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MacBook Air M3 models are now shipping to customers in New Zealand and Australia

By Julie Clover

It's Friday, March 8th in New Zealand and Australia, which means customers who pre-order one of the new machines in those two countries will receive their MacBook Air models.


On Monday this week, the updated 13.6-inch and 15.3-inch MacBook Air were presented ; models feature the same M3 chip that was introduced in the MacBook Pro late last year.

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The ‌MacBook Air‌ there are no external changes, Apple has instead focused on internal updates. The M3 chip is 30 percent faster than the M2 chip in terms of processor performance, and there are notable GPU improvements: Apple has added support for dynamic caching, hardware-accelerated ray tracing, hardware-accelerated mesh shading, and AV1 decoding support. .

Other improvements to ‌MacBook Air‌ include support for dual external displays when the device is used in flip mode, Wi-Fi 6E support, improved voice clarity for audio and video calls, and a new anodized seal to reduce fingerprints on the Midnight trim.

Retail Stores Apple in Australia is selling a new ‌MacBook Air‌ machines, and there is plenty of stock for regular customers. Apple does not have stores in New Zealand, so customers in that country must order online.

Following New Zealand and Australia, sales and shipments of the new ‌‌MacBook Air‌ models will appear in Asia, the Middle East, Europe and finally North America.

We'll share a hands-on review of the new M3 ‌MacBook Air‌ morning after picking up one of the new devices.

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