Earlier this week, Apple had released updated versions of MacBook Air and MacBook Pro.
When Mac OS X Lion was released, the ability to restore from a recovery via internet connection was seen as its coolest feature. Unfortunately, this was not so for the MacBook Pro 13 inch models from mid-2010.
On 15 Jan 2012, MacBook Air turned four years old. When Apple introduced the first version of MacBook Air, at that time was world’s thinnest notebook. The launch of MacBook Air was Steve Jobs’s last Macworld appearance and the next to last Macworld keynote for Apple.
Apple has updated its firmware security for MacBook Pro and MacBook Air. Apple new updates include firmware password to boot alternatives drivers or partitions. Now this new updates will prevent the Kids and causal unauthorized users from booting to an external drive or install disks. [Via] http://obamapacman.com
According to the latest report, Apple’s MacBook Air is estimated to be sold 1.1 million 11-inch and 13-inch models during the fourth quarter of last year. The MacBook Air is the most successful Mac update for Apple to date. “Apple made $3.7 billion on notebooks alone with 2.9 million units sold,” according to the annual…