The MacBook Air is a popular laptop due to its lightweight, thin profile, and reliable performance. Here are a few notable aspects about it:
The MacBook Air is incredibly portable because to its thin and light design. At its thickest point, it measures around 0.63 inches (1.61 cm) and weighs roughly 2.8 pounds (1.29 kg).
The most recent versions come with a Retina display, which is high-resolution and shows clear details and vivid colors. A variety of screen sizes are available, including 13.3 inches with a 2560 x 1600 pixel resolution.
The M1 chip, designed by Apple, merges the central processing unit (CPU), graphics processing unit (GPU), and other components to enhance performance, reduce power consumption, and extend the battery life of the latest MacBook Air models.
The M1 processor helps the battery last longer, allowing you to watch videos for up to 18 hours or surf the web for up to 15 hours on a single charge.
Known for its excellent typing experience, Apple's Magic Keyboard is included in the MacBook Air. Additionally, it has a Force Touch trackpad that can be used with a variety of movements.
For charging, data transmission, and connecting external devices, the MacBook Air comes with two Thunderbolt 4 ports (USB-C compliant). It is possible that certain earlier models are different in layout or have fewer ports.
Secure authentication using Touch ID and data encryption with Apple's T2 Security Chip are also built in.