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Apple 2020 MacBook Air Laptop M1 Chip, 13” Retina Display, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD Storage, Backlit Keyboard, FaceTime HD Camera, Touch ID. Works with iPhone/iPad; Gold

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Color: Gold

Set: Without AppleCare+


  • All-Day Battery Life Go longer than ever with up to 18 hours of battery life.
  • Powerful Performance Take on everything from professional-quality editing to action-packed gaming with ease. The Apple M1 chip with an 8-core CPU delivers up to 3.5x faster performance than the previous generation while using way less power.
  • Superfast Memory 8GB of unified memory makes your entire system speedy and responsive. That way it can support tasks like memory-hogging multitab browsing and opening a huge graphic file quickly and easily.
  • Stunning Display With a 13.3 inch Retina display, images come alive with new levels of realism. Text is sharp and clear, and colors are more vibrant.
  • Why Mac Easy to learn. Easy to set up. Astoundingly powerful. Intuitive. Packed with apps to use right out of the box. Mac is designed to let you work, play, and create like never before.
  • Simply Compatible All your existing apps work, including Adobe Creative Cloud, Microsoft 365, and Google Drive. Plus you can use your favorite iPhone and iPad apps directly on macOS. Altogether youll have access to the biggest collection of apps ever for Mac. All available on the App Store.
  • Easy to Learn If you already have an iPhone, MacBook Air feels familiar from the moment you turn it on. And it works perfectly with all your Apple devices. Use your iPad to extend the workspace of your Mac, answer texts and phone calls directly on your Mac, and more.
  • Fanless Design Your MacBook Air stays cool and runs quietly even while tackling intense workloads.
  • AppleCare Every Mac comes with a one-year limited warranty and up to 90 days of complimentary technical support. Get AppleCare plus to extend your coverage and reduce the stress and cost of unexpected repairs.
  • Environmentally Friendly MacBook Air is made with a 100 percent recycled aluminum enclosure and uses less energy for a smaller carbon footprint.

Specs & Other Info

Specification Details
Brand Apple
Series MacBook Air
Display Size 13.3 Inches
Color Variation Gold
Storage Capacity 256 GB
Processor Information not available
Available Memory 8 GB
System Software Mac OS
Premium Feature Backlit Keyboard
Graphics Integrated GPU

Frequently asked questions

Yes, the 2020 MacBook Air comes with Apple's M1 chip, and it fully supports macOS Big Sur, the latest Mac operating system. In fact, the M1 chip and Big Sur are developed to work together in harmony to enable swift application launch and enhanced performance.

Yes, the 2020 MacBook Air does include a backlit Magic Keyboard, resulting in comfortable typing even in low-light settings. Its refined scissor mechanism offers a stable key feel, while the backlit function means you can keep working no matter what lighting conditions are.

Yes, with the macOS, you can streamline your Apple devices into one connected workflow. You can copy and paste images, video, and text from your iPhone or iPad to your MacBook and vice versa. You can also make and receive phone calls or send and receive SMS text messages through your MacBook.

The 2020 MacBook Air comes with a 256GB SSD storage. SSD, or Solid State Drive, is a type of storage that is quicker and more reliable than traditional hard drive storage, offering faster boot times, quicker file transfers, and greater overall performance.

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This is our summary and key points to consider based on customer reviews.

The 2020 MacBook Air is applauded for its excellent battery life, impressive speed, and high-quality performance. Its lightweight and slim profile is appreciated by users, although some caution is advised due to the smaller bezel providing less screen protection. The MacBook Air seamlessly integrates with other Apple devices and is highly recommended for use with school, work, or casual entertainment.


  • 🔋 Great battery life and fast charging
  • 💻 Good speed and performance
  • 🥇 Seamless integration with other Apple devices
  • 😍 Premium feel and slim, lightweight design
  • 🎧 Good sound quality


  • 🎚 Lack of ports - only 2 USB-C and a headphone jack
  • 🔎 Smaller bezel leads to less screen protection
  • 🔌 Charging indicator light missing
  • 💡 No quick way to check battery life
  • ⌨ Missed keyboard light on some iterations

Should I Buy It?

