Available in silver, space gray, and gold, the latest MacBook Air features a stunning Retina display with True Tone technology, Touch ID, a backlit Magic Keyboard, and a Force Touch trackpad - all housed in a thin and light iconic wedge design made from 100 percent recycled aluminum.² And with 11-hour battery life, it's a do-it-all notebook that goes all day long.¹
Stunning 13.3" Retina display with True Tone technology³
Backlit Magic Keyboard and Touch ID
Tenth-generation Intel Core i5 processor
Intel Iris Plus Graphics
Fast SSD storage
8GB of memory
Stereo speakers with wider stereo sound
Two Thunderbolt 3 (USB Type-C) ports
Up to 11 hours of battery life¹
Force Touch trackpad
Available in gold, space gray, and silver
The latest version of macOS
Configurable processor, memory, and storage options are available
¹ Battery life varies by use and configuration. See apple.com/batteries for more information.
² Recycled material claim applies to the enclosure and is based on auditing done by UL LLC.
³ Display size is measured diagonally.
Apple MacBook Air 13.3" Laptop with Touch ID - Intel Core i5 - 8GB Memory - 512GB Solid State Drive (Latest Model)
30W USB-C Power Adapter
USB-C Charge Cable (2 m)
Total Storage Capacity
Solid State Drive Capacity
System Memory (RAM)
Intel Iris Plus Graphics
Processor Speed (Base)
Intel 10th Generation Core i5
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Intel 10th Generation Core i5
MacBook Air 13.3" Laptop with Touch ID - Intel Core i5 - 8GB Memory - 512GB Solid State Drive (Latest Model)
I made the jump finally to a Mac and I can't believe I didn't do it sooner. This Macbook Air is a great machine for an ultra portable laptop. Even thought it is an ultra portable laptop it doesn't feel cheap or slow or like it is holding back anything from a performance standpoint. The Mac OS is better than I expected and the fit and finish of this laptop is the best I have ever used. I have been using exclusively Dell and Lenovo brand laptops for many years and I now realize I have been missing out on this addition of the Apple ecosystem for too long.
Everyone always talks down on a MacBook Air. But, I love mine. It’s perfect for my photography business and has lots of storage, and fast. I even brought my 10 year old one because of how pleased I was with mine, and she has been using it and loving it for remote learning and gaming.
MacBook came in excellent condition. I upgraded from a HP laptop so, this is my first MacBook. With that being said, I can't compare it to previous versions/models but I can say, It is absolutely what I wanted! Lightweight, sleek , smooth and very convenient. I love how easy the set up process was and the Touch ID is easily one of my favorites.
First and foremost. I have been an avid Windows user for about 15 years. I even had a Windows Phone when those were in existence. For the past 4 years I have made my way into the Apple ecosystem and I feel that this has been the best choice for me. Long story short, this MacBook purchase culminates my love for all things Apple. Granted it isn't as powerful as the Pro version but for what I do with editing photos, mixing music and video all while browsing the web, it is sufficient in its ability to preform!
The analysis of all aggregated expert reviews shows that the reviewers are positive about connectivity, touchpad, portability and design. Editors are less positive about energy and price. Using an algorithm based on product age, reviewers ratings history, popularity, product category expertise and other factors, this product gets an alaTest Expert Rating of 100/100 = Excellent quality.
The MacBook Air is easier to recommend than before, thanks to a lower starting price, double the base storage and, most importantly, a redesigned keyboard that's actually pleasant to type on. Other brands offer either a full-size USB port orFull Review
Tom's GuideRating, 4 out of 54.0Henry T. Casey on April 9, 2020
MacBook Air 2020 review
The new MacBook Air is the best MacBook for most people, with an improved Magic Keyboard, long battery life and a lower price.Full Review
Here's why you should buy the new 2020 MacBook Air [Comparison]
Apple has officially debuted a new MacBook Air that brings some of the first major changes to the laptop since Apple revitalized it in 2018. Read on as we compare the new 2020 MacBook Air against its predecessor, with details on performance, theFull Review
A:AnswerI purchased the “Latest model” which is the 2020 MBA (review product specs). This product has a 10th gen processor (faster), touch ID is integrated into the keyboard, and the display has True Tone technology - just to name a few features.
A:AnswerThese days, yes. I have a Mac running High Sierra. When I brose the online news services sneaky pop ups request that I upgrade my flash. I am also bombarded in my emails with phishing, trying to download viruses. But, the worst attempts are trojans lurking in fake update prompts. Best Buy sells Webroot security. There is nothing better right now. The poor reviews of this product are because the the reviewers are unable to test cloud based security. Testing for a review requires lab grade equipment, not subjective responses.
A:AnswerExternal hard drives and external Solid State Drives only increase storage by backup, such as 512GB (effective 499.7GB this machine) up to 3TB. They cannot increase memory such as 8GB to 16GB under any circumstances.
A:AnswerThe 2020 will be better for gaming than the 2019 model but take in consideration that the MacBook Air wasn't designed for intense gaming. So depending on what type of gaming you plan to do you might have the same problems with the 2020 model. For mild gaming you won't have any problems.