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Description of 13.3" Apple MacBook Air 13 Late 2020 2560x1600, Apple M1 3.2 GHz, RAM 8 GB, SSD 256 GB, Apple graphics 7-core, macOS, MGND3ZP/A, Gold, English layout
- Very beautiful, works quickly, high autonomy, heats up like a phone (does not heat up), a nice charging block, it charges both from a 20-watt Apple charger and from powerbanks. Apple's year of warranty, an ecosystem with other devices - I haven't fully understood how exactly the connection with Airslaps works, but so far I haven't experienced problems with switching between iPhone and Mac. It's nice to just take it out of the bag, pick it up and use it, as if you were taking out a cast metal blank (very light), 2k display, bright enough. For me, as someone who doesn't use an audio device other than headphones and a phone, the sound from the speakers is great.
- Stupid charging hose (wire), twists and does not bend, turns yellow over time. Not all games have been ported to the Mac. USB ports are located on one side.
- Many thanks to the Apple house seller, the laptop came out with a promo code 73500, the delivery is fast, although it was delayed for 1 day. They put an adapter for 2022 charging!)) I bought it with an English keyboard, it would be cheaper to make 2022 engraving
- Delayed delivery by 1 day
- Works fast, does not want to be discharged. The keyboard is better and more pleasant than the 13-inch 18-year firmware. In normal operation, it almost does not heat up. Under load, it heats up, but tolerably. Not as strong as (again) an 18-year proshka.
- There are problems with software that is not adapted for M1. Even Final Cut can be stupid.
- It has been more than five months since I started using it, and the configuration is 16 gigabytes of RAM and 512 gigabytes of solid-state storage. The laptop is everything I hoped it would be when I bought it for learning programming, and it more than lives up to my expectations in that regard. On my channel, I go into great depth about my experience with it, and I hope you find it helpful.
- - a limited number of ports; I am not the first person to say this, but there are just not enough ports (The first thing I bought was a dongle for attaching an external display.
- Quick, long-lasting, top-notch screen, and no-chill design
- Quick, long-lasting, high-quality screen, and nocomoler
- It is thin and light. It is effective and uses little energy. The sound is powerful and of excellent quality. This system has been speed-optimized. Apple is this.
- Sometimes an application will not function properly, but I believe they will eventually complete the software. There is no standard USB port. I paid 256 GB for it, and it feels a little.
- After 8.5 years of use, I've decided to compare my brand-new Air 2022 to my trusty old MacBook on M1. The Air 2022 on the M1 has shrunk much, the screen is improved, it is completely silent (very awesome), and it barely gets hot. The battery will last for around 8 hours under normal conditions. AirDrop is twice as quick now that needless "trust-distrust" affirmations are no longer required and devices are remembered between uses. We can probably claim, with a few caveats, that this model is the very perfect Air, to which Apple came via an evolutionary road. Maybe this youngster can handle not just professional video projects but also professional work with color. The only areas where it falls short of the Air 2022 are the keyboard and trackpad, and even those are only somewhat worse. The trackpad now has three pressure settings, and by moving the slider to the "easy" position, I almost restored the previous level of comfort when pressing.
- Here, "weeds" means "Monterey 12.5" The trackpad is slow, the selection moves too quickly, and when I copy and paste text, it takes on extra characters to the right and left. When typing, the cursor sometimes veers off to an unexpected spot. With earlier Macbooks, this was not the case. A number of times while typing, Text Edit would freeze; I'd have to restart the program and start over. The typical "new document" and "save as" options are no longer available in Notes. Instead, I've been using Notes, but it's not possible to make multiple notes at once; you have to exit the software before you're given the option to make a new one. The songs you add to a playlist are not really added to the playlist, but rather to a separate file repository simply titled "Songs." To create the appropriate playlist, 500 songs from a pool of 2022 are selected by hand. Every video file now automatically opens in QuickTimePlayer. Never mind that I've never used it because it's always been a pain and doesn't do much, but now you can't even change the app that opens a particular file type. There are still inactive checkboxes, however. Also, the computer now uses the definition of "avi" to mean "something downloaded from the Internet," and it vouchs that the avi in question does not come with a certificate of origin from the maker. The long-awaited watching is still permitted after an inane exchange with the computer and the reset of the warnings. I made sure the boxes were always selected in the display and power options. With almost no effort on your part, the screen keeps dozing off. All the boxes are checked and the sliders are set (that is, I have it stored in memory), but it still doesn't work. It's frustrating that the key to switch languages keeps getting moved around in OS updates. Crap! Cupertino! You've moved this key three times now, but they've been doing it mindlessly for years, swapping it back and forth between locks a hundred to five hundred times a day.