Mac Computers

Did you recently buy a Macbook Air? Are you new to the Mac or just someone who would like to get better? We got you covered. We have all the help, guides, and tutorials a Macbook Air owner could ever ask for.

The hardware

The most recent Macbook Air comes with Intel’s powerful i5 and i7 processors. While previous generations of Macbook Air were known to be a bit on the slow side, the latest version has all the power you need. The battery life of the Macbook Air has also been boosted — Apple now claims up to 12 hours of battery life.

The operating system

The Macbook Air comes with Apples amazing OS X operating system. It is easy to use but comes with powerful features that will help you get more done. We have a full introduction that gives you all the help you need to get started with OS X. Read it

The applications

Apple’s OS X comes with some great, pre-installed applications that will help you get on with your everyday life. Calendar, e-mail, address book and more — everything is built in from the start. With iCloud sync, you can keep your data up to date on all your Apple devices automatically.

iWork

Why not make your Macbook Air better with Apple’s productivity suite iWork? They cost a fraction of Microsoft Office — and are more powerful and easier to use. To get you started, we have a great article about Keynote.

Need more help?

If you need more help or guides with your new Mac, just head over to Apple’s support pages — they have all the information you will ever need.

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