Apple Unveils New Macbook Air, Updated OS
Apple Wednesday unveiled the newest version of its ultrathin Macbook Air, as well as the upcoming new version of the Mac OS software, known as "Lion," and the launch of an App Store for Mac. The new products were unveiled by CEO Steve Jobs at a "Back to the Mac" keynote event in San Francisco.
The new Macbook Air was billed by Jobs as "if a MacBook and an iPad hooked up." Coming in 11.6" and 13" sizes, both available with either 64GB or 128GB of flash storage, the Air notebooks are thinner than the original and spot a full size keyboard, multitouch trackpad, a FaceTime camera and a Core2 Duo Processor.
The Macbook Air computers are priced at $999, $1,199, $1,299 and $1,599. All are available now.