Apart from the news conference held on the highly published Apple Watch, Apple also brings the latest Mac product which is known as the new MacBook 12, named due to the size of 12 inches only. The new MacBook 12 is much slimmer fuselage, fitted with a retina screen, with no fan design and long lasting battery life. It has a new keyboard too, comes with lot of updated features, just prior to the exposure of these we have foreseen that a little surprises.
A thinner body
In terms of design, the new 12-inch MacBook and previous exposure modeling is basically the same. It has a Golden appearance on the body, design is also very much in line with Apple’s current design trends. It is reported that the new 12-inch MacBook body weighs only 2 pounds (about 907g), with thickness of only 13.1mm, about 24% thinner than MacBook Air. Statistically this is Apple’s most lightweight MacBook products.
Fitted with a retina screen
Always ultra thin and light MacBook Air does not carry more HD screen is often criticized for better HD viewing problems, however the new 12-inch MacBook is expected to carry a retina screen. This new feature hopefully will change the embarrassment of ultra thin and light MacBook for not having retina screen previously. It is now comes with 2304×1440 the retina screen, more pixels that make up each pixel is composed of three primary colors, which can result in better visual perception.
Fanless design and long battery life
Another early guess characteristic is on the fanless design, as introduced in the Intel Core-M processor, after PC manufacturer such as ASUS has launched a fanless device based on Core-M. It is clear that Apple has been a step slow in the character. Core-M means ultra-low power consumption. For busy users, the machine can support more than 9 hours of work without charging capacity throughout the day, this will reflect the outstanding mobile performance.
Due to some changes in the mold of new 12-inch MacBook it uses a new keyboard design in the new keyboard input to give users a better experience, but judging from the actual photos, the new keypads in the new MacBook has been shortened a lot.
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