The lightweight, super-slim MacBook Air is probably Apple’s best-selling laptop.
Apple has never broken down which of its Mac computers sell the most units, but CEO Tim Cook hinted at an event in Brooklyn on Monday that the MacBook Air was the “most beloved.”
And on Tuesday, it got its first major redesign since 2010.
In recent years, it had been difficult to find a great Apple laptop for most people. Apple’s pro-level models had adopted an unpopular, finicky keyboard, added a gimmicky touchscreen “Touch Bar” to the MacBook Pro, and raised prices across the board. Its thin-and-light MacBook, ostensibly the flagship of the line, was underpowered and had a single USB-C port, which it also used for charging.
Enter the newly-redesigned MacBook Air. The entry-level Apple laptop has been revamped, with a new design, new ports, a “third-generation” butterfly keyboard, and a much higher-resolution screen than the previous model.
Oh, and it comes in gold now, too.
We got a few minutes to try out the new MacBook Air after Apple’s launch event on Tuesday. Here’s what we thought:
Source: Business Insider
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