New Retina MacBook Release date, Specs and Review

Apple has unveiled a brand-new MacBook, its thinnest MacBook ever and named just MacBook rather than MacBook Air or MacBook Pro. Here's everything you need to know. Apple CEO Tim Cook took to the stage on 9 March at the company's Spring Forward Apple Watch event to unveil the latest development in its MacBook line-up, simply named the New MacBook to create an all-new notebook line, rather than MacBook Pro or MacBook Air (those got their own, smaller updates). Here, we bring you everything you need to know about the New MacBook 2015, including its release date, UK price, specs and features. We are updating this article as Apple unveils the new MacBook.



Apple has reinvented the notebook with the new MacBook, and at just two pounds and 13.1mm, it's the thinnest and lightest Mac ever, said Philip Schiller, Apple's senior vice president of Worldwide Marketing. "Every component of the MacBook reveals a new innovation. From its fanless design, ultra-thin Retina display and full-size keyboard that's 34 percent thinner, to its all-new Force Touch trackpad, versatile USB-C port and breakthrough terraced battery design, the new MacBook is the future of the notebook." New MacBook 2015 release date: When is the new MacBook coming out? Apple will begin selling the new MacBook from 10 April through Apple Online Store, Apple Retail Store and Apple Authorised Resellers. New MacBook 2015 price: How much will the new MacBook cost in the UK?


The new MacBook will start at £1,049. Taking a closer look, you'll find that the 1.1GHz dual-core Intel Core M model with Turbo Boost speeds of up to 2.4GHz, 8GB memory, 256GB of flash storage and Intel HD Graphics 5300 starts at £1,049, while the 1.2GHz dual-core Intel Core M model with Turbo Boost speeds of up to 2.6GHz, 8GB memory, 512GB of flash and Intel HD Graphics 5300 starts at £1,299. Prior to Apple's unveiling, it had been predicted that the MacBook Air would come in iPhone-like Gold finish, as well as the usual silver aluminium and Space Grey, and sure enough the all-new MacBook is available in Gold. It's the thinnest MacBook ever measures just 13.1mm thick, which makes it 24% thinner than the previous thinnest MacBook, the 11in MacBook Air. It also weighs just 2lbs. This design was achieved using a fanless design, which not only reduces noise but also enabled Apple to make the MacBook so thin and light.
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