Apple made a peaceful move up to the 13-inch MacBook Air on Tuesday that makes the base model a more alluring purchase. Rather than getting 4GB of RAM at the tablet’s entrance level value, you now get 8GB.
The update from 4GB of RAM to 8GB already cost $100.
It may not seem like an immense change, but rather RAM is unimaginably essential for keeping a PC running easily. On the off chance that you anticipate utilizing a MacBook for no less than two or three years for anything other than the most fundamental undertakings, you ought to have no less than 8GB of RAM.
Sadly, the 11-inch MacBook Air base model still accompanies 4GB of RAM. Mac likewise invigorated the 12-inch MacBook on Tuesday with overhauled specs and a Rose Gold shading alternative.