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Apple Announces 15-Inch MacBook Air With M2 Chip
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Apple Announces 15-Inch MacBook Air With M2 Chip

The thinnest of its kind.

Dyson Launched the World's Most Powerful Robot Vacuum In This Week’s Tech Roundup
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Dyson Launched the World's Most Powerful Robot Vacuum In This Week’s Tech Roundup

Amazon also introduced new palm-scanning tech to allow customers to buy alcohol without ID.

Apple Announces Schedule for 2023 Worldwide Developers Conference
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Apple Announces Schedule for 2023 Worldwide Developers Conference

Fans are eagerly anticipating an unveiling of the rumored AR/VR headset.

Apple MacBook Air With M2 Chip Review: Lightweight Build and Supercharged Performance
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Apple MacBook Air With M2 Chip Review: Lightweight Build and Supercharged Performance

Designed around the latest chip, the new MacBook Air is thinner, lighter and faster with all-day battery life, in four striking finishes.

Apple Rumored to Launch a 15-Inch MacBook Air in 2023
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Apple Rumored to Launch a 15-Inch MacBook Air in 2023

A new 12-inch MacBook might also in the works for next year.


Apple Campus Came Alive For WWDC 2022
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Apple Campus Came Alive For WWDC 2022

HYPEBEAST attended Apple’s first in-person event since before the pandemic.

Here Are The Biggest Announcements From Apple's WWDC 2022
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Here Are The Biggest Announcements From Apple's WWDC 2022

Including a revamped MacBook Air with the all-new M2 chip and iOS 16.

New Apple Rumors Suggest 15-Inch MacBook Air
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New Apple Rumors Suggest 15-Inch MacBook Air

Production is slated for 2023.

New 2022 Apple Macbook Air Rumored to Feature Revamped Design and More Color Options
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New 2022 Apple Macbook Air Rumored to Feature Revamped Design and More Color Options

Expected to be even thinner and lighter than before.

Here Are the Products Apple Could Be Launching in 2022
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Here Are the Products Apple Could Be Launching in 2022

Including a revamped iPhone 14 set to feature a hole-punch-sized notch.

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