MacBook Air and MacBook Pro updated for back-to-school season - Apple


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I think was still their best device.
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6 days ago by jgordon
PRESS RELEASE July 9, 2019 MacBook Air and MacBook Pro updated for back-to-school season Students Can Purchase MacBook Air for $999 and the 13-inch MacBook Pro…
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7 days ago by thomas.carrington
PRESS RELEASE July 9, 2019 MacBook Air and MacBook Pro updated for back-to-school season Students Can Purchase MacBook Air for $999 and the 13-inch MacBook Pro…
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7 days ago by scottsin
RT minist : 애플이 가을 맥OS 카탈리나 발표전에 예상을 깨고 맥 라인업을 업데이트. 맥북 에어와 맥북 프로는 업그레이드 뿐 아니라 가격 까지 인하. 에어가 $1,099로 가격이 내리면서 12인치 맥북은 단종. 13인치 맥북은 쿼드코어 8세대를 포함하지만 논-터치바 모델은 단종 http://bit.ly/2LGRyW1 http://bit.ly/2xKvbGJ July 10, 2019 at 04:49AM http://twitter.com/minist/status/1148680483343089664
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8 days ago by seoulrain
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8 days ago by joewiz
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Apple Newsroom:

Apple today updated MacBook Air, adding True Tone to its Retina display for a more natural viewing experience, and lowering the price to $1,099, with an even lower price of $999 for college students. In addition, the entry-level $1,299 13-inch MacBook Pro has been updated with the latest 8th-generation quad-core processors, making it two times more powerful than before. It also now features Touch Bar and Touch ID, a True Tone Retina display and the Apple T2 Security Chip, and is available for $1,199 for college students.

In addition to bumping the specs on these two models and lowering their prices, Apple also got rid of the non-retina Air (except for education institutional buyers) and completely dropped the 12-inch MacBook. We all knew the non-retina Air would eventually — finally — go away. Unless I’m overlooking something, Apple no longer sells (to consumers) any devices with non-retina displays.

I’m a little surprised to see the MacBook dropped completely, but the Air, though bigger, is a much more capable machine. Overall, it is a tremendous simplification of the entire MacBook lineup, and that’s a good thing. Retina Air and two sizes of MacBook Pro — hard to see how it could get any simpler.

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8 days ago by josephschmitt
Apple Newsroom:

Apple today updated MacBook Air, adding True Tone to its Retina display for a more natural viewing experience, and lowering the price to $1,099, with an even lower price of $999 for college students. In addition, the entry-level $1,299 13-inch MacBook Pro has been updated with the latest 8th-generation quad-core processors, making it two times more powerful than before. It also now features Touch Bar and Touch ID, a True Tone Retina display and the Apple T2 Security Chip, and is available for $1,199 for college students.

In addition to bumping the specs on these two models and lowering their prices, Apple also got rid of the non-retina Air (except for education institutional buyers) and completely dropped the 12-inch MacBook. We all knew the non-retina Air would eventually — finally — go away. Unless I’m overlooking something, Apple no longer sells (to consumers) any devices with non-retina displays.

I’m a little surprised to see the MacBook dropped completely, but the Air, though bigger, is a much more capable machine. Overall, it is a tremendous simplification of the entire MacBook lineup, and that’s a good thing. Retina Air and two sizes of MacBook Pro — hard to see how it could get any simpler.

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8 days ago by rufous
Thank god this finally happened. The Mac laptop line up actually make sense now.
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8 days ago by ssbash
Cupertino, California — Apple today updated MacBook Air, adding True Tone to its Retina display for a more natural viewing experience, and lowering the price to $1,099, with an even lower price of $999 for college students. In addition, the entry-level $1,299 13-inch MacBook Pro has been updated with the latest 8th-generation quad-core processors, making it two times more powerful than before. It also now features Touch Bar and Touch ID, a True Tone Retina display and the Apple T2 Security Chip, and is available for $1,199 for college students.
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8 days ago by leolaporte
Apple updates MacBook Air and MacBook Pro for back-to-school season, kills off MacBook
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8 days ago by edan