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Apple MacBook Air (inch, June ) review: A familiar MacBook Air, with an all-day battery

Otherwise, aside from a RAM bump here and a slight price drop there, the batch is very similar to the one from , with the same enclosures, ports, trackpads and screens (full listing of changes and additions). Note that the inch MacBook Pro from  has been discontinued though the $1, inch model from that year remains available for those who want all the ports and fewer dongles. 

Watch this: Apple's MacBook Pro gets an early upgrade

It may be a case of "the more things change, the more they stay the same."

The new versions of both the inch and inch MacBook Air look very familiar indeed, as these slim systems have hardly changed at all physically over the past few generations.

The Air was the only Apple laptop line to get a June update at Apple's WWDC conference. At first glance, it looks like a relatively minor set of changes, with the primary selling point being a move to Intel's new fourth-generation Core i-series CPUs, also known by the code name Haswell. There is, however, one very important difference in the new models, and one that's especially noteworthy if you spend a lot of time on the road and away from your power adapter.

We've previously tested Haswell chips in a few laptops and been impressed by both the performance and battery life gains (to be realistic, the latter is much more important for consumers). If you add Haswell to Apple's already-stellar battery life reputation, you get a system, in the inch Air, that Apple claims will run for up to 12 hours, and in our tests (spoiler alert) ran even longer.

Having a Haswell-generation CPU also gives you Intel's improved HD graphics, which promises improved game performance over last year's HD graphics (itself an improvement over the preceding HD, and so on). It's still not anything like having a discrete GPU, as in the inch Retina Pro, but with game services such as Steam and EA's Origin now being Mac-compatible, it may make some small inroads for OS X gaming.

Also new is ac Wi-Fi, a new standard that will eventually be found in wireless routers, as well as Apple's new AirPort Extreme and AirPort Time Capsule hardware. If you have an n router, which is a much more likely scenario, this may not help you, but it's a nice piece of future-proofing. Apple also says the solid-state-drive storage included in the Air laptops is now faster, although I think bumping the base $ inch model up to a full GB of SSD storage (from the paltry 64GB previously sold at that same price) is a much more important development.

It's easy to say that this new version of the inch MacBook Air is a modest step forward, with no physical changes to the exterior, and still no higher-res display, touch screen, or HDMI port. The battery life is a very big deal, however, and when you couple that with a $ price cut on the base model, down to $1,, the inch MacBook Air is, despite not being the newest design on the block, still one of the most universally useful laptops you can buy.


MacBook Air inch (June )MacBook Air inch (June )Sony Vaio Pro 13
Price$$$
Display size/resolutioninch, 1,x screeninch, 1,x screeninch, 1,x1, touchscreen
PC CPUGHz Intel Core iU GHz Intel Core iUGHz Intel Core iU
PC Memory4,MB DDR3 SDRAM 1,MHz4,MB DDR3 SDRAM 1,MHz4,MB DDR3 SDRAM 1,MHz
Graphics1,MB Intel HD Graphics 1,MB Intel HD Graphics 1,MB Intel HD Graphics
StorageGB SSDGB SSDGB SSD
Optical driveNoneNoneNone
Networkinga/c wireless, Bluetooth a/c wireless, Bluetooth b/g/n wireless, Bluetooth , NFC
Operating systemOS X Mountain Lion OS X Mountain Lion Windows 8 (bit)

Design and features

The MacBook Air keeps the same external look as the previous couple of generations, a look that still rivals the newest ultrabooks, although some new systems, such as Sony's Vaio Pro line, are getting thinner and lighter without sacrificing much in the way of productivity.

Both the inch and inch versions of the MacBook Air still have the same thickness, ranging from inch to inch. Spread over the larger footprint of the inch chassis, the inch version still feels satisfyingly thin.

As with the previous version, the rigid aluminum construction makes the Air feel sturdy enough to just throw it in a bag and carry along with you without a protective case or sleeve, and it's interesting to contrast the aluminum unibody construction here with the lighter carbon fiber in the aforementioned Vaio Pro. I'd still trust the Air and its unyielding lid more in a throw-in-your-luggage field test.

The backlit keyboard and trackpad are the same as on the previous models, and the trackpad especially remains the standard by which all others are judged. Many other laptop makers have moved to larger clickpad-style touch pads, but we have yet to find a touch pad that comes close to this for multitouch gestures. The pad is again hinged at the top, allowing the entire pad to click down, and we strongly suggest going into the Preferences menu and turning on all of the tapping options for further ease of use.

