The 2560 x 1600 display is downright gorgeous, backed by an Integrated Intel Iris Plus Graphics 650 card. That’s not the best you can get for hardcore gaming, but otherwise, it’s great. Its Intel Core i5 processor with up to 3.1 GHz is a serious powerhouse and is extra useful for things like video editing, graphic design, and running Adobe. RAM is 8 GB and you’ll get 256 GB of SSD, and there are four thunderbolt ports, three USB-C ports, and a headphone jack. (Yes, unlike your iPhone, your MacBook still has a headphone jack — for now.)
The only thing is that these particular devices aren’t eligible for Apple Care (ugh). However, if you’re really worried, you can snag a warranty from the PCMag Shop that includes accidental damage — for significantly less than Apple Care.
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