Both MacBook Air models — the 11-inch and 13-inch versions — were updated to Intel 5th Generation Core Series CPUs but retained the same design and painfully low-res screens (1366 x 768 and 1440 x 900, respectively) that they have had since 2010. The 13-inch and 15-inch MacBook Pros with Retina displays got an upgrade to Intel 4th generation Core Series processors but kept the same design and displays they’ve had since 2013. The non-Retina version of the MacBook Pro is still for sale, but it hasn’t gotten any kind of refresh since 2012! If you still want a laptop with a DVD drive and a FireWire port, here’s your chance.
All-new Force Touch trackpad
Force sensors allow you to click anywhere with a uniform feel
Customizable click sensitivity
Taptic Engine delivers click sensations through haptic feedback
Use Force click for easier access to helpful tools and information
Fast-forward or zoom by gradually applying pressure to the trackpad
Supports all the Multi-Touch gestures that Mac users love