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ipadfirst:

Editorial is a wonderful new plaintext based Markdown editor for iPad with a ton of innovative features. Includes Inline Markdown Preview, built in browser, customizable workflows, Dropbox support, and much, much, more. Most of it without getting in your way. Really nice app.

ipadfirst:

Editorial is a wonderful new plaintext based Markdown editor for iPad with a ton of innovative features. Includes Inline Markdown Preview, built in browser, customizable workflows, Dropbox support, and much, much, more. Most of it without getting in your way. Really nice app.

thetechgets:

iFixit tears down new 13-inch MacBook Air, finds secrets behind speedy SSD, 802.11ac Wifi and long battery life
We know a few things that Apple has included in the new MacBook Air lineup launched at WWDC yesterday– fourth-gen Intel Haswell chips, faster 802.11ac, 45% faster flash storage, dual microphones– but there could be a few other tweaks hiding inside that Apple didn’t announce live on stage. To get a better look inside, the folks over at iFixit have decided to give the 13-inch model its ritual teardown treatment.Inside iFixit found a slightly larger battery, which on top of the new Haswell chip likely contributes to the increased, up to 12-hour battery life in the new MacBook Airs. The new model has a 7.6 V, 7150 mAh battery compared to the 7.3 V, 6700 mAh inside the previous generation.Some other changes it found in the new MacBook Air: 
smaller SSD module
Updated AirPort card
No separate GPU
New heat sink clamp
Opposite-facing speaker cable connector
Samsung SSD
Samsung S4LN053X01-8030 (ARM) flash controllerEight 16 GB flash storage chips labeled Samsung K9LDGY8SIC-XCK0Samsung K4P2G324ED-FGC2
iFixit gave the new machine a repairability score of 4 out of 10, noting issues such as proprietary screws, proprietary SSD & RAM, and lack of upgradeability:

As with the prior iterations, this MacBook Air’s biggest detractor is the lack of upgradeability. The RAM is still soldered to the logic board, and SSDs are not compatible between generations.

Source: The Tech Gets

thetechgets:

iFixit tears down new 13-inch MacBook Air, finds secrets behind speedy SSD, 802.11ac Wifi and long battery life


We know a few things that Apple has included in the new MacBook Air lineup launched at WWDC yesterday– fourth-gen Intel Haswell chips, faster 802.11ac, 45% faster flash storage, dual microphones– but there could be a few other tweaks hiding inside that Apple didn’t announce live on stage. To get a better look inside, the folks over at iFixit have decided to give the 13-inch model its ritual teardown treatment.

Inside iFixit found a slightly larger battery, which on top of the new Haswell chip likely contributes to the increased, up to 12-hour battery life in the new MacBook Airs. The new model has a 7.6 V, 7150 mAh battery compared to the 7.3 V, 6700 mAh inside the previous generation.

Some other changes it found in the new MacBook Air:

  • smaller SSD module
  • Updated AirPort card
  • No separate GPU
  • New heat sink clamp
  • Opposite-facing speaker cable connector
  • Samsung SSD
  • Samsung S4LN053X01-8030 (ARM) flash controller
    Eight 16 GB flash storage chips labeled Samsung K9LDGY8SIC-XCK0
    Samsung K4P2G324ED-FGC2

iFixit gave the new machine a repairability score of 4 out of 10, noting issues such as proprietary screws, proprietary SSD & RAM, and lack of upgradeability:

As with the prior iterations, this MacBook Air’s biggest detractor is the lack of upgradeability. The RAM is still soldered to the logic board, and SSDs are not compatible between generations.

Source: The Tech Gets

(Source: thetechgets)

itswillbarlow:

New 11” MacBook Air Unboxing (11-inch) [2013 Unboxing] [HD] 

khtphotography:

Macbook Air 2013 Review

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hh5GtD0kAC8&w=710&h=430]

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khtphotography:

Macbook Air 2013 Review

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hh5GtD0kAC8&w=710&h=430]

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