#macbook air

News from Apple WWDC 2009


For those that don’t know, Apple’s WWDC (World­wide Devel­op­ers Con­fer­ence) 2009 was this past Mon­day morn­ing at Moscone West, San Fran­cisco. It’s pri­mar­ily for those devel­op­ing for Apple’s prod­ucts (OS X, iPhone apps, etc.) but it’s also for the Apple fans out there as the Keynote usu­ally addresses new prod­uct releases, etc.

I was tuned in, lis­ten­ing to Ustream’s live stream of the Keynote.1 Pretty cool as you can mul­ti­task ver­sus hav­ing to read every new updates on a blog. Though you have to give it up though as the pho­tos on the blog updates are more eye candy.

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  1. The recorded stream can be seen here. Apple’s offi­cial recorded video here. []

Apple Releases New MacBooks

If you don’t know already, Apple has just announced its new line of Mac­Books1 ear­lier at 10 this morn­ing in Cuper­tino. Today’s line is a com­pletely new build from the ground-up, start­ing with its “uni­body” approach.

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  1. Mac­Book, Mac­Book Pro, and Mac­Book Air []

MacBook Air

Steve Jobs presents the Macbook Air at Macworld 2008 in San Francisco, CA
Photo from Gizmodo

From Cuper­tino, CA. Weigh­ing at 3.0 lbs, 0.16–0.76 inches… 13.3″ dis­play w/ a full-size and back­lit key­board; being pow­ered by 1.6GHz Core2Duo, 2GB of mem­ory and 80GB HDD; not to men­tion 802.11n Wi-Fi…

Mac­book Air

Sell­ing for $1,799 w/o a CD/DVD-drive though?!?! Don’t know about that part. Size is great if you travel a lot and don’t care about the CD/DVD-drive not being there. That or you have money to burn.

I rather spend an extra 3-bills for another Mac­book Pro per­son­ally if I’m going to pay that much.