Apple offers Macbook Air in different inches and Pro with different sizes of inch. From the most affordable 13-inch MacBook Air to super-light 12-inch MacBook and the 13-inch and 15-inch MacBook Pros with the Touch Bar, Apple offers variety of laptops.
Most Affordable, Longest-Lasting
The MacBook Air is the cheapest notebook in Apple’s lineup at $999, especially now that the 11-inch $899 MacBook Air has been retired. Its battery last about 10.5 hours. Especially for its battery performance it’s a good choice for students with its price. The latest version offers a slightly faster Core i5 processor. MacBook Air’s full-size USB ports and an SD card slot, makes transferring photos from your camera easier.
Most Portable: 12-inch MacBook
MacBook especially for travelers is a one good choice with its being very slim and very light feature. It’s being only 2 pound makes it ultraportable to get. You’ll barely notice this notebook in your bag. The sharp and colorful Retina Display offers good resolution and its strong 9.5 hours of battery life is better than many Windows ultraportables this thin.
The latest version offers a faster Kaby Lake chip, let’s MacBook have an improved keyboard for better typing comfort.
- The body is constructed from aluminum for both. The 13-inch model is 17% thinner than the outgoing model, with 23% less volume, while the 15-inch is also 14% thinner with 20% less volume
- The 1.8GHz of the MacBook Air has to stand up to MacBook Pros at 2.3GHz or 3.1GHz – and those are just the default configurations.
- You can upgrade the Air to a 2.2GHz processor if 1.8 just isn’t enough for you, while options on the Pro depend on if you want the Touch Bar or not. Without, you can go up to 2.5GHz, but models with the Touch Bar can be upgraded up to 3.5GHz.
- The MacBook Air doesn’t have a Retina display, so the pixel density is lower. The Air has a 1440×900 screen resolution compared to the 2560×1600 resolution on the 13in MacBook Pro.
The MacBook Air is available with a choice of 128GB or 256GB storage, as well as a 512GB build-to-order option. The MacBook Pro offers 128GB, 256GB, and 512GB storage.