End of Intel processers in Mac computers ?

Rumors are circulating about Apple dropping Intel chips (Apple replaced PowerPC chips for Intel chips in 2006) to use it’s own ARM based chips in Mac lines of computers. Intel started manufacturing its own microprocessor after it acquire PA Semi in 2008. Apple’s most popular products, iPhone and iPad, are powered by it’s latest A5…

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Goodbye Apple’s White MacBook, MacBook Air to replace it

Apple’s entry-level white MacBook will no longer be available for purchase for general customers. Introduced to succeed iBook and PowerBook some five-years back, is officially replaced by the entry-level MacBook Air. The MacBook Air costs the same price as the white MacBook, $999. Apple has said that the remaining stock of white polycarbonate MacBook will…

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Thin laptops – Macbook Air wasn’t the first !

Thanks to the innovation, aesthetics, and advertisement, Apple Macbook Air is the only name that comes to minds of many when light and thin laptops are talked about. As expected, Apple unveiled Macbook Air of smaller form factor in addition to the regular 13.3 inch model on October 20, 2010. The first of the thin…

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Smaller MacBook Air expected in ‘Back to the Mac’ event

It is expected that Apple may introduce a revised MacBook Air on Wednesday’s “Back to the Mac” event. Other expectations are: unveiling of Mac OS X 10.7,  new versions of its productivity (iWorks) and lifestyle software (iLife) suites. Rumors are going around on MacBook Air with an 11.6in screen – much smaller than the current…

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Apple computer – time-line (1976 – 2010)

Two high school buddies, both named Steven, founded Apple Computer in 1976. Since then, Apple Computer has repeatedly been at the forefront of technology design and innovation. Some key mile-stones in the company’s history are listed below: 1976 – Apple Computer is founded on April 1 by Steven Wozniak and Steven Jobs. The Apple I…

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