MacBook Air comes as standard with 8GB of high-performance 3733MHz memory and can be expanded to 16GB. The more memory your Mac has, the more apps you can run simultaneously and the better they will perform. If you’re planning to run multiple pro applications simultaneously, it’s a good idea to max out your memory.
Please note that the memory is built into the computer. If you think you may need more memory in the future, consider upgrading at the time of purchase.
This MacBook Air model comes with 256GB of SSD storage.¹ For maximum capacity, you can configure it with up to 2TB of storage, giving you more space to store your documents, photos, music and apps, as well as extensive video libraries and large data files.
Note: Storage is built into the computer. If you think you may need more storage capacity in the future, consider upgrading at the time of purchase.
1. 1GB = 1 billion bytes and 1TB = 1 trillion bytes; actual formatted capacity less.
macOS lets you choose your preferred language for use throughout the OS, including apps, menu bar, dialogue boxes, and for reading and writing text. Select any of the languages supported by macOS during the setup process or at any time using System Preferences.
Note: Your computer comes with documentation appropriate for the country in which you purchased it.