Apple revamps MacBook Air laptop and introduces new Mac mini

All-new MacBook Air takes flight

"The first MacBook Air revolutionized Mac with its thin wedge-shaped aluminum design".

It's 15.6mm thick, which is 10 per cent thinner than existing the MacBook Air, and it weighs 1.24 kilograms. And that price isn't an unreasonable proposition, either, since the 11-inch MacBook Air sold for that much before its axing. Its screen has 4 million pixels, says Apple. In addition, the FaceTime HD camera is tucked neatly right above the screen, while a Touch ID fingerprint sensor has been added to the top right of the keyboard, featuring Apple's T2 security chip.

The body of the MacBook Air is all-aluminium, it is 100% recycled.

In terms of availability, we are not sure about the exact release date in Malaysia but at the time that this article is published, the shipping date for MacBook Air is now stated on Apple Malaysia website as between 3 to 17 December. The new Apple MacBook will be available starting November 7.

The MacBook Air features a brand new keyboard with improved responsiveness.

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!

After years of stagnation, the lightest in the line of MacBook products is getting the makeover that we've all been waiting for (and didn't think would ever happen).

The rumors were true; Apple has just unveiled an all new MacBook Air and it looks like well, a MacBook Air.

While nearly all components and parts in the new MacBook Air are improves, it is the screen that matters the most. The new MacBook Air's trackpad is 20% larger than its predecessor, and it also features Force Touch. As well as a Retina Display, Apple has shrunk the bezels to near-invisibility.

The new MacBook Air comes in Gold, Space Grey and Silver colour options.

On this latest MacBook Air, you'll find two USB-C Thunderbolt 3 ports that both support charging, up to 5K display out and 40Gbps file transfers. All Mac minis now use faster flash storage as well with capacities up to 2 terabytes, Apple said.

The T2 chip on the does a whole lot more than to provide a secure enclave for Touch ID, but also contains the SSD controller and other vital components like an image signal processor.

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