ackerman/CNET Apple’s is set to host its “Peek Performance” event today (here’s how you can watch it live), and we’re expecting the iPhone SE 3, new iPads and Macs to make an appearance. We got two new MacBook Air models in 2020, but 2021 was a…

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MacBook Pro M1 Max Review: Apple’s Best Computer In A Decade

Chris Davies/SlashGear Lift the lid — which has, like the rest of the chassis, a somewhat retro feel to it with the squared-off edges — and you find the new keyboard. Black keys set in a recessed ocean of matching black deck, atop a sizable Force Touch keyboard. There’s an inverted-T arrow key cluster, a […]

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A folding-screen MacBook is an absolutely terrible idea

Home News Computing (Image credit: GaudiLab / Shutterstock) It’s hard to imagine a more ridiculous idea than an all-screen MacBook that replaces a full-sized keyboard with a virtual one. That’s the latest rumor. Apple’s so amped, according to reports, about the possibility of a foldable iPhone that it’s already trying to figure out how to bring…

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Apple MacBook Air 2022: What to Expect and Every Rumor

The most recent MacBook Air, from late 2020.  Dan Ackerman/CNET We went from having two new MacBook Air models in 2020 to having zero in 2021. That makes me think it’s getting close to time for an updated version of what I’ve often called the most universally useful laptop you can buy. The MacBook Air has…

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Mac-nificent Seven: Apple analyst reiterates incoming new Mac models for 2022 including M2 MacBook Air and 13-inch MacBook Pro

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Chrome MacBook

Chrome OS Flex: How to turn an old MacBook into an iCloud notebook

Most Mac users wouldn’t dream of replacing macOS with anything but the latest update, but Google wants you to at least consider another option: Chrome OS. Google describes its new Chrome OS Flex as a “free and sustainable way” to install Google’s online OS on any Mac or PC. The target audience is cash-strapped schools and businesses…

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Chrome MacBook

Chrome OS Flex: How to turn an old MacBook into an iCloud notebook

Most Mac users wouldn’t dream of replacing macOS with anything but the latest update, but Google wants you to at least consider another option: Chrome OS. Google describes its new Chrome OS Flex as a “free and sustainable way” to install Google’s online OS on any Mac or PC. The target audience is cash-strapped schools and businesses…