The new laptop from Apple is cheaper, though it has additional advantages such as Touch ID and double the memory capacity.
Unlike last year’s MacBook Air, which cost 1,025 euros, the youngster is 95 euros cheaper because it costs 930 euros. While everyone that is in the study can buy this laptop for 837 euros, as part of Apple’s system to release some students enrolled on its platform.
For the 256GB model, you can get the MacBook Air with an Intel Core i3 processor and Turbo Boost up to 3.2GHz for 930 euros. Or add 95 euros so you can upgrade the i5 processor to Turbo Boost, up to 3.5GHz. Or, you can choose the i7 processor with Turbo Boost up to 3.8GHz, for an extra 232 euros.
Like last year’s MacBook Air, the 2020 version also comes with a 13-inch Retina display with True Tone. Fortunately, it comes with another keyboard, as Apple has decided to replace the awesome butterfly keyboard with the Magic Keyboard. Suffice it to be a millimeter between the keys and the management space has been made much easier.
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