The number one feature customers have wanted in a MacBook Air has been a retina display.
But we've made the display better in every way.
The familiar aluminum bezel, sorry about that, the familiar aluminum bezel of the current MacBook Air is gone.
The newer, sleek, design takes the display glass right to the edge of the enclosure, forming borders that're 50% narrower.
It features a 13.3 " display, which is the perfect size for such a portable notebook.
And, when it comes to resolution, we've taken the pixels.
And quadrupled them, providing four times the resolution for over four million pixels.
So those text and images are sharper and more detailed.
And with 48% more color, those images are more lifelike than ever.
All of this comes together to give the new mac book air a retina display we know our customers are going to love.
And even with this narrower border design, we were still able to keep the facetime camera at the top of the display...
Which is exactly where you want it when you're making a FaceTime call.
And now, with the group phase time feature in MacOS Mojave, you can invite all your friends to the conversation.
Now next, the MacBook Air has another new feature that customers have been asking for, and that's touch ID.
So now, with just the touch of a finger you can unlock your MacBook Air, buy something cool on Apple Pay or use Touch ID with a third party ID like One Password.
With a durable sapphire crystal surface, we've put the touch ID sensor right into the keyboard
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