With the launch of the Apple iPhone 5c and the iPhone 5S, there are strong rumors about the launch of the Macbook Air. With its launch, it has been dissected by every corner of the tech industry. Though the Macbook Air 2013 impresses everyone with its exciting features, there are still some features that leave a bad taste in the mouth.
What are the Macbook Air’s worst features?
The newly launched, 2013 versions of the 13-inch and the 11-inch Macbook Air do not come as strikingly new. Over the past generations, these systems have hardly seen any drastic changes in their physical appearance. Like the outgoing models, the 2013 11-inch MacBook Air also does not feature a SD card reader. Talking about the flaws of the 2013 MacBook Air, it is also important to mention that the system does not support Ethernet and does not have much room for full-size HDMI. Both the Ethernet and full-size HDMI will require adapters which need to be separately purchased.
It also comes as somewhat shocking that Apple has decided against upgrading the MacBook Air’s screen from the basic 1366 x 768 screen resolution. Some high-en features seen in ultrabooks like high-resolution displays and touch screens are missing from the MacBook Air 2013.