Whether you're switching on a new MacBook Air M1 for the first time or setting up your well used Air after some much-needed R&R, there are some important things that should be done up front to get it going. An in-depth look at some of the most important things you need to know when setting up your new MacBook Air, as well as commonly overlooked features that will get it working just how you like.
Whether you're a student or family, it's back-to school time when many people decide to buy new Macbooks. Before making your purchase, consideration should be given in order to not have any regrets later on down the line. There are two laptop lines from Apple, the 13-inch MacBook Air and 15/16/14 inches MacBook Pro. The product lines are somewhat distinct for offering different screen sizes to choose from; you'll have made your decision based on other specifications like storage space or processor speed if it's not too heavy already loaded up with RAM memory.
Apple released the MacBook Air with the M1 chip and it has been a huge success. Have you tried this device yet? Once you do you will agree that it is a huge success for Apple. You can use the new MacBook Air with the M1 chip in many different ways and it will not let you down. Let's dig right into some of the amazing details about this device.
It's a new year. And if you are a gamer you know exactly what that means: new games! If you are a Mac lover, you may want to be able to play games on your Mac laptop.
Best MacBook for Students -Saturday, 3 August 2019
If you're a student, choosing a MacBook for your needs might be a little tricky. Should you get a 12in MacBook, a MacBook Pro, or a MacBook Air? Let’s examine each of these options to figure out what is best for what you need.