If you are in the market for a high-performing, portable laptop with great battery life and a luxury feel, the 2020 MacBook Air could be an excellent choice. Slight inconveniences such as fewer ports, smaller bezel and lack of certain features are outweighed by its overall performance, speed, and versatility. It is particularly recommended for those already using other Apple devices.

  • Great battery life, great performance!
Color: Space Gray Set: Without AppleCare+
UPDATE 3/8/2023: i bought parallels desktop and a windows 11 license. I need it to try a certain amount of things in IT, however, the performance when running windows in a virtualized environment (like parallels is) it gets seriously affected on the M1, something that didn't happen with intel processors. You notice the performance degrading (but not that much, maybe 10, or even 15% i risk to say) when switching between full screens and main desktop with windows (full separate screen, remember that there's an option to seamlessly integrate within your macOS). You kinda feel the stutter but i can see the M1 processor get in the way and prioritize the screen, and that's a good thing to re-prioritize tasks that are being done in one screen or another (take the word "screen" as full-screen apps or software that switches between desktop and full-screen apps or between apps). In my case, running windows 11 makes the mbp m1 run hotter than i'm really use to, but it does not affect battery performance as much as i expected!... weird, isn't it?... love it! If you're going to virtualize something, that isn't Windows, you shouldn't worry that much on this laptop. Just remember that's still have 8gb ram and usable 228gb, therefore, performance wouldn't be the same as bare metal. Still, other regular software from apple or safari (or any other browser), Office365, Adobe XD, Photoshop do not affect performance nor consume that much battery, although if you are a graphic designer or a photographer making a quick change could make you brighten your screen, in which may lead to higher power consumption, which also could be confused by software running. One bad thing that i found with heavy usage is that the keyboard gets "oily", meaning, it wears in time and amount of usage per day; funny enough, the aluminum part of the palm rest don't have any signs of wear. Another thing that i found is that the left speaker sounds like it broke when hearing at 70% volume, i don't know if that's fixable or not, anywho anyhow... i'm gonna stick with that because i rarely use it. One thing that i've also found is how i got used to the fact that this mbp m1 takes nothing to return from suspended state, why? Because no matter what other laptop i use (or desktop, for that matter), all of them takes a few seconds to access to their respective desktops and another few seconds to actually be productive (after booting software)... This one literally takes nothing to wake and start using it... that's why i'm not changing this laptop... and yes, even with its flaws... why? because in critical cases when i need to go somewhere and fast react to do something at work, i just do it! it takes me 0 seconds to wake up the mbp and enter another desktop via anydesk or teamviewer or ssh... this takes time on most windows laptops... i love it! I just wish this laptop was upgradeable... after all at the end of the day, it makes my life so useful and convenient despite the down side of it... what a masterpiece! i just wish i could do more and more with it, i feel limited... but happy! and by the way, i still stand on my original review. ORIGINAL: I believe i've found my unicorn because this particular macbook air still lasts an insane amount of time! Although i don't use it on full brightness, i regulate it a lot. Connecting several devices to it via bluetooth is transparent, but unfortunately, Apple made the macOS more inconvenient to handle in terms of simplicity. User experience on the macOS is weird, you know as a mac user where things used to be, then you have to relearn some things and it doesn't feel like home, the new normal isn't good so far. Keyboard is relatively quiet, also, there's the missing keyboard light on this iteration of the macbook air, why did you take (probably) the most useful key from us?! if you're watching a movie you have to literally stop the movie, go through the menu from above and turn off the keyboard lights, or if you're on a presentation and everything is dark, you just turn your screen light down but you can't with your keyboard because you need to actually stop paying attention to the presentation and go through the menu, inconvenient as heck! I know (and i'm very well aware) that there are some workarounds to change to the keyboard light again using a small software... but that isn't the end-game, the thing is that we shouldn't need an extra software or aditional configuration just to use something the macbook had for, literally, over 10 years! Speed on this macbook: you don't even feel it... everything is instant, nothing is slow, if something is, it's most likely the software or the website you're on, is that simple! If you're planning on using massive storage, you should use an usb-c one, not an usb-a through usb-c dongle, you will have a bottleneck, that's guaranteed. I haven't used it on games because that's why i have my pc and xbox for. However, if you're planning on developing software on it, just make sure your libraries fit within 228gb (the half of it is recommended for all ssd's) of storage, if that's gonna be an issue, then go for usb-c massive storage. Weight isn't a problem, it makes you feel like you're having a premium laptop on your hands, but not enough to make your bag heavier. Construction feels like you own something premium and well-made. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on December 6, 2022 by M. F. O

