The current Macbook Air models contrast from the 2013 variants in that the base model uses a 1.4ghz Intel Core i5, an update from the past 1.3ghz processor. All the more essentially, the 11.6-inch Macbook Air now begins at $899 (from $999) in the US and at £749 (from £849) in the UK, while the 13.3-inch form now drops to $999 (from $1,099) in the US and to £849 (from £949) in the UK. Rundown costs in Australia are Au$1,099 for the 11-inch and Au$1,199 for the 13-inch model.
We've tried the new 2014 forms, and discovered their execution to be marginally made strides. (Some have seen distinctive results, owing to Apple utilizing Ssds from various makers as a part of Airs, yet our tests all fall in accordance with desires from this little CPU uptick.) There's absolutely no motivation to overhaul in the event that you have a year ago's Macbook Air. Rather, the value cut is the huge news here, making this a significantly more reasonable choice for midprice smart phone customers.
While the lower cost is an additionally, the absence of noteworthy execution change and the static physical configuration remind us that the Air is late for a more radical upgrade. Offsetting those two elements, our rating continues as before, and the rest of this audit is basically unaltered from the 2013 rendition. Both the 11-inch and 13-inch Macbook Airs are still generally helpful laptops that are to a great extent disappointment free, yet that likewise fail to offer a percentage of the most recent fancy odds and ends (edge-to-edge glass, touchscreens, higher showcase resolutions) you may be searching