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Compounding previous reports of global stock shortages of Apple’s slim-line MacBook Airs, plus the rumoured product numbers we saw the other day, now some leaked pricing supposedly points directly to a new MacBook Airs. 9to5Mac reports that it managed to get a sneaky peek at the pricing for the previously leaked SKUs, which confirms that they are indeed for four new MacBook Airs in a pair of spec levels for the two screen sizes, 11 inches and 13 inches.
Compounding the recent stock shortages of Apple’s MacBook Air, it seems Cupertino’s not-quite-so-airtight seal has leaked a few new model numbers. They point to either a refreshed MacBook Air or MacBook Pro with retina display waiting in the wings for WWDC.
Apple has adjusted its Retina MacBook Pro and MacBook Airs in Australia to beef up the processing power while dropping the price, but is it in response to government pressure?
Everyone’s been making fun of the Surface Pro for being so stingy on hard drive space. The 128GB version of the Surface Pro only has 90GB of free space (originally reported to be 83GB but since boosted). Where the hell did the other 38 gigs go? Well, you could ask the same question to the 128GB version of the MacBook Air. The MBA only has 92GB of free space. What!
Truly! There is absolutely no age cut-off for learning a new technology. I mean, if a four-year-old can operate an iPad, there is absolutely no reason why that infant’s grandmother or grandfather shouldn’t be able to as well. After all, most if not all of our grandparents have used a typewriter at one point or another. And that’s already a step above the kind of hands-on life experience a pre-schooler is working with.