Apple wants to turn its computers up to 11 with a major overhaul to the software that runs MacBooks, iMacs and more.
Available next week, the new Air with the M1 SoC promises big gains in processing and graphics performance but still up to 18 hours of battery.
With its proprietary M1 processor leading the event, Apple announced three new devices featuring the new chip.
It’s the longest battery life of any Mac ever, Apple says.
Many people probably care less about the Apple silicon inside and more about the new low price.
You’ll be able to work seamlessly between your iPhone, iPad and Mac with new universal apps for MacOS.
These three new systems, the MacBook Air, MacBook Pro and Mac Mini, speed past their predecessors — but not without some caveats for early adopters.
The classic MacBook Air gets the biggest makeover in Apple’s new M1 chip Mac lineup, going fanless and adding hours battery life.
MacOS 11 brings new capabilities and more unity with the rest of your Apple devices.
If you’ve been holding off on buying a new iMac, this new version with an M1 chip and 1080p webcam is its biggest makeover since 2012.