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MacBook Air “Core i7″ 2.0 11” (Mid-2012) 2.0 GHz Core i7 (I7-3667U)
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|Introduction Date:||June 11, 2012||Discontinued Date:||June 10, 2013|
|Details:||The “Introduction Date” refers to the date a model was introduced via press release. The “Discontinued Date” refers to the date a model either was replaced by a subsequent system or production otherwise ended.
Also see: All Macs introduced in 2012.
|Processors:||1 (2 Cores)||Architecture:||64-Bit|
|Geekbench 2 (32):||6831||Geekbench 2 (64):||7662|
|Details:||Geekbench 2 benchmarks are in 32-bit and 64-bit modes, respectively. These numbers reflect an average of user provided 32-bit and 64-bit results as submitted to the Geekbench website. Higher numbers are better.
To dynamically compare Geekbench 2 results from different Macs side-by-side, see EveryMac.com’s Ultimate Mac Comparison.
|Geekbench 3 (32):||2540||Geekbench 3 (32):||5146|
|Details:||These Geekbench 3 benchmarks are in 32-bit mode and are for a single processor core and all processor cores, respectively. Both numbers reflect an average of user provided results as submitted to the Geekbench website. Higher numbers are better.
To dynamically compare 32-bit Geekbench 3 results from different Macs side-by-side, see EveryMac.com’s Ultimate Mac Comparison.
|Geekbench 3 (64):||2859||Geekbench 3 (64):||5878|
|Details:||These Geekbench 3 benchmarks are in 64-bit mode and are for a single processor core and all processor cores, respectively. Both numbers reflect an average of user provided results as submitted to the Geekbench website. Higher numbers are better.
To dynamically compare 64-bit Geekbench 3 results from different Macs side-by-side, see EveryMac.com’s Ultimate Mac Comparison.
|Processor Speed:||2.0 GHz||Processor Type:||Core i7 (I7-3667U)|
|Details:||This model is powered by a 22 nm, 64-bit Intel Mobile Core i7 “Ivy Bridge” (I7-3667U) processor which includes two independent processor “cores” on a single silicon chip. Each core has a dedicated 256k level 2 cache, shares 4 MB of level 3 cache, and has an integrated memory controller (dual channel).
This system also supports “Turbo Boost 2.0” — which “automatically increases the speed of the active cores” to improve performance when needed (up to 3.2 GHz for this model) — and “Hyper Threading” — which allows the system to recognize four total “cores” or “threads” (two real and two virtual).
Also see: How much faster are the custom processor configured “Mid-2012” MacBook Air models than the stock models? Is the extra performance worth the extra cost?
|Turbo Boost:||3.2 GHz||Custom Speeds:||N/A|
|System Bus Speed:||5 GT/s*||Cache Bus Speed:||2.0 GHz (Built-in)|
|Details:||*This system has a “Direct Media Interface” (DMI) that “connects between the processor and chipset” in lieu of a traditional system bus. Intel reports that it runs at 5 GT/s.|
|ROM/Firmware Type:||EFI||EFI Architecture:||64-Bit|
|L1 Cache:||32k/32k x2||L2/L3 Cache:||256k x2, 4 MB (on chip)|
|Details:||Each core has its own dedicated 256k level 2 cache and the system has 4 MB of shared level 3 cache.|
|RAM Type:||DDR3L SDRAM*||Min. RAM Speed:||1600 MHz|
|Details:||Shipped standard with 4 GB of 1600 MHz DDR3L SDRAM onboard.|
|Standard RAM:||4 GB||Maximum RAM:||8 GB*|
|Details:||*4 GB of RAM is onboard. It could be upgraded at the time of purchase to 8 GB as a US$100 option, but it cannot be upgraded later.
Also see: Actual Max RAM of All G3 & Later Macs.
|Motherboard RAM:||4 GB*||RAM Slots:||None|
|Details:||*There are no RAM slots. 4 GB of RAM is onboard. It could be upgraded at the time of purchase to 8 GB as a US$100 option, but it cannot be upgraded later.|
|Video Card:||HD Graphics 4000||VRAM Type:||Integrated|
|Details:||This model has an Intel HD Graphics 4000 graphics processor that shares memory with the system.|
|Standard VRAM:||384 MB*||Maximum VRAM:||512 MB*|
|Details:||*Apple and Intel do not report the minimum memory usage for the Intel HD Graphics 4000 graphics processor. However, with 4 GB of RAM standard, 384 MB of memory is reserved for graphics use. With the 8 GB RAM upgrade, 512 MB of memory is reserved for graphics.|
|Built-in Display:||11.6″ Widescreen||Native Resolution:||1366×768|
|Details:||11.6″ color widescreen TFT LED-backlit active-matrix “glossy” display with a 1366 by 768 native resolution. Apple reports that it also supports “1344 by 756, 1280 by 720, 1024 by 576 pixels at 16:9 aspect ratio; 1152 by 720, 1024 by 640, and 800 by 500 pixels at 16:10 aspect ratio; 1024 by 768, 800 by 600, and 640 by 480 pixels at 4:3 aspect ratio; 720 by 480 pixels at 3:2 aspect ratio”.|
|2nd Display Support:||Dual/Mirroring*||2nd Max. Resolution:||2560×1600 (x2)|
|Details:||*Although Apple makes no mention of it, third-parties have discovered that this model can simultaneously support two external displays up to 2560×1600 “daisy chained” via Thunderbolt.|
|Standard Hard Drive:||128 GB SSD||Int. HD Interface:||Proprietary* (6 Gb/s)|
|Details:||This model also could be equipped with 256 GB or 512 GB of flash storage at the time of purchase. The 256 GB and 512 GB storage upgrades originally were an additional US$300 or US$800, respectively. Apple dropped the price to US$200 and US$500, respectively, on February 13, 2013. Apple does not intend for one to upgrade the storage after purchase, but it is quite possible.
