Make big things happen. All day long.
MacBook Air lasts up to an incredible 12 hours between charges. So from your morning coffee to your evening commute, you can work unplugged. When it's time to kick back and relax, you can get up to 12 hours of iTunes movie playback. And with up to 30 days of standby time, you can go away for weeks and pick up where you left off.
Features a unibody design that's thin and light, yet durable enough to haldle the rigors of everyday life
Whatever the task, fifth-generation Intel Core i5 processors with Intel HD Graphics 6000 are up to it. From editing photos to browsing the web, everything happens ultra-fast. And all that power is encased in an incredibly thin 1.7-centimetre unibody design that weighs only 1.35 kilos.
Thanks to compact SSD storage in MacBook Air, there's plenty of room for a big battery. Working together with the power-efficient fifth-generation Intel Core architecture, this battery can post some impressive numbers. MacBook Air gets up to 12 hours of battery life on a single charge. That gives you all-day power for surfing the web or watching iTunes films. Put MacBook Air to sleep for more than 3 hours, and it enters standby mode to conserve battery life for up to 30 days.
Up to 12hrs
MacBook Air is powered by fifth-generation Intel Core i5 and i7 processors. This ultra-efficient architecture was designed to use less power and still deliver high performance. Which means not only can you do whatever you want-you can keep doing it for longer than before. In addition, the Intel HD Graphics 6000 processor offers advanced performance you'll particularly notice with games and other graphics-intensive tasks.
The Multi-Touch gestures in macOS make everything you do on MacBook Air more intuitive, direct and fun. And the spacious Multi-Touch trackpad is perfectly designed for them, whether it's a three-finger swipe to activate Mission Control or a four-finger pinch to see all your apps in Launchpad. Gesture responses are smooth and realistic. So when you're scrolling up and down a web page or swiping from one full-screen app to another, it's almost like you're touching what you're seeing.