New MacBook Air redesigned with dock and M2 chip
The next-generation MacBook Air was unveiled at WWDC last night, with Apple announcing a completely redesigned version of the MacBook Pro 14 and front-facing display. 16 inches more.
The highlight of the new MacBook Air is that it has a more angular box design and is as thin as 11mm with a light weight of only 1.22kg. On the front, it gets a screen with a shorter bezel edge and a dock at the top, similar to the MacBook Pro 14/16. With this dock design, Apple expanded the screen a bit further, giving the new MacBook Air a 13.6-inch 2560 x 1664 pixel 10-bit color display with a maximum brightness of 500 nits.
This time, it’s got a new M2 chip, for the starting model, this chip has an 8-Core CPU and 8-Core GPU with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage, and if you want more GPU, Apple offers another option. Up to 10 Cores and up to 512GB of storage. However, Apple also allows buyers to choose the RAM and storage in addition to the original option, in fact, users can choose up to 24GB of RAM and storage up to 2TB at the same time.
In addition, the next-generation MacBook Air has a 1080p camera, and its speakers and 4 speakers also support Dolby Atmos. In the box, Apple has provided a 30W charger, but if you want to get faster, Apple sells a new 67W charger for $ 59. For the MacBook Air, Apple’s starting price in the US starts at $ 1,199, while older models using the M1 chip continue at $ 999.
The 13-inch MacBook Pro also gets the new M2 chip, but it has the same design as the previous generation and starts at $ 1,399.