Apple has updated its MacBook Air with a new “Magic Keyboard” to replace the infamous butterfly keyboard seen in earlier models of the laptop. The new MacBook Air, aka MacBook Air 2020, also offers new Intel processors, upgraded Intel Iris Plus graphics, and 256GB base storage unlike the existing 128GB storage. You’ll also get upgraded onboard RAM. All this comes along with Apple’s claim of an all-day battery life. If you’ve seen the last-generation MacBook Air model in the past, you won’t notice any changes on the chassis front. The MacBook Air 2020 retains the aluminium design that debuted in 2018. Also, there is Touch ID support. Alongside the new MacBook Air, Apple has updated Mac mini with double the storage capacity.