Introducing MacBook Air 15’’
Narrator: MacBook Air for the first time ever in 15 inches.
Abidur Chowdhury: We’ve been dreaming about making this for years. We designed a big, beautiful display, but kept it incredibly thin and super light.
Narrator: It’s all possible because of Apple silicon.
Abidur Chowdhury: M2 is so efficient that we don’t need a fan, which means you’ll have a Macbook Air that’s as thin as ever while running completely silent.
Narrator: And everything comes together inside a design packed so tight that there’s barely room for an ant.
Vincent Gu: From the side, it almost disappears. And the Liquid Retina display? Just look at it. That’s twice the resolution of a comparable 15-inch PC laptop and 25 percent brighter.
Kieran Poulain: A bigger display means more room, and more room means more speakers.
“Double the bass, double the bass, double the bass.”
Kieran Poulain: They have double the bass of the 13-inch MacBook Air. And because the speakers are located behind the keyboard, the sound reflects off the display towards the viewer, so it feels super immersive.
Narrator: OK, so tell us more about the chip.
Eunice Chang: It’s a very efficient SoC with an 8-core CPU, 10-core GPU, and a 16-core Neural Engine, running 15.8 trillion operations per second, and comes with up to 24 gigs of memory.
Narrator: Which means...
Eunice Chang: ... killer battery life and crazy fast.
Narrator: Of course, it also works great with iPhone. And the one thing no one realizes?
Abidur Chowdhury: Well, other laptops that are thin and wide can sometimes feel flimsy. So we were extremely intentional with the Air’s structural design, keeping it ultra-light, but making it as durable as possible. Because, you know, things happen.
“No, no, no!”
Abidur Chowdhury: This is the 15-inch laptop that we’ve always wanted to create. It’s uncompromising, expansive, thin, light, and powerful. We loved making it and we think you’ll love using it.