Apple shared review channels from sites containing CNBC WIRED Daring Fireball PC Mag Six Colors Tom’s Guide and more.
Daring Fireball for example, called MacBook Air in the MacBook as “Most Should Buy” and Daily Express said “fans of this laptop” will love the new update because “it takes the concept power and ultimate portability to a whole new level. “
Gear Patrol Sa MacBook Air is the “perfect computer” for anyone who wants to do “common stuff” like browsing, answering emails and watching movies while Refinery29 featured MacBook Air ‘s 1
2-hour battery life.
In the case of Mac mini, Six Colors said that the new update allows it to fill a wide range of needs, from basic servers needing “advanced applications that require a lot of processor power.”
Tom’s Guide said that Mac mini is the best option for those who want a compact Mac desktop for streaming media or accessing Apple computing and ZDNet said new version is “designed for all types of users” and “no longer serves a niche market”.
As with previous reviews for devices like iPad Pro, Apple has only highlighted the positive elements from each review. For anyone considering purchasing one of these machines, it is worth taking a deeper dive into the reviews to get a complete picture of both positive and negative.
Apple’s full list of Mac mini and MacBook Air review options can be seen in the article shared via Apple Newsroom, while further reviews are available in our Mac mini and MacBook Air review roundups.
The new 2018 MacBook Air and Mac mini models will officially launch tomorrow and base configurations will be available in Apple stores and third-party retailers.
The first orders for the machines will also be delivered on November 7th and have already begun arriving in Australia and New Zealand.