The updated 12-inch Retina MacBook design as the original uses Intel’s sixth-generation Core M processor This is a minor but nice mid-stride update to the MacBook lineup that features Intel’s ‘sixth generation Core M’ processors, also known as Skylake.Intel’s Skylake processors got announced at least three times during 2015.
New Intel HD Graphics 515, 25% faster graphics performance and faster internal storage the new MacBook has faster flash storage now get up to 10 hours of wireless web browsing.faster DRAM and bigger batteries.the maximum thickness of the new MacBook is 1.31 cm (0.52”) and the weight is 0.92 kg (2.03 pounds), similar to the first-gen model.If you were hoping for updated ports on this year's model, you'll be disappointed. The MacBook still uses a single USB Type-C port for everything from charging to data, display output, and docking
The 12-inch MacBook will also come in Rose Gold for the first time.Apple claims that the new MacBook laptops feature upgraded solid-state storage, which relies on the PCIe bus, but it offers higher performance.The notebook supports dual-band 2x2 802.11ac Wi-Fi as well as Bluetooth 4.0.
Today Apple is repeating formula with its refreshed MacBook and the elderly MacBook Air: making minor spec upgrades here and there, but leaving the basic experience unchanged.Apple also uses larger 41.4-watt-hour lithium-polymer terraced battery, compared to a 39.7 watt-hour battery used on the previous-gen model
New MacBooks are available now from Apple.com, and will hit retail stores starting tomorrow In addition to gold, silver, and space gray, Prices start at $1,299 for the MacBook with a 1.1 GHz Intel Core m3 processor, 8GB of memory and 256GB of flash storage. The configuration that comes with a 1.2 GHz Intel Core m5 processor and 512GB of flash storage will be priced at $1,599.