Apple has released a new update to the MacBook which includes a new rose-gold colored look.
The new MacBook will also contain the newest sixth-generation dual-core Intel processors, up to 1.3 GHz.
The memory has been upgraded from the old 1600 MHz module to a newer and faster 1866 MHz version, and the graphics have been upgraded to Intel’s HD 515 version, which can deliver up to a 25% faster graphics performance.
Faster flash storage will make tasks such as opening files quicker.
Apple also promises that its new update will deliver an extra hour of battery life – up to 10 hours of web browsing and 11 hours of continuous iTunes movie playback.
The MacBook is now also available in a rose-gold version, in addition to the existing gold, silver, and space gray colors.
Otherwise, the MacBook will be similar to its first version, which Apple released about a year ago. It will contain only one Type-C USB port, have a 12-inch display, weigh just two pounds, and contain no vents or moving parts.
The new MacBook is available in two versions: One costs $1,299 and comes with a 1.1GHz processor and 256GB of flash storage, and the other costs $1,599 and comes with a 1.2GHz processor and 512GB of storage. Both come with 8G of memory. The 1.3GHz processors are only available at a special configure-to-order demand.