Apple has updated some of their most recognizable and sought-after products. These include the not-so-affordable-anymore MacBook Air, which is updated with the 2018 specs, Mac Mini, which finally updated after hadn’t been updated for four years, and the new iPad Pro, which like its smaller brother iPhone X and Xs, ditched the home button completely.
The 13-inch only MacBook Air has two specs with the only difference in the storage capacity. The rest of the specs are pretty much the same with 1.6GHz dual-core 8th generation Intel i5, Touch ID, 8GB of RAM, updated Retina Display, new Force Touch trackpad, and two Thunderbolt 3 ports. Meanwhile, the Mac Mini is now upgradeable again and the highly configurable mini PC can hold up to 2TB of SSD and 64GB of RAM over the choices between i3 and i5 processors. Finally, the iPad Pro now offers a seamless all-screen design with no notch, unlike the X and Xs lineups. Two screen sizes are available, which are 11-inch and 12.7-inch with new features such as Liquid Retina Display, upgraded Apple Pencil, Apple A12X Bionic Chip, and Face ID capability.
Indonesia’s prices will be slightly different from other SEA countries, however, to grasp a rough picture; 2018 MacBook Air starts from $1.199 (IDR 18.224.800), the 2018 Mac Mini starts from $799 (IDR 12.144.800), and the 2018 iPad Pro starts from $799 (IDR 12.144.800). Go to Apple’s website to see the full specifications of each model.