Tag: Air

  • MacBook Air (2024): Everything we know so far about the M3-powered laptop

    2023 was a big year for the MacBook Air, literally, with a new 15-inch model introduced to the range. Since then, Apple has announced the M3 series of chips but it isn’t yet official for the MacBook Air. Here’s what we know about the laptop expected to come in 2024. The first edition of the…

  • Apple tipped to launch new M3 MacBook Air and iPad models in 2024

    Apple will launch a host of new iPad and M3 MacBook Air models in early 2024, according to a new report. The company announced its all-new family of M3 chips as part of the latest MacBook Pro refresh at the end of October. Now that new chip is tipped to be coming to the MacBook…

  • Apple iPad vs iPad Air: What's the difference?

    Apple has four different ranges of iPad tablets, but it’s not always clear how they differ. The standard iPad and the iPad Air represent two of those tablet families, although that ‘Air’ moniker can be confusing to those without in-depth knowledge of Apple’s products. We’ve created this guide to explain the key differences between the…

  • Finally, an affordable deal on the iPad Air

    If you’ve had your eye on the latest iPad Air, you’ll struggle to find a better deal on our favourite Apple tablet. The iPad Air (2022) has plummeted to £463.90 on eBay. That’s a huge £170 saving compared to the tablet’s regular £634 price. This discount comes from Currys’ clearance store on eBay and applies…

  • Nebula Capsule 3 and Mars 3 Air portable Netflix projectors announced

    Anker’s smart entertainment brand, Nebula, has announced the Capsule 3 and Mars 3 Air, two portable projectors with Netflix built in. The Nebula Capsule 3 is a six-inch-tall soda can-style projector that can be lugged around in a small bag for portable media playback anywhere you go. It produces 200 ANSI lumens of brightness, while…

  • JBL launches its first ever air conduction earphones in SoundGear Sense

    Open-eared wireless earphones appears to be gaining traction as JBL becomes the latest audio brand to announce a pair in the SoundGear Sense. These are air conduction headphones, which differ from bone conduction headphones in that they don’t vibrate the cheekbones to create the sound but fire it straight into the ear canal from a…