Apple has quietly increased the prices of its 12-inch MacBook by as much as up to Rs 10,000. The laptops with updated prices are now listed on the company's India website. The notebook, initially introduced in 2015, is available in two configurations (as per processing power) -- 1GHz dual-core Intel Core m3 and 1.2GHz dual-core Intel Core m5.
While the price of the variant with a 1.1GHz processor is Rs 1,12,900, an increase of Rs 6,000; the one running 1.2GHz processor is currently listed at Rs 1,39,900, post an increase of Rs 10,000. Both carry a Turbo Boost of up to 2.2GHz and 2.7GHz respectively. The 12-inch MacBook was launched in March 2015 at Rs 99,900 and Rs 119,900 respectively.
Apart from sporting a Force Touch trackpad, the 12-inch variant also has a battery backup of up to 10 hours. The notebook offers a storage space of up to 512GB and weighs roughly about 0.92kg (or 2.03 pounds).
Earlier this month, the Cupertino-based firm updated its latest laptop portfolio with the launch of MacBook Pro at an event held in California. The new series carry a mini touch-cum-display bar at the top of the keypad known as the TouchBar. The touch-screen bar provides a better user-to-system interface with the application being run on the screen. Apart from this, the new line of notebooks also carry Apple's trademark TouchID for better user security.
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