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Apple today announced a major update to its popular MacBook Air line of notebooks. The computer has gone from a low-resolution screen to a 13.3-inch Retina panel with four times the pixels. The new Air also has a smaller footprint, includes Touch ID and sports upgraded internals like faster CPU and GPU models, Apple’s enhanced T2 chip and more.
Apple this morning announced the long-awaited update to the MacBook Air. It has just about everything users have been asking for—a Retina display, upgraded internals and a smaller footprint—but it all comes at a price. The new Air starts $1,199. The good news, though, is that it looks like Apple has decided to keep the previous-gen MacBook Air around at $999.