In the last few days, the latest Apple Pros, Apple MacBook Air and Mac mini have begun to review. While we have rounded off all written reviews for each of the new products, there are also a lot of video reviews available …
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Retina MacBook Air Video Reviews:
The main route today is the new Retina MacBook Air. For CNET, Dan Ackerman looks at the differences between the latest MacBook Air, its predecessor, the 12-inch MacBook and the 13-inch MacBook Pro. It also touches the third generation Butterfly Keyboard, which also includes Touch ID support, despite the lack of Touch Bar.
Meanwhile, iJustine went through non-distorting experience with the new Retina MacBook Air gold. As previously shown videos without a box, the MacBook Air includes color-coded labels and 30-volt bricks. iJustine also offers a nice look at how to compare the new MacBook Air with an old 11-inch model.
A look at Jason Snell on the new MacBook Air is worth seeing as it offers a detailed overview of the size differences between the new model and its predecessor.
Here's a handful of early Retina MacBook Air video reviews to reach the web:
iPad Pro Video Reviews:
Early reviews of the iPad Pro have also started hitting YouTube in recent days. One of the more exciting videos comes from Ian Barnard, who has gone nuts for the new iPad Pro and Apple Pencil, and then looks at how new devices work for the artist. For example, it notes that the dual touch feature on the pencil to switch between the brush functions in theory is useful, but it is not always reliable for immediate use.
In your inactive work and installation, look at the new iPad Pros, YouTuber Karl Conrad offers a thorough look at how to compare 12.9-inch and 11-inch models in size. Conrad also displays off the new 18W power brick included with the iPad Pro, as well as the lack of color-coded Apple stickers.
In the opinion of CNET Scott Stein notes that the new iPad Pro has "doubled" about what it's good, but says it's still not perfect and not for everyone. Perhaps the most notable Stein's comparison between the new 12.9-inch iPad Pro and the model of the latest model. The difference between the two in terms of size and girdle is incredibly scattered.
Here are some early reviews of iPad Pro for the web:
Mac mini Video Reviews:
Last, but not least, is a brand new Mac mini. In the video review of the new Mac mini, Marco Arment perfectly explains how the target market for Mac mini has moved in recent years, which in more detail describes a number of different uses of the device.
Jason Snell offers a wide range of ports on the new Mac mini, which include Gigabit Ethernet, four Thunderbolt 3, HDMI, 2 USB-A and a headphone jack. Snell also notes that the Mac mini is equivalent to its predecessor based on the shape of the factor, which is crucial for those using the machine in modular settings.
Finally, iJustine shows editing with Final Cut Pro on the new Mac mini. It also offers a great look at how the Mac mini works with the Magic Magic Trackpad and Magic Keyboard, as well as LG's 4K USB-C display.
Here are some early Mac mini videos that you can find online: