The familiar butterfly keyboard available commonly in Apple’s MacBook will finally be replaced by the latest ‘Magic Keyboard.’ That’s not all, as the new MacBook 2020 is slated to be loaded with multiple upgraded features. It comes with upgraded Intel processors, the new Intel Iris Plus, along with a base storage of 256 GB, instead of the earlier versions of 128 GB. Even the RAM has undergone major upgrades. Along with all these, Apple has also claimed to ensure all-day battery life with the new launch.
Anyone who is familiar with the last generation models of MacBook Air will notice that the chassis remains the same. The latest version continues with the aluminum design that has been around since 2018. The touch ID support has also been added. Apple has also made some serious changes to Mac mini, which comes with almost double its storage capacity.
In spite of all these updates, the main pull for the MacBook Air 2020 remains the Magic Keyboard, which was present earlier on the MacBook Pro of sixteen inches. The inverted T-arrows along with refined scissor mechanisms aims to ensure a quiet and quick typing response. The ambient sensor and backlit keys remain the same as always.
Besides this new and improved keyboard, the new MacBook Air comes with tenth generation Intel core processor that can deliver a performance which is twice as fast as the previous models. You have the option of selecting either 1.1GHz quad-core Intel Core i5 or 1.1GHz dual-core Intel Core i3.
Moreover, Intel Iris Plus and Thunderbolt 3 external graphics processors also come together for ensuring faster responses. The new hardware enabled on the MacBook Air 2020 ensures eighty percent swifter performance compared to the models of the previous generation.