Apple introduced the new iPad, MacBook Air and Mac mini, which launched the latest device update this year. All new equipment can be booked today, delivery date is November 7. Here’s a complete look at them.
The MacBook Air finally got a refresh after years of MacBook Pro updates. The 2018 MacBook Air now has 13.3-inch Retina display, third-gen butterfly keyboard, Touch ID, and Siri is built in. The headphone jack remains, along with two USB-C ports. Inside, the new MacBook Air has an 8th Gen Intel dual-core CPU and up to 16GB of RAM and 1.5TB SSD.
The new MacBook Air will also be available in the new colors that have been previously available with the latest MacBooks. The laptop costs $1,199 for the 8GB RAM / 128GB SSD configuration.
The Mac mini made its return today with 8th Gen 6-core or quad-core processors for up to five times faster performance. It can support up to 64GB RAM or an all-flash storage of up to 2TB SSD, and it comes with a ton of ports, including two USB-A, four Thunderbolt / USB-C ports, and an Ethernet port. The Mac mini starts at $799 for quad-core Intel Core i3 processor, 8GB RAM, and 128GB of SSD storage.
The new iPad Pro has a souped-up A12X Bionic chip that Apple says makes the iPad 35 percent faster overall with “1,000 times” faster graphics. It also claims “all-day” battery life. With USB-C power going both in and out, you can also use the iPad Pro to charge your iPhone. The new iPad Pro starts at $799 for the 11-inch device and $999 for 12.9-inch with just Wi-Fi. The older, smaller 10.5-inch iPad Pro now starts at $649.