How much storage is right for you?
MacBook comes in two PCIe-based onboard flash storage sizes: 256GB and 512GB. The larger the capacity of your storage, the more space is available to store your files on your Mac.
If you prefer to store most of your files — like music, photos, and movies — on iCloud, then the smaller storage size may be a good choice for you. For people who like to store most of those files on their Mac, the larger capacity is probably the right fit. Be sure to consider how your storage needs may change over time.
This model includes the dual-core Intel Core M at 1.2GHz with Turbo Boost speeds up to 2.6GHz. Or choose the optional dual-core Intel Core M processor for 1.3GHz of processing power and Turbo Boost speeds up to 2.9GHz.
USB-C to USB Adapter
The USB-C to USB Adapter lets you connect your MacBook with USB-C port to many of your standard USB accessories, including your camera, flash drive, and a Lightning to USB Cable for charging and syncing your iPhone, iPad, or iPod.*
*Some USB accessories are not supported.
Add Keyboard and Documentation
The User’s Guide language will match that of the keyboard language chosen unless otherwise specified. OS X is a multilingual operating system. During the setup process you can choose one of the many languages it supports for application menus and dialogs and to read and write text. OS X also allows you to select your preferred language at any time using System Preferences.
Note: Your computer comes equipped with cables appropriate for the country in which you purchased it.