That said, it's still impressive how Apple managed to make the MacBook Air 2015 so thin and light while still relying on fan-cooled, full-fat Intel processors. The most affordable Retina-display Mac ever also includes an Apple-designed keyboard, a spacious Force Touch trackpad, faster SSDs, wide stereo sound, the Apple T2 Security Chip and Thunderbolt 3, making the new MacBook Air the flawless notebook to take with you everywhere you go.
The 13.3-inch display offers over 4 million pixels, though the company didn't mention a specific resolution on stage.
Although Touch ID hasn't been on the latest iPhone's the new MacBook Air has TouchID!
Lastly, the new MacBook Air is constructed from 100-percent recycled aluminium. It is 10% thinner than previous Mac and weighs 2.75 pounds (approximately 1.25 kg). The new MacBook Air is available to order right now, and will be delivered next week.
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Overall, the 2018 MacBook Air brings a solid update to the company's best-selling notebook, albeit with a slightly higher price tag.
The new MacBook Air has new internal specs, including an 8th-gen Intel Dual Core processor, up to 16GB of memory, and can sport an SSD of up to 1.5 TB! Yes, there's a fingerprint scanner on the MacBook Air for better security. The trackpad is now Force Touch, with 20% more surface area. The Cupertino tech giant formally introduced the redesigned and reengineered MacBook Air on Tuesday, and as expected, key features such as Retina Display and Touch ID have arrived on the device. This also gives the display 48 percent more colour, and bezels that are 50 percent narrower, than the previous generation. All Mac minis now use faster flash storage as well with capacities up to 2 terabytes, Apple said.
Apple also upgraded the MacBook Air with the new third-generation butterfly mechanism keyboard, for a smoother typin experience. The USB-C connectivity will enable users to connect 5K monitors. Colourwise we're talking about Silver, Space Grey, and Gold.
The MacBook Air was popular because it was one of Apple's most affordable machines: a sub-$1,000 machine, ideal for students, travelers and everyone on lower / middle incomes who couldn't splash out for something more.