An Inside Look into the 2017 Apple MacBook
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The last WWDC 2017 got everyone excited with Apple's newly upcoming products and features. One of these good news is about the new Apple MacBook 2017 that incorporates the much-needed upgrade. Amazingly, this latest Apple MacBook 2017 is more than just last year's refresh. Now, you have the choice of choosing between a 7th-generation Intel Core m3 or Intel Y-Series Core i5 or i7 processor and up to 16GB of RAM. In terms of internal storage, you get options such as 256GB or 512GB SSD. You can take comfort that the new Apple MacBook is faster and more efficient like never before.
When it comes to typing experience, this year's Apple MacBook surprisingly adopts the second-generation butterfly keyboard from the last year's Apple MacBook Pro. Needless to say, this has the effect of solving one of the main weaknesses of last year's Apple MacBook. The new design of Apple MacBook is all about compromise because its display screen delivers impressive viewing quality despite its sleeker and thinner chassis.
Since the Apple MacBook is available at the same price as before, this means that it does not get an increase in price. Although you can now get the last year's Apple MacBook at hopefully cheaper price, it is highly recommended for you to get the new Apple MacBook because it is even significantly better.
Apple MacBook gets better and better
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When Apple announced the new Apple MacBook, it received overwhelming responses because people were eager to see another update from this lightweight laptop. The year 2017 is going to be the third year of Apple MacBook line. While the Apple MacBook Pro receives seemingly minor updates, the Apple MacBook gets a significant upgrade that enhances its value and versatility.
Thanks to the new Intel's seventh-generation Kaby Lake processors, the Apple MacBook enjoys significant speed increase. The Apple MacBook is available in two options: base 1.2GHz dual-core Intel Core m3 or base 1.3GHz dual-core Intel Core i5. Snappier than ever, your Apple MacBook powers your experience like never before.
Apple has brought second-generation butterfly keyboard design from the Apple MacBook Pro line to this Apple MacBook. Needless to say, the end result is an impressive layout which is all about intuitive typing experience. Since the first two Apple MacBooks have been criticized for their super-flat keyboards, the latest Apple MacBook offers tactile feedback as well as noticeable click and spring feel. Together with its Force Touch trackpad, everything seems effortless.
So far, the new Apple MacBook is the best version which offers a rewarding experience. If you still doubt whether you should get this year's Apple MacBook, the new upgrades should convince you that the Apple MacBook is worth the money.