Apple Updates MacBook Air and Entry-Level 13" MacBook Pro

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Apple Updates MacBook Air and Entry-Level 13" MacBook Pro

Apple has updated the MacBook Air and the entry-level 13" MacBook Pro, allowing you to get a start on Back to School. The MacBook Air gets a True Tone display, while the entry-level 13" MacBook Pro gets fully kitted out with an 8th-Gen Intel® Core™ quad-core processor, Touch Bar, True Tone, and more.

The MacBook Air now has True Tone on its Retina Display. True Tone automatically adjusts the white balance to the color temperature of the light around you, providing a much more natural viewing experience.

MacBook Air
MacBook Air

The entry-level 13" MacBook Pro can now house an 8th-Gen Intel® Core™ quad-core processor, which provides up to twice the performance of the previous generation. Apple also added a Touch Bar with the Touch ID sensor and the Apple T2 Security Chip for added security. The 13" Retina Display now also has True Tone technology, just like the MacBook Air. With this update, all current MacBook Pro models will now come with the Touch Bar.

Like other current Mac models, the latest MacBook Air and MacBook Pro models will come with macOS Mojave installed. This fall, you’ll be able to update to macOS Catalina at no cost. See the upcoming new macOS Catalina features and changes at our coverage of Apple WWDC 2019. The mid-2019 MacBook Air now comes with a True Tone Retina Display and a 128GB SSD at a lower price—$1,099—and will be available in Space Gray, Silver, and Gold. The mid 2019 entry-level 13" MacBook Pro, now with the Touch Bar with Touch ID, an 8th-Gen Intel® Core™ i5 quad-core processor, and a 128GB SSD, starts at $1,299 and will be available in Space Gray and Silver. You'll also be able to upgrade to higher specs, such as a 2TB SSD, in custom configurations.

MacBook Pro
MacBook Pro

Both the MacBook Air and the entry-level 13" MacBook Pro are available here.

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