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Features 13.3–inch Retina display (2560x1600 resolution), Apple M1 chip, 8GB unified memory (16GB available), 256GB storage (512GB/1TB/2TB available), 802.11ax Wi–Fi, Bluetooth 5.0, 2x Thunderbolt/USB 4 ports, headphone socket
While there’s a huge difference in performance between the late–2020 MacBook Air and its Intel–driven forebear, the difference between the Air and the new 13–inch MacBook Pro feels more nuanced, chiefly because the two laptops have much in common — at least on paper.
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New Desktop Powerhouse
Apple introduces Mac Studio with M1 Max or new M1 Ultra chip
6 Apps to Block Unwanted Content
Banish ads, protect your privacy, and more
Do You Need an M1 Max?
Apple's latest MacBook Pros come with two powerful versions of its M1 chip – but which do you need?
Keychron Q2 Custom Mechanical Keyboard
Customize everything about your keyboard
iPhone SE (3rd generation)
Now even more bang for your buck
Ambient wireless listening with nearly any glasses
Apple unveils Studio Display
New 27-inch 5K display with built-in camera and audio
Dell Ultrasharp U3223QE
Perfect for productivity, but Dell's IPS Black image tech isn't as good as it claims to be
Caldigit Thunderbolt Station 4 Dock
All the ports a pro user could need
Power Up Your Mac
If your Mac’s not running as quickly as it should be, or you just want to squeeze every ounce of power you can from it, read on
One-Skillet DELICIOUS MEALS
With these fresh, simple and flavor-packed suppers, all you need is a humble skillet to travel the world!
We've got food for all your folks! These six picnic-perfect recipes are sure to satisfy every uncle, cousin and kiddo at the reunion-oh, and earn their compliments, too.
How to Make Veggie Burgers
No one will be asking “Where's the beef?” after trying these vegan sammies packed with wholesome, savory ingredients like sun-dried tomatoes, black beans and walnuts.
Juicy red tomatoes, fragrant basil and fresh mozzarella—the classic trio transforms with these clever readers' delicious dinner ideas.
When fun-filled days have you pressed for time, prep a packet loaded with fresh and hearty ingredients, then let 'em sizzle together for a sensational supper with super simple cleanup.
These winners earned their grate marks. Fire up the pit and fill your plate with char-kissed salads, savory sandwiches and juicy mains.
A Slice of Summer
Ditch the double-dip cone for this decked-out cake layered with ice cream bread and flavors from your favorite pint, then topped with chocolate fudge sauce and a jumble of jimmies.
There's nothing sweeter than a summer day spent gathering raspberries with a loved one.
Natural Benefits of Cilantro
Cilantro has been used in food and traditional medicine for thousands of years. The bright, citrusy herb contains antioxidants, such as linalool, that have anti-inflammatory properties, says Amy Rothenberg, N.D., a licensed practitioner in private practice in Northampton, MA. Cilantro is also incredibly easy to grow. Here, Rothenberg shares some favorite home uses.
Let's get mezze!
Create a sunny and bright Mediterranean spread that-oh, by the way—is also good for you.