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Apple MacBook Air (2019) review: the new normal

July 17, 2019

Via: The Verge

There’s not a lot that’s changed with 2019’s iteration of the MacBook Air — it’s a minor tweak on the major changes Apple introduced last year. It still has a beautiful Retina display — only now it’s True Tone so it matches the color temperature of the room. There are still two USB-C / Thunderbolt ports instead of MagSafe and traditional USB-A ports. The processor is unchanged, a Y-series chip that does the job but can struggle under heavy loads. It still has Touch ID for securely logging in. And it still — yes — has a controversial and divisive butterfly keyboard to type on.

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