It will be interesting to see how Apple's user interfaces develop in the face of both Windows 8, which tries (not terribly successfully) to reinvent the entire concept of working with a computer OS, and the upcoming OS X Mavericks update. For now, flicking around with three-and-four-finger gestures on the MacBook trackpad remains the most seamless way to swap between windows and applications, at least in my experience.

Unlike on the inch MacBook Air, the inch screen is still not a display. The screen area also lacks the edge-to-edge glass over a black bezel found in the MacBook Pro; instead the screen is, as in previous years, surrounded by a thick silver bezel.

On the positive side, the native resolution of the display is 1,x pixels, which is better than the 1,x you find in many inch laptops, although even midpriced models are quickly switching over to 1,x or even 1,x1, Of course the Retina Pro models, along with a handful of laptops from Toshiba, HP, and Dell, are experimenting with even-higher-than-HD resolutions.

While the Air screen isn't flat matte, it's also not terribly reflective, which is a step up from the "mirror image" effect you get on some laptop screens.

Apple MacBook Air (inch, June )

VideoDisplayPort/Thunderbolt
AudioStereo speakers, headphone jack
Data2 USB , SD card reader
Networkingac Wi-Fi, Bluetooth
Optical drive None

Connections, performance, and battery

The ports and connections remain unchanged on this version of the MacBook Air. That gives you two USB ports and a Thunderbolt port to play with, with the latter used for both external accessory and video connectivity. The faster ac Wi-Fi will play nice with Apple's own upcoming new AirPort Extreme and AirPort Time Capsule hardware, but I suspect you're still working off an n router. There's more on what ac means for you here.

The base configuration for the inch Air now costs $1,, versus $1, previously. Most of the system is unchanged, with the main difference being the new Haswell-generation Intel processor and platform. Interestingly, last year's base model CPU was a GHz dual-core Intel Core i5, while the newer Haswell version is a GHz Intel Core iU. The step-up $1, configuration keeps the same CPU as the $1, one, but doubles the SSD to GB.

The actual difference in our test results between the and models was minor. Year-over-year application performance doesn't show any real improvement, and the new Air actually ran some tests a hair slower. As a longtime MacBook Air user, in everyday use -- Web surfing, social media, HD video playback -- the MacBook Air didn't feel any different than the previous version. Any of the past few generations is more than powerful enough for mainstream users.

What is decidedly different, however, is the integrated HD graphics from Intel, a step above the HD in the previous Air. In our older Call of Duty 4 test (one of the few standard gaming benchmarks for OS X), at the native 1,xpixel resolution, the game ran at frames per second on the Air and frames per second on the Air.

Neither is a gaming machine (and you'll have to move all the way up to the inch Retina Pro to get a discrete Nvidia GPU), but our anecdotal gameplay tests in Portal 2 show that the Air can handle mainstream games that lean a bit more on the casual side.

Battery life is where the new MacBook Air (both the inch and inch versions) really stands out. The previous-generation inch Air ran for 7 hours and 27 minutes in our video playback battery drain test. The version blows that out of the water, with an astonishing 14 hours and 25 minutes on the same test. That's better than Apple's estimate of 12 hours, and one of the only times our tests have indicated longer battery life than a manufacturer's claims.

Now, before we get too excited, there are a few caveats for that number. Much of the credit must got to Intel's fourth-generation Core i-series platform, which was pitched as being incredibly power-efficient. Our early tests confirm this, with the new inch Sony Vaio Pro 13 running for nearly 9 hours. And, while this is a much better score than last year's Air, the CPU itself runs at a lower clock speed, and the new Intel chips are especially optimized for video playback, which is the heart of our battery test. Using Wi-Fi and Bluetooth heavily or playing 3D games would cause that number to drop.

But even keeping those factors in mind, Apple's typically stellar battery achievements and Intel's new Haswell chips have combined to make this a truly all-day laptop.

Conclusion

For a laptop that looks and feels so identical to last year's model (and frankly, the prior year's as well), there's actually a lot going on behind the scenes in the new inch MacBook Air.

