Apple's MacBook Air with M2 chip comes with matching Apple Logo sticker

Apple's new MacBook Air equipped with the M2 chip was officially launched on July 15 (Friday). Through the review, it was found that, unlike the MacBook Pro, the new Apple M2 MacBook Air comes with a matching Apple Logo sticker.

As Just noted, in its unboxing and first impressions video review of the midnight-colored M2 MacBook Air, in addition to the matching braided MagSafe charging cable, the Apple sticker that came with the device also matched the laptop's color.

So fans of Apple sticker collections can now add two new versions: Starlight and Midnight Apple Stickers.

Apple doesn't always include matching stickers with its products. For example, the last time this happened was with the 2021 M1 chip version of the iMac 24-inch. Apple has added several new colors to the Mac lineup, each with a personalized Apple sticker.

However, the braided MagSafe charging cable for the Apple M2 MacBook Air has certain "flaws". The charger plug is white on one side and doesn't match the color of the rest of the cable.

Apple has redesigned the M2 MacBook Air with a slightly larger 13.6-inch display, notch, flatter bezels, MagSafe charging, an upgraded 1080p camera, and silver and space gray, new Starlight, and Midnight color options. The notebook also features two Thunderbolt 3 ports and a 3.5mm jack that supports high-impedance headphones.

Recently, Apple launched three new colors of the USB-C to MagSafe 3 cable (2 meters), including space gray, midnight, and starlight, which can be matched with the M2 MacBook Air, and the cable is priced at $49. The line is priced at 340 yuan). Previously, the USB-C to MagSafe 3 cable only supported the silver version.

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