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Background and Identification
Apple introduced the 13 inch (technically 13.3") MacBook Air at the Macworld Conference & Expo in January 2008 as the thinnest notebook available at that time at 1.9cm. The laptop included an antiglare backlit LED display and a trackpad that responded to various touch gestures.
A second generation MacBook Air 13” was released in October 2010. This updated version included a tapered frame, increased screen resolution, a standard SSD, two USB ports, and stereo speakers.
In October 2013, a third generation MacBook Air 13” was released, with a decreased thickness of 15.6mm and weight of 2.75 pounds. It included a Retina display with a resolution of 2560×1600 pixels, Kaby Lake processors, Touch ID, and two combined USB-C/Thunderbolt 3 ports. The tapered frame originally introduced in the second generation is continued in the third generation. It comes in three colors: silver, space gray, and gold.
Apple released an updated version of the third generation MacBook Air 13” in June 2019 to include a newer butterfly keyboard and True Tone display technology.
In March 2020, Apple released yet another update to the MacBook Air 13” to include Ice Lake processors, a Magic Keyboard (instead of the butterfly keyboard), updated graphics, and 6K support for compatibility with the Pro Display XDR.
Users can find help with identifying their MacBook Air laptops here.