The overly familiar design and lack of trendy new features (touch screens, higher-res displays, NFC) can make it hard to get particularly excited about the Air, especially considering the basic application performance is so similar to the version. The updated Intel GPU is welcome, even with the still-sparse OS X gaming environment, and the lower starting price helps, too, making this just a couple of steps above an impulse purchase, at least as far as laptops are concerned.

But if all that adds up to a modest step forward, the amazing battery life, which Apple and Intel must share credit for (with the scale tilting towardsthe Intel side), makes this feel like a brand-new era for the MacBook. Even if our hour video playback battery life run is cut by a third or more in rigorous real-world conditions, you've still got a true all-day, always-on computer. Couple that with OS X and the best-in-show trackpad and gestures, and I'd be hard-pressed to think of a single competitor that comes close to the ubiquitous usefulness of this system.

Multimedia multitasking test (in seconds)

(Shorter bars indicate better performance)

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Sony Vaio Pro 13

Adobe Photoshop CS5 image-processing test (in seconds)

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Sony Vaio Pro 13

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Apple iTunes encoding test (in seconds)

(Shorter bars indicate better performance)

MacBook Pro inch w/Retina Display (October )

68

MacBook Air inch (June )

76

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82

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Sony Vaio Pro 13

Video playback battery drain test (in minutes)

(Longer bars indicate better performance)

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Sony Vaio Pro 13

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MacBook Pro inch w/Retina Display (October )

HandBrake multitasking

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Sony Vaio Pro 13

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System configurations

MacBook Air inch (June )
OSX Mountain Lion; GHz Intel Core iU; 4GB DDR3 SDRAM 1,MHz; 1,MB (Shared) Intel HD Graphics ; GB Apple SSD

MacBook Air inch (June )
OSX Mountain Lion; GHz Intel Core iU; 4GB DDR3 SDRAM 1,MHz; 1,MB (Shared) Intel HD Graphics ; GB Apple SSD

Apple MacBook Pro inch w/ Retina Display (October )
OSX Mountain Lion; GHz Intel Core i; 8GB DDR3 SDRAM 1,MHz; MB (Shared) Intel HD ; GB Apple SSD

Sony Vaio Pro 13
Windows 8 (bit); GHz Intel Core iU; 4GB DDR3 SDRAM 1,MHz; 1,MB (Shared) Intel HD Graphics ; GB Samsung SSD

MacBook Air inch (June )
OSX Lion ; GHz Intel Core iU; 4GB DDR3 SDRAM 1,; MB (Shared) Intel HD Graphics ; GB Apple SSD

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Identify your MacBook Air model

Use this information to find out which MacBook Air you have, and where it fits in the history of MacBook Air.

Your Mac provides several tools to help you identify it. The simplest is About This Mac, available by choosing About This Mac from the Apple  menu in the upper-left corner of your screen. The other is the System Information app. Learn how to use these tools to identify your Mac.

If you don’t have your Mac or it doesn’t start up, use one of these solutions instead:

  • Find the serial number printed on the underside of your Mac, near the regulatory markings. It’s also on the original packaging, next to a barcode label. You can then enter that serial number on the Check Coverage page to find your model.
  • The original packaging might also show an Apple part number, such as MQD32xx/A (“xx” is a variable that differs by country or region). You can match the Apple part number to one in the list below to find your model.

List of MacBook Air models

MacBook Air models are organized by the year they were introduced, starting with the most recent. Click the model name for detailed technical specifications. 

MacBook Air models from  and newer can run the latest version of macOS. For older models, the latest compatible operating system is noted.

MacBook Air (M1, )
Colors: Space gray, gold, silver
Model Identifier: MacBookAir10,1
Part Numbers: MGN63xx/A, MGN93xx/A, MGND3xx/A, MGN73xx/A, MGNA3xx/A, MGNE3xx/A
Tech Specs: MacBook Air (M1, )
User Guide: MacBook Air (M1, )

 

MacBook Air (Retina, inch, )
Colors: Space gray, gold, silver
Model Identifier: MacBookAir9,1
Part Numbers: MVH22xx/A, MVH42xx/A, MVH52xx/A, MWTJ2xx/A, MWTK2xx/A, MWTL2xx/A
Tech Specs: MacBook Air (Retina, inch, )
User Guide: MacBook Air (Retina, inch, )

