12-inch 2015 MacBook vs MacBook Air – Video Showcases the Differences

Rafia Shaikh
Posted Apr 7, 2015
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The new MacBook is about to be launched at the end of this week on Friday, April 10th with a base price of $1299. Carrying some awesome specs, this thinnest and lightest MacBook is being looked forward to by many. Today we are looking at a very comprehensive 2015 MacBook vs MacBook Air comparison video showing off the differences quite clearly. Before going to that video however, here are the specs of this new MacBook:

  • 12-inch Retina display with 2304 x 1440 resolution – first ultra-thin MacBook to sport Retina
  • 2lb weight, 13.1mm thin
  • 1.1GHz Intel Core M processor
  • 8GB of RAM
  • Force Touch trackpad
  • Silent machine with no fan installed whatsoever
  • Up to 9 hrs battery life

– Also, read: 2015 MacBook Pro vs 2014 MacBook Pro – Buying Guide

2015 MacBook vs MacBook Air:

Featuring a single USB-C port and triggering some serious security concerns from all the corners of industry, the new MacBook is possibly one of the most sought-after gadget this time of the year thanks to its immense portability. The thinner form and lighter weight will make this MacBook the best for travelers and the people in business.

We have already shared the first ever 2015 MacBook unboxing video published on a Vietnamese site. It is only expected to follow that with a comparison of the upcoming MacBook with the MacBook Air. This 2015 MacBook vs MacBook Air comparison video comes through an unlikely source – a Ukranian website that has so far remained unseen at least on the international tech industry but what a comprehensive video they have created. Our only complain? There are no subtitles and we are hoping the site will rectify this miss before the release on Friday. Hopes.

While you may not be able to understand the language, you’d still manage to see the differences between the two MacBooks. Let us know how you feel about the new MacBook.

– Also, read: Blind Camera Test: Galaxy S6 edge Leagues Ahead of HTC One M9 and Note 4

– Source: Rozetka

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