Guess who wins.
Apple’s 2018 MacBook Air debuted Tuesday, to much anticipation—over three long years’ worth, since the prior generation launched in March, 2015. Yes, 2015, which might as well be the Carter Administration in computer years.
For the new MacBook Air, Apple appears to have consulted our list of things the MacBook Air update needed to have. You know, like narrow bezels, fingerprint readers, a higher-resolution screen, Thunderbolt 3, and the latest-generation CPU. Things you can already get in some of the leading 13-inch ultraportable PCs, like Dell’s XPS 13 and HP’s Spectre x360 13—laptops that are refreshed once or twice a year. What a concept.
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