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5 Mar, 2024
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Apple has revealed an update to its beloved MacBook Air series, introducing the latest M3 chipset to the lineup.

This chipset, previously seen in the MacBook Pro and iMac, will power the new 13- and 15-inch MacBook Air models.

The M3 chip boasts significant performance enhancements, with benchmark tests indicating a notable 17 percent improvement in single-core tasks and a 21 percent boost in multi-core tasks compared to its predecessor, the M2. Additionally, GPU performance sees an increase of approximately 15 percent.

While maintaining the sleek design of previous models, the new MacBook Airs retain their 13.6-inch screen and quad-speaker setup. They come with 8GB of RAM, expandable to 24GB, and storage options up to 2TB. Noteworthy additions include support for up to two external displays when the laptop is closed and Wi-Fi 6E connectivity.

The 13-inch M3 MacBook Air starts at $1,099, while the 15-inch model begins at $1,299. The M1 MacBook Air is phased out, while the M2 13-inch model remains available for $999.

Pre-orders for the new MacBook Air have already opened and will be available starting March 8.