MacBook Air (Retina, inch, )
Colors: Space gray, gold, silver
Model Identifier: MacBookAir8,2
Part Numbers: MVFH2xx/A, MVFJ2xx/A, MVFK2xx/A, MVFL2xx/A, MVFM2xx/A, MVFN2xx/A, MVH62xx/A, MVH82xx/A
Tech Specs: MacBook Air (Retina, inch, )
User Guide: MacBook Air (Retina, inch, )

 

MacBook Air (Retina, inch, )
Colors: Space gray, gold, silver
Model Identifier: MacBookAir8,1
Part Numbers: MRE82xx/A, MREA2xx/A, MREE2xx/A, MRE92xx/A, MREC2xx/A, MREF2xx/A, MUQT2xx/A, MUQU2xx/A, MUQV2xx/A
Tech Specs: MacBook Air (Retina, inch, )
User Guide: MacBook Air (Retina, inch, )

 

MacBook Air (inch, Early )
Model Identifier: MacBookAir7,2
Part Numbers: MJVE2xx/A, MJVG2xx/A, MMGF2xx/A, MMGG2xx/A
Tech Specs: MacBook Air (inch, Early )
User Guide: MacBook Air (inch, Early )

 

MacBook Air (inch, Early )
Model Identifier: MacBookAir7,1
Part Numbers: MJVM2xx/A, MJVP2xx/A
Tech Specs: MacBook Air (inch, Early )
User Guide: MacBook Air (inch, Early )

 

MacBook Air (inch, Early )
Model Identifier: MacBookAir6,2
Part Numbers: MDxx/B, MDxx/B
Tech Specs: MacBook Air (inch, Early )
User Guide: MacBook Air (inch, Early )

 

MacBook Air (inch, Early )
Model Identifier: MacBookAir6,1
Part Numbers: MDxx/B, MDxx/B
Tech Specs: MacBook Air (inch, Early )
User Guide: MacBook Air (inch, Early )

 

MacBook Air (inch, Mid )
Model Identifier: MacBookAir6,2
Part Numbers: MDxx/A, MDxx/A
Tech Specs: MacBook Air (inch, Mid )
User Guide: MacBook Air (inch, Mid )

 

MacBook Air (inch, Mid )
Model Identifier: MacBookAir6,1
Part Numbers: MDxx/A, MDxx/A
Tech Specs: MacBook Air (inch, Mid )
User Guide: MacBook Air (inch, Mid )

 

MacBook Air (inch, Mid )
Model Identifier: MacBookAir5,2
Part Numbers: MDxx/A, MDxx/A
Newest compatible operating system: macOS Catalina
Tech Specs: MacBook Air (inch, Mid )
User Guide: MacBook Air (inch, Mid )

 

MacBook Air (inch, Mid )
Model Identifier: MacBookAir5,1
Part Numbers: MDxx/A, MDxx/A
Newest compatible operating system: macOS Catalina
Tech Specs: MacBook Air (inch, Mid )
User Guide: MacBook Air (inch, Mid )

 

MacBook Air (inch, Mid )
Model Identifier: MacBookAir4,2
Part Numbers: MCxx/A, MCxx/A
Newest compatible operating system: macOS High Sierra 
Tech Specs: MacBook Air (inch, Mid )
User Guide: MacBook Air (inch, Mid )

 

MacBook Air (inch, Mid )
Model Identifier: MacBookAir4,1
Part Numbers: MCxx/A, MCxx/A
Newest compatible operating system: macOS High Sierra 
Tech Specs: MacBook Air (inch, Mid )
User Guide: MacBook Air (inch, Mid )

 

MacBook Air (inch, Late )
Model Identifier: MacBookAir3,2
Part Numbers: MCxx/A, MCxx/A
Newest compatible operating system: macOS High Sierra 
Tech Specs: MacBook Air (inch, Late ) 

 

MacBook Air (inch, Late )
Model Identifier: MacBookAir3,1
Part Numbers: MCxx/A, MCxx/A
Newest compatible operating system: macOS High Sierra 
Tech Specs: MacBook Air (inch, Late )

 

MacBook Air (Mid )
Model Identifier: MacBookAir2,1
Part Numbers: MCxx/A, MCxx/A, MCxx/A
Newest compatible operating system: OS X El Capitan
Tech Specs: MacBook Air (Mid )

 

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13" MacBook Air (Mid ) / GHz Core i5 / MDLL/A

MDLL/A / MacBookAir6,2 / A

The 13" MacBook Air (Mid ) - MDLL/A was released in and features a GHz Core i5 processor and 13" display. Graphics processing is handled by an integrated HD Graphics graphics card with GB of VRAM.

