New MacBook Air

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New MacBook Air

The MacBook Air is Apple’s best-selling computer—and for good reason. The ultra-thin, aluminum laptop with all-day battery life has been an iconic trend-setter since its initial release in 2008. 

The new MacBook Air is supercharged with the next-gen Apple M3 chip, offering faster and more responsive performance for enhanced productivity and creativity, along with MagSafe charging, 1080p FaceTime HD webcam, and up to 18 hours of battery life.

Key features of the new MacBook Air With M3 Chip

The newest MacBook Air comes equipped with a M3 chip with 8-core CPU and 10-core GPU (the smaller models come with 8-core GPU options as well), with up to 24GB unified memory. Available in two portable 13" and 15" sizes with speeds up to 1.6x faster than MacBook Air (M1), you can take it anywhere and blaze through work and play.

It also offers a pair of Thunderbolt ports, 3.5mm headphone jack, up to 2TB storage, and six-speaker sound system with support for Spatial Audio and Dolby Atmos. The newest model provides support for up to two external displays (with lid closed) and Wi-Fi 6E (up to 2x faster than Wi-Fi 6). MacBook Airs come in Silver, Starlight, Space Grey, and Midnight.

What is the main difference between the M3 and previous M1 and M2 chips on the MacBook Air?

In terms of performance, the big difference between the previous model and the new MacBook Air 15 inch (also in a smaller 13 inch version) is the M3 chip. 

The MacBook Air M3 is the pinnacle of performance in an ultra-compact package. MacBook Air with M3 leverages the incredible AI performance of the Neural Engine to deliver intelligent macOS features that enhance productivity and creativity, including powerful camera features, real-time speech to text, and visual understanding. 

The M3 chip means the MacBook Air is even faster and more power-efficient than previous generations, delivering real-world performance gains like 13x faster video editing performance, 1.6x faster gaming performance, and 5.8x faster 3D rendering performance. The M2 MacBook Air remains available as a more affordable option.