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Macworld At a glance Our VerdictThe MacBook Air with M2 is a significant improvement over its predecessor. It offers better performance, a more modern design, an improved display and some small but excellent improvements. There will be many for whom the older model is more than adequate, but the newer model costs just $100/£100 more and offers so much more value for money so it is our recommendation. Best Prices Today: Apple 13-inch MacBook Air (2022, M2) Retailer Price $999.00 View Deal $1,097.96 View Deal $1099.00 View Deal $1099.00 View Deal Price comparison from over 24,000 stores worldwide View more prices The M2 MacBook Air went on sale in July 2022. Compared to the M1 MacBook Air that launched in…
Macworld At a glance Our VerdictThe MacBook Air with M2 is a significant improvement over its predecessor. It offers better performance, a more modern design, an improved display and some small but excellent improvements. There will be many for whom the older model is more than adequate, but the newer model costs just $100/£100 more and offers so much more value for money so it is our recommendation. Best Prices Today: Apple 13-inch MacBook Air (2022, M2) Retailer Price $999.00 View Deal $1,095.76 View Deal $1099.00 View Deal $1099.00 View Deal Price comparison from over 24,000 stores worldwide View more prices The M2 MacBook Air went on sale in July 2022. Compared to the M1 MacBook Air that launched in…
Macworld At a glance Our VerdictThe 15-inch MacBook Air is the perfect laptop for those who want a large display, compact build, and enough power for general day-to-day computing. If you want more power for things like video editing and high-end gaming, however, then it’s the Pro all the way. Best Prices Today: Apple 15-inch MacBook Air (M2, 256 GB, 2023) Retailer Price $1,234.00 View Deal Price comparison from over 24,000 stores worldwide The MacBook Air has always been a svelte and compact device that is lightweight and easy to carry around. And now it’s got a big screen too: Apple has introduced a MacBook Air with a 15-inch screen that’s just as thin and light as the 13-inch model…
Macworld If you’ve ordered a new iPhone recently, you’ll notice that the box is a whole lot slimmer than in previous years. That’s because the bulkiest accessory is gone: the power adapter. Apple has removed the charger from all iPhones it sells, so whether you’re spending $429/£449 on an iPhone SE or $1,599/£1,749 on a maxed-out iPhone 14 Pro Max, you need to bring your own charger. Any old charger and Lightning cable you have lying around will work, of course. But if you’ve been using Apple’s feeble old 5W adapter, it’s a perfect time to upgrade. Apple now supplies a USB-C-to-Lightning cable in all iPhone boxes to allow for fast charging, so all you need is the right charger.…
Apple’s upcoming Vision Pro headset will feature a new augmented reality (AR) version of the Visual Lookup feature found in iPhones and iPads. This feature, dubbed “Visual Search,” will allow wearers to get information about various items by simply looking at them. Apple Vision Pro features a pair of advanced, custom micro‑OLED displays deliver more pixels than a 4K TV to each eye — for stunning clarity. The feature was discovered this week by MacRumors contributor Steve Moser, who inspected code within the Xcode beta of visionOS, Apple’s AR and reality operating system that will power the Vision Pro headset. Moser found references to Visual Search in the code, which suggests that the feature is still under development. Visual Search…
Macworld Apple currently sells two laptop lines: the MacBook Pro (which comes in 13-inch M2, 14-inch M2 Pro/Max and 16-inch M2 Pro/Max models) and the MacBook Air (which is available in 13.3-inch M1 or 13.6-inch M2 and a, new for 2023, 15-inch M2 MacBook Air). That is a lot of Mac laptops with very different specs. In this article, we are concerned with the Mac laptops that are best suited to average use: home, student and office work. The 14- and 16-inch MacBook Pro models with M2 Pro or M2 Mac chips are better suited to pro users and have much higher prices, so we won’t be including them here. But if you are wondering whether your needs might extend…
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