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Apple: From the 2005 iBook to the 2010 MacBook Air

Over the years, Apple has evolved in a unique and spectacular way.

And technology has evolved in an impressive manner, as well. In the past 5 years, a lot has changed when it comes to what Apple has to offer in its products.

Major advancements in the power, efficiency and size of the processor that Apple’s products feature now, stand as a proof of the great technology on which these products are based.

Starting with the year 2005, Apple has sold the iBook model that featured a 1.33 or 1.42 GHz PowerPC G4 processor.

The model was as popular as possible, featuring a great technology and functionality for its time. The iBook G4 was available in both 12.1 and 14.1 inch versions. A 1024x768 screen resolution and 1.35 inches thick are the other features of this device.

Today, the MacBook Air can be found almost at the same price as the 2005 iBook.

This impressive device comes in an 11.6 inch model, which features 1.4 or 1.6GHz Intel Core 2 Duo.

The device weights no less than 2.3 lbs and is only 0.68 inches thick, impressing with both slim size and great features.

The elegant design of the MacBook Air makes this product an even more appreciated option among users.

Actually, in only 5 years the entire PC industry has changed dramatically. The industry has adopted new technologies, while performance is the key to success.

Probably one of the most impressive industries in the world when it comes to development, the computer industry now features slim, elegant designs and amazing usability. In fact, computers nowadays are faster, smaller and more useful.

The MacBook, for instance, comes with a dramatically thin body, which definitely represented a unique and impressive breakthrough.

Even though there are many other advanced technologies that provide features Apple hasn’t, many times Apple’s products have proved to be a model for others to follow.

The famous computer manufacturer has several times introduced innovative technologies on the market, no matter if they regarded cosmetic or technological changes.

The technological progress over the past five years is without a doubt impressive. This is an industry in which progress is mandatory, so we should expect many other improvements in the following years.
Apple: From the 2005 iBook to the 2010 MacBook Air Reviewed by Mike Beasley on 2:59 PM Rating: 5
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