Apple’s Affordable MacBook: A Potential Game-Changer in Education

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Apple has recently come up with MacBook Air 15 at WWDC 2023 event in June. The competition is PC market now a days is heating up with Google’s Chromebooks and some entry-level Windows laptops. Apple is up for the competition in this field. According to a new report, Apple is working on making low-cost MacBook models which will compete Chromebook models in education sector. These MacBook models are expected to make the debut in the next half of next year.

MacBook Air 15 come up with usual sleek metal casing that Apple is famous for. The use of less expensive materials as well as components of these models set them apart. At the moment, Windows laptops and Chromebooks are famous options among the students and in educational institutions. Apple on the other hand is planning to compete with Chromebook. At the moment the most affordable Apple laptop is M1-powered MacBook Air 13-inch. Chromebooks and Windows laptops are currently common options among students and in educational settings. According to the report, over 13 point 9 million Chromebooks were shipped in 2019 and over 30 point 4 million units will be shipped in 2020. More than 331.5 million Chromebooks will be available in 2021. With a goal of keeping the cost of these new MacBook laptops under $1,000 (roughly Rs. 80,000), Apple appears to be aiming for the Chromebook market. The plans for inexpensive MacBook models have not yet been officially confirmed by Apple, so proceed with caution.

Apple MacBook Air M1 has been equipped with 13.3-inch IPS Retina display with a sharp resolution of 1600×1560 pixels. It has got a very powerful Apple M1 chip and it is empowered with 16GGB RAM and 2TB storage. It has also been equipped with HD FaceTime camera as well as a Touch ID sensor for additional security. It has got stereo speakers with Dolby Atmos which ensures that you have got a crisp audio experience.

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