The Retina MacBook Air was refreshed last week with a new price and the addition of a True Tone display. The refresh was minor, with the same CPUs as 2018, but a $100 cheaper price point: the 2019 MacBook Air starts at $1099 from Apple, with $999 student pricing.
It turns out that one downside to this latest revision is that the laptop actually features slower solid state storage than the 2018 model.
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