First introduced to the world last year, the MacBook Air with Retina display has been given a tiny update by Apple. Alongside the update, the company has also lowered down the starting price of the nimble 1.25kg laptop.
Specifically, the update comes in the form of TrueTone feature for its Retina display. This particular technology which already available on plenty of other Apple devices including iPhone and iPad helps adjust the display’s colour temperature according to the surrounding environment so that the viewing experience is more comfortable to user’s eyes.
As for the specs, the MacBook Air still features 8th Gen Intel Core i5 dual-core processor alongside the ability to fit up to 16GB of RAM. Apple also has retained the 128GB, 256GB, and 512GB solid state drive options but somehow, not the 1.5TB storage which has been replaced with 1TB instead.
Another change that Apple has implemented on the MacBook Air is its price tag which now starts at RM 4,699 instead of its original launch price tag of RM 5,249. Readily available from Apple Malaysia’s online store, do note that students out there are able to purchase the laptop at an even lower starting price of RM 4,299.