Manufactured with 100 percent recycled aluminum this Tuesday Apple unveiled its ‘greenest’ MacBook. The event took place in Brooklyn, Newyork where this ‘greenest’ MacBook was shown to the Apple Inc lovers.

The MacBook Air will be available by next week and start at $1,199. It weighs just 2.75 pounds — a quarter of a pound lighter than its predecessor.

This MacBook has quadrupled the resolution, so the text and photos are sharper and shows more details. That’s not all it also boasts a 20 percent larger trackpad offering a more ‘precise and responsive’ user experience.

“Every part of the product has been redesigned and engineered,” according to Apple’s vice president of hardware engineering.

That’s not all, Apple also announced details on the new Mac Mini: It now has 64 GB of storage and has a starting price tag of $799.

However, as for the iPad Pro, more changes are coming. The home button is gone. It’s dramatically smaller than its predecessor.

It can now be accessed via Face ID. Inside is Apple’s A12X Bionic Chip. Two apps can now be used at the same time courtesy of a “split view” and “slide over” feature.

The iPad Pro will be available in 11-inch and 12.9-inch displays.

Apple also updated Pencil, a stylus that will connect (and charge!) wirelessly with the iPad Pro. It will now be able to switch functions with a double tap (such as switching from pencil to eraser mode).

Apple also positioned the iPad squarely against gaming consoles and highlighted the augmented reality (AR) capabilities of the iPad Pro.

Apple executive John Turnus called the iPad Pro “the best device ever created for AR.” The event is being held at the BAM Howard Gilman Opera House.

We surely can’t wait for the next weeks to unfold and let us have the Apple products in our hands. The event and developments are ongoing as we speak.

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