The standard model shipped with a GB SSD PCI-E Hard Drive and 4GB of Integrated RAM.

The device was released on June 10th with a MSRP of $1, Overall dimensions are x x inches with a weight of approximately lbs.


MacBook Air MDLL/A Specs

Order Number
MDLL/A
Identifier
MacBookAir6,2
Model Number
A
EMC
Processor Speed
GHz
Processors (Cores)
1 (2 Cores)
Processor Type
Core i5
Hard Drive
GB SSD
Hard Drive Type
PCI-E
RAM
4GB
RAM Type
Integrated
Video Card 1
HD Graphics
VRAM
GB
Built-in Display
13"
Color
N/A
Input
Multi-Touch Trackpad
Optical Drive
N/A
AirPort
ac
Bluetooth
Power Brick
45w MagSafe 2
Dimensions
x x inches
Avg. Weight
lbs
Release Date
June 10th
MSRP
$1,
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MacBook Air (inch, Mid ) - Technical Specifications

Display

  • inch (diagonal) LED-backlit glossy widescreen display with support for millions of colors
  • Supported resolutions:
    by (native), by , by , and by pixels at aspect ratio and by and by pixels at aspect ratio

Storage1

  • GB flash storage
  • GB flash storage
    Configurable to GB flash storage.

Processor

  • GHz dual-core Intel Core i5 (Turbo Boost up to GHz) with 3MB shared L3 cache
    Configurable to GHz dual-core Intel Core i7 (Turbo Boost up to GHz) with 4MB shared L3 cache.

Memory

  • 4GB of MHz LPDDR3 onboard memory
    Configurable to 8GB.

Size and Weight

  • Height: inch ( cm)
  • Width: inches ( cm)
  • Depth: inches ( cm)
  • Weight: pounds ( kg)2

Graphics and Video Support

  • Intel HD Graphics
  • Dual display and video mirroring: Simultaneously supports full native resolution on the built-in display and up to by pixels on an external display, both at millions of colors
  • Thunderbolt digital video output
    • Native Mini DisplayPort output
    • DVI output using Mini DisplayPort to DVI Adapter (sold separately)
    • VGA output using Mini DisplayPort to VGA Adapter (sold separately)
    • Dual-link DVI output using Mini DisplayPort to Dual-Link DVI Adapter (sold separately)
    • HDMI audio and video output using third-party Mini DisplayPort to HDMI Adapter (sold separately)

Camera

Connections and Expansion

  • Two USB 3 ports (up to 5 Gbps)
  • Thunderbolt port (up to 10 Gbps)
  • MagSafe 2 power port
  • SDXC card slot

Wireless

  • ac Wi-Fi networking;3 IEEE a/b/g/n compatible
  • Bluetooth wireless technology

Audio

  • Stereo speakers
  • Dual microphones
  • Headphone port
  • Support for Apple iPhone headset with remote and microphone

Keyboard and Trackpad

  • Full-size backlit keyboard with 78 (U.S.) or 79 (ISO) keys, including 12 function keys and 4 arrow keys (inverted “T” arrangement) with ambient light sensor
  • Multi-Touch trackpad for precise cursor control; supports inertial scrolling, pinch, rotate, swipe, three-finger swipe, four-finger swipe, tap, double-tap, and drag capabilities

Battery and Power4

  • Up to 12 hours wireless web
  • Up to 10 hours iTunes movie playback
  • Up to 30 days standby time
  • Built-in watt-hour lithium-polymer battery
  • 45W MagSafe 2 Power Adapter with cable management; MagSafe 2 power port

Electrical and Operating Requirements

  • Line voltage: V AC
  • Frequency: 50Hz to 60Hz
  • Operating temperature: 50° to 95° F (10° to 35° C)
  • Storage temperature: ° to ° F (° to 45° C)
  • Relative humidity: 0% to 90% noncondensing
  • Operating altitude: tested up to 10, feet
  • Maximum storage altitude: 15, feet
  • Maximum shipping altitude: 35, feet

Included Software

  • OS X Mountain Lion
    Includes Mail, Messages, Contacts, Calendar, Safari, Reminders, Notification Center, Notes, Dictation, iCloud, Time Machine, FaceTime, Photo Booth, AirPlay, Game Center, the Mac App Store, iTunes, Gatekeeper, Twitter and Facebook integration, and more. Learn more about latest operating system
  • iLife
    Includes iPhoto, iMovie, and GarageBand. 

