The MacBook 12in M7 Review

Apple hasn't updated the MacBook Air for a very long time, especially not since the 12-inch MacBook was released. Today I want to tell you all about is Macbook 12in M7, but before we start let's see what a standard Macbook looks like.

Features of Macbook 12in m7


The 12-inch MacBook is the first Mac laptop to feature fifth-generation Intel Core M processors. These chips deliver up to 10 hours of battery life and are more powerful than ever before, delivering up to twice the CPU performance and three times better graphics performance than the previous generation.

The new gold finish of the 12-inch MacBook is a stunning way to express your individuality. It’s also built with a glass trackpad, backlit keyboard and an ultra-thin design that weighs just two pounds.

Keyboard Specifications

The Apple Macbook 12in M7 keyboard has been revealed to have a new design with narrow keys and a shallower travel. Apple has also included a new function key that allows users to control their Macbook's volume and brightness without having to navigate through the system preferences.

The new keyboard is said to be much thinner than its predecessor, but it also boasts of a wider space between each key for increased accuracy when typing. The new keyboard also comes with a backlight that can be adjusted according to your preference.

The keyboard features an all-new butterfly mechanism that has been designed from scratch. The new mechanism provides more stability than before while also allowing for deeper travel on each key press. The company claims that the new mechanism makes typing easier as well as faster than before.

Apple has also made its Trackpad bigger so that users can enjoy greater precision while using it along with gestures like pinch-to-zoom and scrolling through pages smoothly without any effort from the user's part.


The new 12-inch MacBook features a 7th-generation Intel Core M processor, which was first used in the new MacBook Pro. The processor is clocked at 1.2 GHz and has a turbo boost of up to 3.4 GHz. It features 4MB of L3 cache, which is less than the 6MB on the previous generation, but it still offers great performance for everyday tasks.

The new MacBook also comes with an option for a more powerful 8th-gen Intel Core i7 chip that allows you to run more demanding apps and games with ease. It has 8MB of L3 cache and can achieve speeds up to 4.8 GHz when needed.


The 12-inch MacBook with Retina display is available in two configurations. The base model comes with 128GB of flash storage, while the higher-end version has 256GB. Apple plans to release a 512GB option in the near future as well.

This is all very good news for those who need plenty of external storage space for their Macs, but it's not all that exciting at this point. The MacBook doesn't support any kind of external storage media, so you're stuck with whatever comes on the laptop itself.


Ultimately, the decision between purchasing a MacBook 12in M7 or another laptop will come down to user preference and budget. If you're looking for a thin, lightweight computer to take with you, then this may be the perfect fit for you. Otherwise, you may want to consider a new design from Apple or go with a different manufacturer entirely.