Apple Updated An Entirely New Line Of MacBook Airs, New MacBook Pro

Posted on Jun 10 2013 - 11:25pm by Editorial Staff

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Apple today at its WWDC 2013 unveiled an entirely new line of MacBook Airs. The new MacBook Air is based on Haswell ULT and having a great processor for battery. Apple claims the new MacBook Air having an all-day battery life. It further includes 40% faster graphics, 11 inch will get 9 hours, 13 inch will get 12 hours and having an up to 10 hours of movie playback.

It further includes 802.11ac Wi-Fi, new AirPort base stations, and entirely new designs – 4 inches by 6 inches. There are new Time Capsules — 2TB or 3TB hard drives. MacBook Airs start shipping today and will cost your pocket $999 for 11-inch model and $1,099 for 13-inch.

For the new MacBook Pro, the company has redesigned with a new, cylindrical chassis and vastly upgraded internals comes with a 12-core, 256-bit Intel Xeon processor, with 1,866MHz DDR3 Memory and 60GBps performance. It will uses the flash storage. The new MacBook Pro will be exclusively assembled in the USA.

To catch WWDC 2013 updates, click here.

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