The latest MacBook Air laptop, announced on March 18, 2020, replaces the 2018 model and features one significant change that everyone has been waiting for — a brand new Magic Keyboard with scissor-based mechanism in place of the old butterfly keyboard that has given lots of headaches to MacBook owners since it was first introduced five years ago.
Occasionally, our Macs need to do some heavy lifting. For example, when it comes to web development, photo retouching, and video editing. We can tell the work is hard by hearing our MacBook Pro fan controller springing into action and the MacBook Pro fan noise rising.
Everybody knows about Apple’s strong push for privacy. While other tech giants, such as Facebook and Google, have been mired in privacy scandals, Apple has been vocally opposed to any privacy violations and, in fact, supported its stance with a wide range of features across its products.
Almost everything we do on our Macs today requires a stable and fast internet connection: checking email, sending messages in chat, hopping on a video conference call, downloading documents, etc. So when the quality of the WiFi signal drops, our lives nearly come to a standstill.