Apple took the wraps off the new MacBook at its Spring Forward event earlier this week. Unless you were at the event, you will need to wait till April 10 to get your hands-on the ultra-slim notebook. There’s however one way to experience the MacBook right now. Also Read - Flipkart Mobiles Bonanza sale top deals: iPhone SE, Poco X3 Pro and more on discount
The folks at Sketchfab, a 3D model publishing platform, have come up with a 3D render of the new MacBook. You can see the new notebook from all possible angles, and also zoom in and out to see the details. The model in question is the new gold colored variant, which has been introduced on the new MacBook. You can experience the MacBook in 3D below. Also Read - Beware! This new iOS bug breaks WiFi on iPhones: Here's a quick fix for it
As mentioned above, Apple took the wraps off the new MacBook earlier this week, and it claims to have “reinvented the notebook.” It weighs only two pounds, and is only 13.1mm thin. In comparison the MacBook Air is 17.3mm thick. It comes with a fan-less design, thanks to the new Intel Core M chipset clocked at 1.3GHz Turbocharged up to 2.9GHz.
It flaunts a 12-inch Retina display with edge-to-edge cover glass, and boasting a resolution of 2304×1440 pixels. Apple claims that the display panel is only 0.88mm thin, and it consumes 30 percent less energy. The keyboard stretches all the way to the sides, and boasts a new mechanism Apple calls “Butterfly mechanism.” The trackpad too is different this time around, and Apple calls it a Force Touch trackpad.
Another talking point on the new MacBook is the sole USB-C port. Apple says that USB-C is USB, DisplayPort, Power, HDMI, and VGA all in one connector. Since there is only one port, you will need to buy these new accessories to accompany your new notebook.
As mentioned above, the new MacBook goes on sale on April 10 in select markets, including India. Pricing for the notebook starts from a whopping Rs 99,900 onwards.