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New MacBook Air and Mac mini now differentiate built-in speakers and 3.5mm audio jack

[2018-11-09 19:03:30]

Good news for new MacBook Air and Mac mini owners who are serious about audio. While yes, both machines retain the 3.5mm headphone jack, unlike some other devices Apple has recently announced, the new Macs now better handle audio when played through the jack or through the built-in speakers. The post New MacBook Air and Mac mini now differentiate built-in speakers and 3.5mm audio jack appeared first on 9to5Mac.

New MacBook Air and Mac mini now differentiate built-in speakers and 3.5mm audio jack


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