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We trade-in different MacBook Airs on a daily basis. Below is a list of the most popular ones (with their trade-in prices).
MacBook Air Unibody 13″ (2009-2015)
1.8Ghz Intel Quad Core i7/16GB/SSD 512GB/GRADE A
Trade-in price: $ 450.00
MacBook Air Original 13″ (2008-2009)
Intel Core 2 Duo/4GB/SSD 128GB PCl-e/GRADE A
Trade-in price: $ 136.00
MacBook Air 11″ (2010-2015)
2.0GHz Intel Quad Core i5/8GB/SSD 256GB PCl-e/GRADE A
Trade-in price: $ 216.00
You can sell your MacBook Air for up to $410. Quote now
MacBook Air is a line of laptops from Apple that was the thinnest one released at the time of its release in 2008. It was a higher-end system from Apple that included a full-size keyboard as well as a full size 13.3-inch screen when it was first released. It is a step down from the MacBook Pro as far as performance goes, yet it is a step above the MacBook.
Apple introduced a redesign in 2010, that had an improved enclosure, screen resolution, flash storage, and battery. In addition to the original 13.3-inch model, there was an 11.6-inch model introduced. This model costed less, weighed less, and had a lesser performance capability than the 13.3-inch Air.
In July, 2011, Apple released updates to both the 11.6-inch model and the 13.3-inch model. Because MacBook was discontinued, the Air became Apple’s entry-level laptop.
In June of 2012, Apple released an update on the Air that was powered by the Ivy Bridge dual-core Intel Core i5 and i7 processor. The RAM on these models were doubled, and the models featured USB 3 ports instead of USB 2 ports.
In June 2013, another update was released in the 11 and 13-inch MacBook Air laptops. They have a standard 4 GB Ram with a maximum capacity of 8 GB. Both models have a standard 128 GB SSD which is upgradeable to 256 GB and 512 GB of SSD. The battery life of these MacBook Air iterations is significantly improved over earlier versions.
In early 2015, MacBook Air saw its latest updates. The latest offering in the MacBook Air line features a Thunderbolt 2 port, which was not available in previous models.