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Apple’s new MacBook Air has a Retina display and fingerprint sensor



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Apple announced a new model of its lightweight MacBook Air laptop
on Tuesday during its event in Brooklyn. 

The new MacBook Air comes with a sharper Retina display than the
more traditional and lower resolution display on the current
MacBook Air. The Retina display also has better color, and the
screen stretches closer to the edges of the device. 

The new MacBook Air also comes with Touch ID for fingerprint

Apple added its third-generation of Butterfly keyboard to the new
MacBook with individual key backlights. Below the keyboard is a
Force Touch trackpad that’s 20% larger than the current MacBook

Audio has also been improved on the new MacBook Air compared to
the older models. Apple says the new model is 25% louder, has
twice the base, and wider stereo sound.

When it comes to connecting your devices, the new MacBook Air has
two USB-C/Thunderbolt 3 ports, much like its recent MacBook Pro

Powering the MacBook Air is Intel’s 8th-generation dual-core
chips that can be accompanied by up to 16GB of RAM. The SSD
storage inside the new MacBook Air is also 60% faster than the
current model, according to Apple, and can have a capacity of up
to 1.5 terabytes (1,500 gigabytes).

This story is developing, check back to see more details
about Apple’s new MacBook Air.

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