Apple Unveils New 13- and 15-inch MacBook Airs with M3 Chip

Apple Unveils New 13- and 15-inch MacBook Airs with M3 Chip

Apple has recently revealed the latest iteration of the MacBook Air, now powered by the innovative M3 chip. This new addition to Apple’s robust product line is touted to be up to 60% faster than the preceding M1 model and a whopping 13 times quicker than the fastest MacBook Air model that was fitted with an Intel processor. The new MacBook Air is offered in two different sizes: a 13-inch model and a 15-inch model. Each model promises an impressive battery life of up to 18 hours.

The display is a stunning Liquid Retina, identical to the one found on the previous model. However, the latest MacBook Air is not without its own unique features. Users can connect up to two external monitors simultaneously, a feature that can significantly boost productivity. In addition, the Wi-Fi speed has been upgraded and is now up to two times faster than that of the M2 generation.

The new MacBook Air sports a durable aluminum unibody and is available in four elegant colors: Midnight, Galaxy, Space Gray, and Silver. It’s a perfect blend of style and durability, designed to withstand the rigors of everyday use.

The MacBook Air can be ordered starting today and will be available from Friday, 8 March. The 15-inch model has a starting price of 1,349 euros, while the 13-inch model starts at 1,249 euros. “The MacBook Air is our most popular and most loved Mac,” said Greg Joswiak, Apple’s Senior Vice President of Worldwide Marketing.

“Increasing numbers of customers are choosing it over any other laptop. And today, it gets even better with the M3 chip and new capabilities. It’s perfect for college students, professionals seeking to boost their productivity, or anyone who wants a mix of industry-leading performance, portability, and battery life. With its fanless design, the new MacBook Air continues to be the best thin and light laptop in the world.”

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