Amongst the loudest cheers ever heard at an Apple special event, the long awaited MacBook Air made a comeback.
Thinner bezels that hold an all-new Retina Display capable of reproducing 48% more colour than the last generation over its 4 million pixels. Bringing in Touch ID from the Pro models, the Air now gets its own T2 Security Chip for a secure boot and Hey Siri voice command support as well. The third-gen butterfly keyboard is backlit and along with the larger Force Touch trackpad make for the most satisfying UI on a MacBook Air yet. Under the hood, 8th gen Intel Core i5 processors, Intel UHD Graphics, up to 16GB RAM and up to 1.5TB of SSD storage make up the numbers and connectivity is represented by a pair of Thunderbolt 3 USB-C ports. Even the speakers have been improved with a louder and fuller audio experience from a thinner chassis. The Mac Mini gets upgraded specs too with 6-core processors, 64GB memory, T2 chip, Thunderbolt 3 ports, and a new space grey finish.
The MacBook Air will start at ₹1,14,900, available to order starting November 7 and if you want an upgraded configuration, November 14 is the date you need to watch out for. The Mac Mini will start at ₹75,900 with the same dates for launch in India.