A few days ago, Apple quietly updated its MacBook Air and 13-inch MacBook Pro product line on its official website. Then Apple announced that two products, 12 – inch MacBook and MacBook Pro (no Touch bar), would be suspended.
The 12-inch MacBook may disappoint some users, but after the 13-inch Retinal Screen version of MacBook Air was launched last fall, the 12-inch MacBook was positioned awkwardly. After all, the former is cheaper, has more ports, supports Touch ID, has longer battery life and only outweighs the two-pound MacBook Air. Ok, just a little bit heavier. The 13-inch Air is slightly larger than the 12-inch MacBook, but the display is also larger.
MacBook Air didn’t adjust its performance configuration much this time. It just added True Tone display and lowered some starting price. Compared with last year’s version of Apple, it still gave users a lot of discounts. Configuration upgrade price is lower.
In addition, MacBook Pro is now fully equipped with Touch Bar, and products without Touch Bar will no longer be sold. The specific price can be referred to Apple’s official website: https://www.apple.com./