Apple unveiled the first Mac with its new M1 chip in it at its ‘One More Thing’ event on Tuesday. Its a MacBook Air and comes with a variety of impressive features.
13-Inch MacBook Air With Apple’s M1 Chip
The specs for the 13-inch MacBook Air are:
- Apple M1 chip with 8‑core CPU and 8‑core GPU
- 16-core Neural Engine
- 8GB unified memory
- 256/GB 512GB SSD storage
- Retina display with True Tone
- Backlit Magic Keyboard – US English
- Touch ID
- Force Touch trackpad
- Two Thunderbolt / USB 4 ports
The 256GB starts at $999, with the 512GB version starting at $1,249.00. It is available to pre-order now and will become available to buy next week.
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This is what I just ordered for my wife’s new work from home set up; a MBA with 16GB RAM and 1TB SSD in rose gold (the lady prefers rose gold); and add this to next year’s tax deductions. It should arrive 17 – 18 November.
I’ll need to transfer her set up from her older MBA, and of course, take it for a test run. Someone’s got to do it.
Will let TMO know how it turns out.