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Guide to Apple MacBook Air

MacBook Air is generally better for professionals who want the benefits of the Apple ecosystem, but don’t need a laptop as high-powered as the MacBook Pro.

MacBook Air 13" M3

MacBook Air 13”

Gets the job done with M3. Both MacBook Air 13” and 15” feature Apple M3 chips.

Good spec upgrades. MacBook Air 13” is available with either an 8-Core CPU and 8-Core GPU, or an 8-Core CPU and 10-Core GPU.

Both the 13” and 15” can be upgraded to a maximum 24GB RAM and 2TB SSD.

Smaller and lighter. The 13” MacBook Air is the smallest and lightest laptop that Apple offers, weighing in at just 1.24 kg.

MacBook Air 15″

Gets the job done with M3. Both MacBook Air 13” and 15” have Apple M3 chips.

Good spec upgrades. MacBook Air 15” is only available with an 8-Core CPU and 10-Core GPU.

Both the 13” and 15” can be upgraded to a maximum 24GB RAM and 2TB SSD.

Bigger and slightly heavier. The MacBook Air 15” weighs a little bit more than the 13”, at 1.51 kg.

MacBook Air 15" M3

MacBook Airs Compared

Starting SpecWeightFlexi Price
MacBook Air 13″8-CORE CPU/8-CORE GPU, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD1.24kgFrom £9.70 per week
MacBook Air 15″8-CORE CPU/10-CORE GPU, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD1.41kgFrom £11.45 per week

MacBook Air in summary

Apple’s MacBook Air range is designed to meet the needs of on-the-go professionals. With their lightweight design and efficient M3 chips, it really just comes down to screen size preference when picking between the MacBook Air 13″ and MacBook Air 15″.