If you love laptops, Tuesday’s event at the Apple campus was custom-made for you. Apple overhauled its entire laptop line, ushering in new designs for both the MacBook and MacBook Pro models, as well as faster graphics and more storage for the MacBook Air. The company even unveiled a Cinema Display built specifically for laptop users.
It’s a lot of mobile news to stay on top of, but in this special edition of the Macworld Podcast, we’ve assembled the crew to do it. I’m joined by senior news editor Jonathan Seff and senior editor Dan Frakes, both of whom attended Tuesday’s live event. Each of us offers our perspective on what you need to know about the latest laptop announcements.
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Be sure to check out all our news stories on the changes to the MacBook, MacBook Pro, and MacBook Air. We’ve also got a report on the 24-inch LED Cinema Display. And, for a bigger picture of Apple’s laptop business, here’s a round-up of Apple COO Tim Cook’s state of the Mac presentation from Tuesday’s event.
We’ll have ongoing coverage, of course, at Macworld.com. You’ll find it at our Laptop Topic Center page. And you can watch a video of Tuesday’s event courtesy of Apple.
Editor’s note: Chris Breen misspoke in the podcast intro, and this is actually Macworld Podcast #133.
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