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MacBook Air 2013 - 2017

The MacBook Air models released between 2013 and 2017 are all similar machines with most of the changes being the gradual improvement of internal components, and Thunderbolt 1 being replaced by Thunderbolt 2 in 2015.

Their fast SSDs, and ability of all models can run the current macOS 11 Big Sur system, make them still perfectly capable machines for the kind of general-purpose tasks they were designed to perform. The main minus is that none of these machines shipped with more than 8GB RAM, and the base option was 4GB all the way up to 2015. Since the RAM is non-upgradeable after purchase, this does limit them more than they otherwise would be.

Drives can be upgraded however, and batteries replaced and many other repairs performed, giving these machines excellent longevity. One niggle would be the somewhat common logic board capacitor failure that leads to a complete no-power-on situation, but this (and other faults) is readily resolved by our logic board repair service.

To see only products compatible with your exact Mac, you can search for it by name, or any identifier such as model identifier, part number, serial number, etc.:


  -  Only the 2012 has USB 3.

  -  This can be connected to this Mac to access a 2.5" SATA drive. But this Mac does not use a 2.5" SATA drive internally.