MacBook Air with M2 pre-booking MacBook Air begins today, and the new laptop will begin shipping on July 15.
According to Apple’s website, users can pre-order the new MacBook Air starting at 5:30 PM today via Apple’s website.
This new MacBook Air features Apple’s powerful M2 chip, a larger 13.6-inch Liquid Retina display, and a 1080p FaceTime HD camera and offers up to 18 hours of battery life.
Apple has reintroduced MagSafe charging on the MacBook Air, allowing users to access both USB Type C ports.
The MacBook Air is available in four colour options: Midnight, Starlight, Silver, and Space Gray and is priced at Rs 1,19,900.
It starts as low as Rs 1,09,900 per tutorial for students and teachers.
Apple recently introduced the new MacBook Air with a completely new design, and while the laptop is still light enough at just 1.24kg, it has curved edges as opposed to the sharp edge of its predecessors.
This is the first MacBook Air to feature a FaceTime Full HD camera. So you’ve been proven wrong if you thought Apple would remove the clause, and it’s only for iPhones.
MacBook Air M2 vs. MacBook Air M1 issue
While there’s no doubt that Apple’s M2 processor is much
more potent than the previous generation chipset, your
usage and available budget should be the deciding factor.
Our hands-on review of the MacBook Air M2 found that it is lighter, thinner, and more powerful.
It even has a bigger and brighter screen compared to the previous generation; the new MacBook Air has its limitations.
First, it’s more expensive than the M1 MacBook Air. The difference is Rs. 20,000 on both MacBooks’ base variants.
The screen on the latest MacBook is just a little bigger, and
then there’s the notch.
While the M1 MacBook supports up to 16GB of persistent memory, the latest supports up to 24GB of persistent memory and even has a slightly better facetime camera.
So if you don’t want to spend a fortune on a laptop, are still in love with the old MacBook design, and don’t need that extra processing power, the M1 MacBook Air is still a great device.