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Apple unveils new 13- and 15-inch MacBook Air with powerful M3 chip


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With M3, MacBook Air is up to 60 percent faster than the model with the M1 chip and up to 13x faster than the fastest Intel-based MacBook Air. With a faster and more efficient Neural Engine in M3, MacBook Air continues to be the world’s best consumer laptop for AI.

A lot of market speak but this might finally convince me to upgrade from my 9 year old workhorse MacBook Air.

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A lot of market speak but this might finally convince me to upgrade from my 9 year old workhorse MacBook Air.

I upgraded from an old intel to the top of the line MacBook Pro 16-inch 2 years ago. And it's been a great investment I don't regret at all. I won't replace my laptop until at least M5. But you will be suprised by performance and battery life improvements you'll get switching from an Intel MacBook Air.

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Made in China..

Thanks China..

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That looks amazing, but I'll keep my Mac Book pro from 5 years ago. It's still working well and my wife and I have no complaints. Maybe we will look into that when our computer gives up.

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TokyoLivingToday  07:49 am JST

Made in China..

Thanks China..

Just like the computer you are now typing on.

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I just bought an M2 15" MacBook Air to replace the 2017 13" one, which I'll probably give to the in-laws as there's nothing really wrong with it except the screen's too small for my needs.

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I could not afford Apple products. Or just refuse to pay their price's. I have Think Pad X1 Carbon G11. $1500.00. I am sure it can keep up with Apples latest and greatest.

Matter of fact let me take you all back when I realized I could not afford Apples price.

As an 80s kid. If you wanted a home PC. It was the Texas Instruments TI99A, or the Commadore 64, or the what the rich kids had. The Apple I. Its cost was $666.66....We could talk about why that price from Steve Jobs. But another conversation for another day.

TI-99A won out. Defender was fun to play in my house.

Texas instruments system made many wonderful memories.

Every since, the only apple product I have and still use is the U2 Edition 500 Gig IPOD on my Sony floor bluetoothXV800 speaker. And I tunes. The IPOD I won in a Yamada denki raffle.

Anyways a neat little video on the TI 99A system and what it could do.

Apple fans. I get it. I just can not get the price...... some Iphones are 3K here in Korea. Crazy.


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