Yes, Apple has not forgotten the MacBook Air
After being in the rumor mill for the longest time, Apple finally unveiled an all-new MacBook Air. Still sporting the iconic wedge design of its predecessor, the new MacBook Air now comes with a Retina display boasting 4 million pixels. Bezels have been shaven off with the 2018 MacBook Air, making it 17% smaller and 10% thinner than its predecessor.
While it is still made out of aluminum, the 2018 MacBook Air is made out of 100% recycled aluminum—a first for Apple.
It also gets a redesigned keyboard and trackpad, as it is now equipped with a 3rd-generation butterfly keyboard and force touch trackpad. TouchID is also included, along with a T2 security chip to keep the laptop safe.
As for ports, the 2018 MacBook Air comes with two Thunderbolt 3 ports and a headphone jack. Powering it is an 8th-generation Intel processor with up to 16GB RAM and 1.5TB SSD storage. Even with its slender frame, the 2018 MacBook comes with a battery that can last up to 12 hours on a single charge.
The 2018 MacBook Air starts at $1199(~Php 64.2k) for the Core i5, 128GB SSD, and 8GB RAM model, and is available for pre-order starting today.