Comparison of MacBook 2016 vs MacBook Air 2015 [Video]

MacBook 2016, MacBook air 2015, MacBook 2016 vs MacBook air 2015

If you need a Mac, then you need to know if you want either the 12-inch MacBook Retina or 13-inch MacBook. En el video that we leave you after reading on, will help you to compare between these two jewels of Apple.

Despite serving similar purposes, although they seem very thin these MacBooks They are beasts that any of us would like to have. While one sacrifice some practicality for a more attractive form factor even if it is incredibly thin, the other maintains a little more volume and can be more versatile.

Both machines have your strengths and weaknesses, the video you made AppleInsider,It should help you decide which MacBook would suit you best.

As highlighted in the comparison, the biggest reasons to buy a 12-inch MacBook are its awesome display, its Force Touch trackpad, and its shape, which makes it more beautiful. But it comes with a lot of drawbacks. It is not only the MacBook 12 inches plus expensive than him MacBook Air, it is also slowed down by the fact that it is slower (if only slightly), and has only one port USB-C. He MacBook Air on the contrary it has two traditional USB ports, for an Thunderbolt port, And a card reader.

If you can live without paying attention to the screen on your MacBook, then it seems like 2015 MacBook Air is the best option. Well it will provide more power, has a slightly larger screen, and the battery lasts longer from between charges, and no USB-C adapters required, which are quite expensive.

Source | appleinsider


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  1.   Jesus Arjona Montalvo said

    If it does reproduce, even if it says that it cannot reproduce, wait a bit. I have checked.

  2.   Zalea said

    I have an iMac 27 ″ 5K and I only use it once or twice a week, the MacBook 12 ″ 2016 is plenty for daily use, for internet, mail, office automation ..., it's plenty, it works very well and is very fast , I am very very happy with the purchase.