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Apple unveils new MacBook Air models

October 20th, 2010

It shouldn’t come as much of a surprise, but Apple today announced a long-awaited refresh of its MacBook Air notebook line. Apple’s airy laptops haven’t been its most popular series by any means, but there is no question that the company’s remarkably thin notebooks struck a chord among jet-setters and young urbanites with expendable income. …

Apple makes iLife '11 official

October 20th, 2010

Roughly every two-years, like clockwork, Apple updates its digital media management and creation suite, iLife… and today the trend continues. At the company’s “Back to the Mac” event, Apple CEO Steve Jobs, with help from several executives and product managers, detailed and demoed the latest iterations of, iMovie, iPhoto, and Garageband included in the new iLife ’11 …

Apple to stream 'Back to the Mac' event today, 10:00 AM PT

October 20th, 2010

Although it hasn’t hit the company’s U.S. homepage just yet, it looks like Apple will live-stream their “Back to the Mac” event being held later today. If you’ve got a thing for black mock turtle-neck shirts and Apple equipment, you might want to clear your schedule for 10:00 AM PT — you also might want to …

Apple's website outs iLife '11, new Macbook Air, mystery product

October 20th, 2010

Ahead of its “Back to the Mac” media event scheduled for this afternoon, Apple’s own discussion forums have outed several of the company’s new products set to be introduced later today. Categories for iPhoto ’11, Garageband ’11, and iMovie ’11 all but confirm the existence of the company’s next iLife suite. A category with the heading “MBA” would — …

MacBook Air refresh to tout 8-10 hour battery, cost only $999?

October 18th, 2010

A refresh of the now aged MacBook Air line is almost a foregone conclusion at this point, with Apple’s “Back to the Mac” event scheduled to take place later this week. Now, more purported specs are making the rounds by way of Cult of Mac, and they definitely look appealing.  According to the blog’s sources, …

Apple holding 'Back to the Mac' event on October 20

October 13th, 2010

This just in: Apple will be holding a media event titled “Back to the Mac” on October 20. The invitation seems to indicate that the focus of the meeting will be on/around Mac OS X 10.7 — maybe to be called “Lion”? — and the Mac. That’s all we have for now. Let the speculation …