by Joe White
June 10, 2013
On stage at the Moscone Center, San Francisco, Apple has announced an entirely new line of super-thin MacBook Air computers. Changes made to the popular notebook include 40-percent faster graphics, improved Wi-Fi offering three times the performance of previous MacBook Air models, Haswell processors, and - most impressively - all-day battery life. With the 11-inch MacBook Air users can enjoy 9-hours of battery life, while users of the 13-inch model can take advantage of a massive 12-hours. Apple's Phil Schiller noted on stage that with the company's new MacBook Air, users can watch up to 10-hours of iTunes movies. The all-new MacBook Air computers are shipping from today, and will be available for the less expensive prices of $999 (11-inch model) and $1,099 (13-inch model). Later today, we'll be publishing an in-depth recap of Apple's WWDC keynote, so be sure to check back with us. For more of today's news, see: Siri Gets A New Voice With iOS 7, Finally: Apps Will Automatically Update In iOS 7, and Activation Lock Will Help Protect Your iOS Device.