First 2018 MacBook Air Unboxing Videos Show What You Get In The Box

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Apple recently unveiled its latest 2018 iPad Pro, 2018 MacBook Air and the highly anticipated Mac Mini at its October 30 event. The event was packed with a bevy of surprises, well mostly, since a lot of details were already leaked. Nonetheless, we’re glad that the products were refreshed to match the latest specifications. Apart from the iPad Pro, which was one of the most highly anticipated toys to be released by the company, the MacBook Air receives necessary specs boost and an all-new Retina Display. Now, the high-end notebook has made its way out and the first unboxing videos have started to appear.

2018 MacBook Air Unboxing Videos Show Color-Matched Stickers And 30W USB-C Adapter

While the unboxing videos do not share the entire perspective or aren’t full reviews at this point, a lot of details are available for you to ponder over. The first ever YouTube unboxing videos come from channels focusing on vlogging rather than the traditional tech channels. One of the first channels to share the 2018 MacBook Air unboxing video was TechMeOut. Jessica Whitaker also shared her unboxing video in the same gold color option. the video shows her BTS vlog to the Apple event.

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The 2018 MacBook Air showcased in the video comes in gold color color option and upon unboxing, we can see that Apple has added teh color-matched Apple stickers. As for what you get in the box is a USB- charging cable along with a 30W USB-C power adapter. In comparison, this is the same power brick that ships with the 12-inch MacBook. The MacBook Pro without Touch Bar ships with a 61W power adapter.

This is just the start to a plethora of unboxing videos which will be available on YouTube. We will see more color options and initial impressions of the YouTubers.

There will be more to the story, so be sure to stay tuned in for more details. This is all for now, folks. What are your thoughts on the 2018 MacBook Air? Have you ordered yours yet? Let us know in the comments.

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