Apple seems to be spicing up its new lines, first with the release of the iPhone SE now with what can be seen as their traditional colours from their iPhone range; the gold variants.
Apart from the new colours nothing separates the new Macbook from last year model on the surface. With the single USB-C port making a return on the left side and the 3.5-millimeter headphone jack and two small microphone inputs on the right side.
The thin keyboard and Force Touch Trackpad also makes a comeback sitting underneath the lovely 12-inch display.
Whilst there isn’t any cosmetic changes the same can not be said about the internal specifications. Intel latest skylake processors, faster flash memory gives the new MacBook an edge of the old with a 20% increase in speed.
A nipper Macbook is always a winner with a combination of colours and the standard price tag of £1,299 this may prove too hard to ignore for those with older models.