It’s thin, sleek, sexy and branded with the unmistakable Apple logo. In short, the MacBook Air has the perfect recipe to become a technological phenomenon in the same way the iPod family did several years prior. Take this quiz and test your knowledge of the ‘thinnovation’ that is the MacBook Air.
What had a lot of Apple fans raving at the release of the MacBook Air
was that Steve Jobs literally pulled the whole laptop out of a manila
envelope at the end of his keynote speech. It isn't, tech experts say,
the thinnest laptop around, but it's certainly thin enough to turn more
than a few heads. Just how thin is the MacBook Air at its thinnest
measly 1GB RAM was one of the major gripes from users of the previous
generation of MacBooks. Apple decided to heed their complaints and
added more memory to the MacBook Air. How much RAM does the standard
MacBook Air have?
course, you can hardly expect a laptop that small to maintain every
single feature from its larger brethren. In fact, more than a few I/O
ports were lost in the MacBook's slim down process. What combination of
ports remains on the MacBook Air?
wasn't just the I/O ports that suffered from the weight reduction,
though. Another major I/O device disappeared from the previous
generation of MacBooks into the current one. Which one is it?
new technology from Apple debuted on the MacBook Air for laptops. This
same technology, which also came out on the iPhone and the iPod Touch,
was a great addition to the touch-based user interface of Apple
devices. What technology was this?