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Apple Revamps the Macbook Air

The much awaited MacBook Air’s have been announced on the WWDC 2013 stage. It was publicized by the Apple’s vice president. The entire refreshed MackBook Air family has been showed off. The 11-inch and the 13-inch have the same framework but use the recently launched 4th generation mobile Intel core CPU called Haswell.


These notebooks will be available in 11-inch and 13-inch screen sizes with 128GB and 256GB options for storage. According to Apple, running on the energy-efficient core Haswell processor, will allow 11inch model’s battery to last 9 hours and the 13inch model will last 12 hours.

It all doesn’t end here. The updated series also offer a faster WiFi 802.11ac support for up to 3 times faster and long reaching WiFi. Not only this, these models have the new SSD drives that are up to 45% faster. The 11-inch model comes in an option of 128GB and 256GB flash storage costing $999 and $1,199 respectively, while the 13-inch model of MacBook Air has come with the same option costing $1,099 for 128GB and $1,299 for 256GB.

What’s interesting is the battery time. According to Apple the Mac book air battery will last all day long. Just what we need! Thanks to the dual-core Haswell–ULT. This time Apple has totally focused on energy-efficient machine.

According to sources these notebooks will be available on June 12 from Apple stores.

Source: GSM Arena | News Archive

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