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The Apple MacBook has been making news headlines since its release in April 2015. It is the thinnest and lightest laptop that Apple has manufactured and it also features some truly innovative, albeit somewhat limiting, design choices.

The new Apple MacBook may only be 1.3cm at its thickest point, but Cupertino’s latest portable laptop is a feat of engineering that features over 10-hours of battery, super fast SSD storage, a gorgeous display and a myriad of wireless communication technologies. The MacBook is so forward thinking that it only has two ports: one earphone jack and one USB-C port – ‘one port to rule them all’.

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Available in either silver, slate or gold, the Apple MacBook (2015) will be made available in South Africa in two different configurations, with built to order options available by request.

The first configuration consists of a 1.1GHz processor and a 256GB solid-state hard drive and has a recommended retail price of R18 999.

The second configuration consists of a 1.2GHz processor and a 512GB solid-state hard drive and has a recommended retail price of R23 999.

All MacBooks are also configured with 8GB of RAM, Apple’s Retina Display (2304 x 1440 pixels), a single USB-C port, 3.5mm earphone jack and a newly redesigned keyboard and Force Touch trackpad as standard.

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[Source: Stuff]

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