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Over the past five years, Ap­ple has slowly been up­grad­ing its hard­ware lineup to in­clude Retina dis­plays, first with the MacBook Pro and since with its iMac and MacBook range. The Air is the lat­est de­vice to re­ceive such an up­grade, with the 2018 model in­clud­ing an eye-pop­ping four mil­lion pix­els, four times as many on a typ­i­cal HD lap­top dis­play. Ap­ple says that the new dis­play al­lows im­ages and videos to “take on a new level of de­tail and re­al­ism” and added that “text is so sharp and clear you’ll feel like you’re read­ing doc­u­ments on a printed page.”

On top of its in­creased clar­ity, the new MacBook Air of­fers 48 per­cent more colors than its pre­de­ces­sor, mean­ing that ev­ery­thing you see

on the screen is richer and more vi­brant. And un­like older Air mod­els, a re­duc­tion in bezels (it’s 50 per­cent thin­ner than be­fore) means that the note­book of­fers more screen es­tate so you can spend more time fo­cus­ing on your work.

Tech­nol­ogy vlog­gers granted early ac­cess to the new de­vice were quick to praise the Air’s new screen, with Krys­tal Lora call­ing the new dis­play “beau­ti­ful, and per­fect for peo­ple like me,” whilst Jonathan Mor­ri­son called the old MacBook Air dis­play “pure, hot garbage,” but added that the new Air’s “much, much bet­ter dis­play” that would be great for “al­most ev­ery­one look­ing for a new Mac,” and En­gad­get praised the “gor­geous” screen and loved the re­duc­tion in bezels.

Im­age: Be­beto Matthews

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