Going Through Airport Security, Leave that MacBook Air in Your Bag
Last week Apple released its new 11-inch and 13-inch MacBook Air computers. And CNN was quick to learn that for frequent air travelers the 11-inch version might help speed you through airport security checkpoints. A TSA spokesperson told CNN the 11-inch Air can remain in a traveler's carry-on bag when it goes through the airport security x-ray machine. But the jury is still out on the 13-inch version. However, for the immediate future, if you want to avoid the possibility of a delay at a security checkpoint you may want to separate your 11-inch Air from your carry-on until the policy has time to filter down to TSA security personnel.