Apple(NEW YORK) — Apple on Tuesday unveiled a new version of its MacBook Air at an event in Brooklyn, New York.
The new notebook is the "greenest" Mac to date, manufactured with 100 percent recycled aluminum.
It weighs just 2.75 pounds — a quarter of a pound lighter than its predecessor.
Apple said the new MacBook Air boasts a 20 percent larger trackpad and the keys offer a more "precise and responsive" user experience. The company also quadrupled the resolution, allowing the text and photos to be sharper and more detailed.

MacBook Air specs:
Mult ports USB, Thunderbolt, HDMI
8th gen Intel graphics
16GB memory (double); 1.5 TB SSD — 60 % faster
Battery: 12 hrs of wireless web browsing, 13 hrs of iTunes movie playback
Portability: 17% < volume
15.6 mm, 10% thinner
2.75 lbs < (0.25 lb)#AppleEvent

— Soo Youn (@lalasoo) October 30, 2018

"Every part of the product has been redesigned and engineered," according to Apple's vice president of hardware engineering.

New MacBook Air #AppleEvent:
No Aluminium bezel
Borders 50% narrower
13.3” display
quadrupled pixels to 4 million pixels
48% more color
FaceTime HD camera
Can FaceTime with multiple people
Touch ID- unlock to turn on, use Apple Pay and Third Party apps
T2 security chip

— Soo Youn (@lalasoo) October 30, 2018

The MacBook Air goes on sale Tuesday and will be available next week. It starts at $1,199.
The event is being held at the BAM Howard Gilman Opera House.
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