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MacBook Air vs MacBook vs 13-inch MacBook Pro: Which of Apple’s small laptops is right for you?

If you’re confused by Apple’s 12- and 13-inch MacBook offerings, we don’t blame you. Here’s what to buy, what to avoid, and what to consider when choosing between them.

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MacBook Air review: Out with the old and in with the new, for better or worse

The new MacBook Air is essentially the 12-inch MacBook, made larger.

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13-inch MacBook Pro SSD service program FAQ: Everything you need to know

Apple has launched an SSD repair program for the 13-inch non-Touch Bar MacBook Pro. Here's everything you need to know.

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iFixit's MacBook Air teardown reveals Apple's most repairable notebook in years

iFixit found a few surprises during its teardown of the new MacBook Air, and some of them are surprisingly pleasant.

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$799 Mac mini review: Impressive multi-core performance from Apple’s most affordable Mac

The new Mac mini is faster than its four-year-old predecessor. That’s no surprise. What may be surprising is the dramatic boost it has with multi-core, professional apps.

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Why the new Mac mini makes me concerned about the upcoming Mac Pro

The Mac mini received its first update in more than four years, but it didn't deliver the kind of rethinking we thought it would. So what does that mean for the Mac Pro?

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MacBook Air Hands-on: All-new but still very familiar

Apple's new MacBook Air adds everything we want in Apple's ultra-portable laptop without messing with the classic formula.

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The new MacBook Air: Everything you need to know

Apple has finally replaced the MacBook Air with a truly modern machine.

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Apple finally updates Mac mini with new quad- and 6-core CPUs, space gray case

After four years since its last update, Apple on Tuesday announced a new Mac mini with modern processors and specifications.

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A new MacBook may be on the way, but I'm not buying one until Apple dumps Intel for its own chip

Invitations have gone out for Apple's October Mac and iPad event, but Ming-Chi Kuo is already predicting something better: an A-Series-powered MacBook by 2020. And that's the one I want.

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Bait and fix: Apple is basically forcing you to get AppleCare for your new MacBook Pro

Apple has implemented a new policy that will render your MacBook Pro 'inoperative' if you try to fix it at home or through an unauthorized repair shop.

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The Full Nerd

MacBook Pro throttling vs PCs, Core i7 losing hyper-threading rumors, and Q&A | The Full Nerd Ep. 60

In today's Full Nerd, we cover the throttling issues plaguing the MacBook Pro and compare it to Windows laptops. Then we'll talk about the rumors of Intel taking hyper-threading out of Core i7 CPUs.

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Apple says, yes, the new MacBook Pro is throttling, but here’s the fix

Fix address a software bug in the MacBookPro firmware that affected processor speed.

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This 4-port USB hub is just $3.50 today, $4.50 off list

Unitek's portable USB 3.0 4-port high speed hub is just $3.50 today using a promo code, a sharp discount from its $8 list price.

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What to expect from the MacBook Pro’s leap to 8th-generation Intel processors

Apple is finally refreshing the MacBook Pro line with 8th-generation (Coffee Lake) Intel CPUs, and everything is about to get a whole lot faster.

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