First introduced in 2008, the MacBook Air originally represented Apple’s first substantial re-entry into the subnotebook market in many years. Since it was first introduced, though, the MacBook Air became more powerful and capable and replaced the more traditional MacBook altogether in 2012. However, in 2015, the regular MacBook was re-introduced as an even smaller notebook than the MacBook Air. Complete MacBook Air technical specs are below.
For vintage Apple subnotebooks, the 12 PowerBook G4. PowerBook 2400c and PowerBook Duo lines also may be of interest.
For answers to all your MacBook Air questions, check out the MacBook Air Q A .
Click on the triangle to the left of a name to flip down Quick Specs — additional identifiers and basic configuration info to make it easier to find the exact Mac you are seeking — and click on the name of the system for complete specifications.
You also can lookup a MacBook Air by its serial number.
Please be mindful of asterisks, as these indicate particularly important details are provided on the applicable specs page.