There has been a rumor that Apple could release some new MacBook soon or refresh the existing models and the company has just done that releasing and refreshing some models.
Apple has upgraded the MacBook Air with various new internals including the reliable Magic Keyboard and double the amount of storage than previous model with a new price starting at $999.
The new MacBook Air is the second device to get the scissor-switch keyboard that was first replaced in the 16-inch MacBook Pro by the butterfly keyboard.
The new MacBook Air features the new 10th-generation Intel Core chipset, with the base model featuring the 1.1GHz dual-core i3 processor, while the 1.2GHz quad-core i7 that, with turbo boost will cost you $250 more that can be pushed up to 3.8GHz.
Apple says that the new chipsets can boost the performance twice as fast as the previous model.
The base model is now available with 256GB of SSD storage and can be upgraded up to 2TB of SSD storage which could add up to $800 on your original list price of the device.
It is available in three colors: Space gray, Gold, and Silver
The retail price of the new MacBook Air starts at $999 which places it right between the portable Air and the powerful MacBook Pro. It is available for pre-order today and will be available in stores later this week but currently, Apple stores around the world except Mainland China are closed.
While for Education Buyers the new MacBook Air starts at $899.
Apple has also doubled the sizes of the Mac Mini which makes the base model with 256GB storage is priced at $799 and the 512GB variant is priced at $1,099.