Limited Warranty and Service

Your MacBook Air comes with 90 days of free telephone support and a one-year limited warranty. Purchase the AppleCare Protection Plan to extend your service and support to three years from your computer’s purchase date. Only the AppleCare Protection Plan provides you with direct telephone support from Apple technical experts and the assurance that repairs will be handled by Apple-authorized technicians using genuine Apple parts. For more information, visit Apple Support or call

In the Box

  • MacBook Air
  • 45W MagSafe 2 Power Adapter, AC wall plug, and power cord
  • Printed and electronic documentation

Configure to Order

Configure your MacBook Air to order with these options, only at the Apple Online Store:

  • GHz dual-core Intel Core i7 (Turbo Boost up to GHz)
  • 8GB memory upgrade
  • GB of flash storage

MacBook Air and the Environment

Apple takes a complete product life cycle approach to determining our environmental impact. Learn more about MacBook Air and the Environment

MacBook Air is designed with the following features to reduce its environmental impact:

  • BFR-free
  • PVC-free5
  • Highly recyclable aluminum enclosure
  • Meets ENERGY STAR requirements
  • Rated EPEAT Gold6

Apple and the Environment

Learn more about Apple’s dedication to reducing the environmental impact of our products and process. Or read our Product Environmental Reports for detailed information on the environmental performance of every Apple product.

Recycling

Apple takes a holistic view of materials management and waste minimization. Learn more about how to recycle your Mac.

Acoustic Performance

DECLARED NOISE EMISSIONS in accordance with ISO

 Sound Power Level
LWAd (B)
1 B = 10 dB
Sound Pressure Level
Operator Position
LpAm (dB)
Idle5
Hard drive accessingN/AN/A
CD drive accessingN/AN/A
  1. LWAd is the statistical upper-limit A-weighted sound power level (rounded to the nearest B).
  2. LpAm is the mean A-weighted sound pressure level measured at the operator position (rounded to the nearest dB).
  3. 1 B (bel) = 10 dB (decibel).

Available Accessories

Mac Software

  • iWork
  • Aperture
  • Logic Pro
  • Final Cut Pro X

Displays and Adapters

  • Apple Thunderbolt Display
  • Apple Mini DisplayPort to DVI Adapter
  • Apple Mini DisplayPort to VGA Adapter
  • Apple Mini DisplayPort to Dual-Link DVI Adapter
  • MagSafe to MagSafe 2 Converter

AirPort and Wireless

  • AirPort Extreme Base Station
  • AirPort Express Base Station
  • AirPort Time Capsule
  • Apple Wireless Keyboard
  • Apple Magic Mouse
  • Apple Magic Trackpad

Other Accessories

  • Apple USB SuperDrive
  • Thunderbolt to Gigabit Ethernet Adapter
  • Thunderbolt to FireWire Adapter
  • AppleCare Protection Plan
  • Apple USB Ethernet Adapter

  1. 1GB = 1 billion bytes; actual formatted capacity less.
  2. Weight varies by configuration and manufacturing process.
  3. Based on an IEEE ac draft specification. Wireless Internet access requires a base station or other wireless access point and Internet access; fees may apply.
  4. Testing conducted by Apple in May using preproduction GHz dual-core Intel Core i5-based inch MacBook Air units and preproduction GHz dual-core Intel Core i5-based inch MacBook Air units. The wireless web test measures battery life by wirelessly browsing 25 popular websites with display brightness set to 12 clicks from bottom or 75%. The HD movie playback test measures battery life by playing back HD p content with display brightness set to 12 clicks from bottom or 75%. The standby test measures battery life by allowing a system, connected to a wireless network, to enter standby mode with Safari and Mail applications launched and all system settings left at default. Battery life varies by use and configuration. See www.apple.com/batteries for more information.
  5. PVC-free AC power cord available in all regions except India and South Korea.
  6. MacBook Air achieved a Gold rating from EPEAT in the U.S. and Canada.
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