New MacBook Air Owners Having WiFi Problems

The new MacBook Air has some prominent updates, especially on battery life, but one issue has cropped up on lots of different Apple forums and support boards, the WiFi. While the new MacBook Air has support for 802.11ac, the newest WiFi standard allowing users to connect faster and with more speed, it seems there is something wrong with


Next MacBooks will have 50% more battery life

Apple has a longstanding reputation with Intel and has always got the newest Intel chips in their MacBooks, we expect the same will happen this year and Apple’s new range of laptops will have 50% more battery life. Intel’s new Haswell chips put major focus on power consumption and graphical fidelity, with 50% less power


Haswell based MacBooks starting production in May

Tim Cook described the next few months for Apple as “quiet”, but he may not have been talking about product launches, instead he meant new products and innovations Apple is currently working on. As for the current line of products, the iPhone, iPad, iPod, Mac, MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, it will be business as usual,

Microsoft’s Surface Pro Actually has More Storage Than we Think

Microsoft’s Windows Phone 8 operating system has failed to gain traction as the company’s continued attempts at a revival haven’t reaped fruits. The company’s aspirations in the tablet market too were heavily stunted when the Surface RT failed to impress the market (mainly because of Microsoft’s insane marketing strategy). However, all of that was supposed

Apple Upgrading its MacBook Air

Apple is upgrading the MacBook Air with new features, including an Ivy Bridge processor and better graphics, among others. This is currently the third-generation of MacBook Air laptops available from the Cupertino company. Despite these additions, the device will still have the same price tag of $999 or about €799. This [easyazon-link asin=”B005CWJ8YA” locale=”us”]Apple MacBook Air[/easyazon-link]

Apple Enclosed Patent on MacBook Wedge-Shaped Profile

In a move to keep its products unique in the market, Apple has gotten a broad design patent for the wedge shaped profile of the MacBook Air from the United States Patent and Trademark Office. Apple specified in patent No. D661,296 S that it owns the design seen on the MacBook Air. This design refers