MacBook Air Has the Feel Of an iPad In a Laptop

Among the many advantages of Apple iPad tablet are its ability to start instantly, it resumes where you left off, and has a long battery life. And these are benefits for which one uses laptops for. But for an instance imagine somebody designed an actual laptop that worked this way—well, somebody has done that for you and its none other than Apple itself.

Apple’s new MacBook Air, which went on sale last week. The starting price of the laptop is $999, which is very low for an Apple laptop.  MacBook Air Apples laptop revolutionary machine  comes in two sizes. One model has an 11.6-inch screen and weighs 2.3 pounds, while the larger model starts at $1,299, with 13.3-inch screen and weighs 2.9 pounds. Both the models have a long battery life making, even if it is on power saving for a long time.

Apple has re-built these new MacBook Airs sleep by adding a long “standby” period that lasts up to 30 days. This standby mode activates within an hour of idle time, making the process very fast. These and several other changes have been made to make these two models look like the iPad and iPhone, without losing their traditional keyboards, touchpads and mice.

Other changes include a “app store” that Apple plans to introduce for the Mac. The store will enable the users to find and download programs for the computers, and notify them of updates. Another important feature of the new MacBook Air is high screen resolutions so the users can fit more material into their relatively small sizes. Also, both the MacBooks have full-size keyboards, though the 11-inch model has reduced-size function keys.

These two models of MacBook lack a DVD drive and an Ethernet port. But overall, Apple has done a great job in giving these two new MacBook Airs feel more like iPads and iPhones, while retaining their computing attributes.