  • Absolutely wonderful little laptop
Color: Silver Set: Without AppleCare+
This little laptop is SO good. The keyboard feels phenomenal, I cannot tell there are any pixels on the screen, and the battery has never died on me. The screen was weird, but since it was under warranty Apple replaced it for free. The build quality is excellent. The solid metal construction simply cannot be broken under normal use. It's great for school and home use. The only issue with gaming is that it overheats, and of course, not very many games are available on the Mac, so not the computer's fault. This is a 10/10 laptop would recommend it to anyone else looking for a small, portable, and powerful laptop. Speaking of power, this thing FLIES. It handles any task I throw at it. I tried video editing the other day, and it handles my 4K timeline so easily. Final rating: Build quality: 10/10 Keyboard: 10/10 Display: 10/10 Gaming: 8/10 Performance: 10/10 ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on April 13, 2024 by Sarika dawar

  • Outstanding
Color: Space Gray Set: Without AppleCare+
I bought this 2020 MacBook Air (8 GB RAM, 256 GB SSD storage) to replace a 2014 MacBook Air (4GB RAM, 256 GB SSD storage). I am undeniably a fan of Apple products in general, because they work with little fuss and are built to last (note that my old MacBook Air is more than 7 years old and still working perfectly). Although I've been underwhelmed by some Mac models in recent years, this one is stellar IMHO. Unless you have very heavy system requirements this machine would be an excellent choice. The M1 processor is very impressive, delivering outstanding performance and power/thermal efficiency simultaneously. Battery life is every bit as good as advertised; I can charge overnight and use it all day without plugging in. Connecting USB devices such as external drives will shorten battery life, but that's to be expected. I love the fanless design, which means the machine is absolutely silent at all times, while the thermal efficiency of the M1 chip allows it to remain amazingly cool. In use, this computer feels very fast, especially with apps optimized for Apple processors (as MacOS Big Sur is). Interestingly, Microsoft has been on board early with M1 optimization; the latest Office 365 version is smooth and fast on this machine. I also tried out MS Edge on my new laptop based on a recommendation from another user and have been so pleased with its speed and efficiency that it's my current default browser. The touch ID and Apple Pay capability is a welcome addition. The only cons I see are minor in my opinion. Because RAM is integrated into the M1 processor, post-purchase memory expansion is not possible; if you think you'll need 16 GB of memory that model can be had from the Apple Store. There has been criticism of the fact that this machine has only two ports, which is fair. For me that's not insurmountable; I simply use a USB-C hub to provide additional connectivity. I've read recently that some users have had certain hubs cause problems with their M1 Macs, which appears to be related to battery charging through these hubs. To be on the safe side I use a built-in port for charging and have had no issues. Reading through the relative handful of critical reviews, it looks to me like most (excluding actual defects, which happen with all products) are based on lack of understanding. For example, I saw a large number of reviews complaining that this machine "has NO USB PORTS!!!", which is patently false. In fact, its two ports are both USB, they just require a different connector. What these users are looking for is the old USB-A connectors, which this MacBook does not have; however, that's easily fixed by using a USB-A to USB-C converter cable, or with a USB-C hub. USB-A peripherals are gradually disappearing as well, in favor of the new connector. All things considered, I really love this machine. The $899 price (at the time I bought mine) was $100 less than I would have paid at the Apple Store, and I believe I can probably get $200 on eBay for my old MacBook Air (try that with a 7-year-old PC!) leaving me with a total outlay of $699. Considering that I'll almost certainly get 5 or more years use out of this model, I'm very happy with my purchase and would do it again. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on September 3, 2021 by Mark Baker

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