A classic design, refreshed for 2018
Lightweight, premium-feel body
Retina Display screen
Two USB-C ports
The MacBook Air 2018 has slid down our rankings in recent months, falling behind competitors due to its outdated processor and design.
Despite being in dire need of a refresh, this is still a solid laptop. The 2018 line-up brings a 2560 x 1600 Retina Display screen, Touch ID and the T2 security chip, which encrypts your files on the go. The stereo speakers also offer sound quality that’s among the best of any laptop we’ve seen recently. For everyday use, the battery gave us 9-10hrs of power.
Pricing for the range starts at £1199, which means you can get similarly priced Windows machines that boast a far better performance. But if you’re invested in the Apple ecosystem, the Apple MacBook Air (2018) is still a brilliant ultrabook.
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