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There are 2 generations of MacBook Air currently. Each generation has its own technical specifications. Some summary about MacBook Air and their advantages.
The early model MacBook Air with an Intel core is a notebook computer from Apple Inc. that featured a full-size keyboard, and iSight camera, and Bluetooth connectivity. The aluminium frame made this notebook light, thin, and easily portable. The first models of this computer were released in 2008 and the operating system was OS X. The display was 1280 x 800, and the screen was 13.3 inches (11.6″ in late models). The MacBook Air had either HDD or SSD storage.
- Produced from early 2008 to late 2010
- Display: 13.3″, native 1280 × 800 pixels (16:10) or 11.6″, native 1366 × 768 (16:9)
- Processor: 1.6 GHz, 1.8 GHz or 2.13 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo
- Memory: 2 GB of 1066 MHz DDR3 SDRAM
- Storage: from 80 Gb to 120 Gb HDD or 64,128, 256 Gb SSD
You can sell your MacBook Air of the first generation for up to £235. Quote now
The more modern model of MacBook Air has an Intel i-series. This light, portable Apple notebook computer has been updated since earlier models to feature more storage options. The options available for the Intel i-series MacBook Air notebooks are 64, 128, or 256 GB SSD. The video cameras were upgraded to FaceTime which provides HD video in 720p.
- Produced from mid 2011 to early 2015.
- Display: 11.6″, native 1366 × 768 (16:9) or 13.3″, native 1440 × 900 (16:10)
- Processor: 1.7 GHz (i5-3317U) dual-core Intel Core i5 or 1.7/2.2 GHz dual-core Intel Core i7
- Memory: 4 GB of 1600 MHz DDR3L SDRAM
- Hard drive: 64 GB or 128 GB SSD, 128 GB or 256 GB PCIe-based SSD
You can sell your MacBook Air Intel i-series for up to £510. Quote now
Preparing your MacBook Air for sale
- 1 - Create a backup
- 2 - Sign out of iTunes
- 3 - Sign out of iCloud
- 4 - Sign out of iMessage
- 5 - Erase and reinstall OS X
There are a few different ways to do a backup on your computer. One of the most common ways is to use iCloud to backup your documents, music, calendars, photos, and anything else you want to keep from your MacBook Air.
Backing up your computer is a fairly simple, straightforward process. However, if you would rather not attempt to do it on your own you can hire someone to do it for you at a very reasonable price.
When you deauthorise your computer, you are removing access to the content you purchased from iTunes while you owned your MacBook Air. This means that the next person who receives your MacBook Air will not be able to access any of your movies, music, books, or other content so it is a pretty important step to complete.
The next step is to go to the Apple menu and select System Preferences. Then click iCloud and uncheck the Find My Mac checkbox. Lastly, sign out of iCloud. Go to System Preferences where you should click iCloud and sign out. You will be asked whether you want to remove iCloud data from your MacBook Air.
Remember, when you sign out of iCloud, you are not removing data from your iCloud account. You are only removing data from your MacBook Air so the next owner will not have access to it. Your iCloud data will remain safe in the cloud and you will be able to access it again once you log into another device using the same Apple ID.
If you are using the OS X Mountain Lion or later, go to the Messages app and click on Preferences. Next, select accounts and select your iMessage account. Finally, click Sign Out.
Restart your MacBook Air. When you hear the startup sound, hold Command and R keys to go to OS X Recovery. Then, select Disk Utility and Continue. Select the name of your startup disk and click the Erase tab. To erase the drive, click Security Options and choose an erase method before clicking OK.
When you see the format pop-up menu, choose Mac OS Extended. Type a disk name and then click Erase. After the drive has been erased, you can close the Disk Utility window.
Next, choose a network from the Wi-Fi menu if you are not connected to the Internet any longer. Choose the option Reinstall OS X. You can next click Continue, and follow the directions on the screen to finish reinstallation.