You might have been using a MacBook model for sometimes now but maybe, you don’t know everything about it. Sometimes you miss some great features in your MacBook because you are afraid of using things you are not sure about. It’s always good not to make any changes your MacBook unless you are sure about it. If you still getting familiar with your device, you are at the right place to learn how to use and understand your MacBook regardless of its model.
The two standard available MacBook models have the same screen size and both measures 12 inches diagonally and their dimensions are identical. To be precise, the dimensions for both include 28.05cm x 19.65cm with 3.5mm at the edge making their thickness to be 13.1mm. The weights are different with the new MacBook weighing only 920g.
The two models differ when it comes to the amount of storage available as well as the speed of the processor. The other obvious difference is the colors: gold, space grey and silver.
For the entry-level MacBook unit, it provides a 1.1 GHz twin-core Intel Core M processor or Turbo Boost up to 2.4 GHz. It also offers a flash-based storage of 256GB PCIe. The other MacBook model provides a 1.2GHz twin-core Intel Core M processor or if you like, a Turbo Boost up to 2.6GHz. It also offers a flash-based storage of 512GB PCIe. As far as RAM is concerned, both models offer 8GB. Again, they both offer Intel HD Graphics 5300.
The New MacBook
The new MacBook comes with many new features such as a Force Touch trackpad, which uses built-in force sensors. Due to the sensors, there is a new dimension to clicking because when you click; there is a sound haptic feedback. The new MackBook also comes with a new keyboard with more spaced keys as compared to the previous one. Because Apple has incorporated new technologies into manufacturing the new one, it’s slimmer and lighter as compared to any other Mac.
Its Retina display uses less energy probably because of its thinner screen. In fact, it’s the thinnest screen ever as compared to the previous Mac. It provides a 16.10 aspect ratio as well as a resolution of 230 x 1440. If Apple’s claim is anything to go by, then it’s designed for the wireless world.
Once you know how to use MacBook properly, you will enjoy even the most hidden features.