Surprisingly Apple just announced a new MacBook, with a thin design which makes it the lightest and thinnest notebook Apple ever made, it has a new keyboard, one port for both power and accessories and a Force Touch trackpad.
It has an all-metal enclosure and weighs just less than 2 lbs, just 13.1 millimetres thick and a brand new edge keyboard with a redesigned butterfly mechanism. There is 12-inch Retina display over 3.3 million pixels.
This new redesigned MacBook weighs just 2 pounds, which simply makes the lightest Mac Apple has ever made. It just 24% thinner than the older version of MacBook Air.
The new mac book features new force touch trackpad with a glass multi-touch surface with four force censors, as well as the Taptic Engine along with the Apple Watch for haptic feedback mechanism which can be controlled by software.
The new macBook specifications
This new trackpad allows users to do click anywhere and the click sensation can be adjusted through software. The force sensors aswell sense a range of pressure from light clicks to deeper presses which enables a new “Force Click” signal.
The new macBook uses an Intel Core M “Broadwell” processor running up to 1.3-GHZ and consumes just 5 watts of power, it has 802.11 ac Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity.
The new MacBook also has custom fit batteries which offer a full day battery life, but Apple says it can do 9 hours of usual usage.
It Features a unibody architecture, the MacBook doesnot have a cooling fan which makes it the first fanless and very silent MacBook in the company’s history.The logic board is 67% smaller than the board in the previous version MacBook Air.
The MacBook sports just one connector for USB, VGA, DisplayPort and power. It uses the open USB-C standard, and the reversible cable is one-third the size of a standard USB cable.
Apple will begin shipping the MacBook with effect from 10th April at a price of $1,299, with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage. Its also available in silver, space gray and gold.This is not a Paywall, but Newslex Point's journalism consumes a lot of time, hard-work and money. That's why we're kindly requesting our readers to support us in anyway they can, for as little as $1 or more, you can support us .
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