*As first discovered by site sponsor OWC, the “Mid-2012” MacBook Air models use a different connector than previous models.
Also see: How do you replace or upgrade the storage in the “Mid-2012” MacBook Air models? Is it even possible?
|Standard Optical:||None*||Standard Disk:||None|
|Details:||*MacBook Air models do not have an internal optical drive. Site sponsor PowerMax offers the external Apple USB SuperDrive for US$79. It writes DVD+R DL and DVD-R DL at 4X, DVD-R and DVD+R at 8X, DVD-RW at 6X, DVD+RW at 8X, reads DVD at 8X, writes CD-R at 24X, writes CD-RW at 16X, and reads CD at 24X.
Also see: What are the full capabilities of the external SuperDrive available for the MacBook Air? Can it be used with other Macs?
|Standard Modem:||None||Standard Ethernet:||None*|
|Details:||*No MacBook Air models have an internal Ethernet port. However, for the “Mid-2012” models, an Apple Thunderbolt to Gigabit Ethernet adapter was offered for US$29.
Also see: What official and third-party adapters are available to connect the MacBook Air to wired Ethernet networks?
|Standard AirPort:||802.11a/b/g/n||Standard Bluetooth:||4.0|
|Details:||802.11n (802.11a/b/g capable as well) Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.0 standard.
Also see: What is 802.11n? How is it different from 802.11b, 802.11g, and 802.11a?
|USB Ports:||2 (3.0)||Firewire Ports:||None|
|Details:||Two USB 3.0 ports (up to 5 Gbps), no Firewire ports.
Also see: What is the best USB 2.0 or USB 3.0 hub to use with the MacBook Air while traveling?
|Expansion Slots:||None||Expansion Bays:||None|
|Details:||No expansion slots or bays provided.
In the US (and many other countries), site sponsor Other World Computing sells a wide variety of external accessories, including docking stations, adapters, input devices, cases, and more for this MacBook Air.
|Incl. Keyboard:||Full-size||Incl. Input:||Trackpad (Inertial)|
|Details:||Apple reports that the integrated keyboard has “78 (US) or 79 (ISO) keys, including 12 function keys, 4 arrow keys (inverted “T” arrangement) with ambient light sensor.”
The multi-touch trackpad supports “inertial scrolling, pinch, rotate, swipe, three-finger swipe, four-finger swipe, tap, double-tap, and drag capabilities.”
Also see: What are the differences between the trackpads in different MacBook Air models?
|Case Type:||Notebook||Form Factor:||MacBook Air 11″|
|Details:||This MacBook Air uses a razor thin aluminum case design with a “catchless” magnetic latch.|
|Apple Order No:||BTO/CTO||Apple Subfamily:||Mid-2012|
|Details:||As this model technically is a custom configuration of the MacBook Air “Core i5″ 1.7 11” (Mid-2012), it does not have its own order number.|
|Apple Model No:||A1465 (EMC 2558)||Model ID:||MacBookAir5,1|
|Details:||Please note that these identifiers refer to more than one model.
For more about these identifiers and how to locate them on each Mac, please refer to EveryMac.com’s Mac Identification section.
|Battery Type:||35 W h Li-Poly||Battery Life:||5 Hours|
|Details:||Apple reports that this model has a “built-in 35-watt-hour lithium-polymer battery” and the company claims that it can provide up to 5 hours of “wireless web” use. Apple additionally notes that it provides “up to” 30 days of standby time. It is bundled with a 45W MagSafe 2 power adapter.
Also see: What is the battery life of the “Mid-2012” MacBook Air models in “real-world” usage tests?
|Pre-Installed MacOS:||X 10.7.4 (11E2520)||Maximum MacOS:||Current|
|Details:||This system fully supports the last version of OS X 10.8 “Mountain Lion,” OS X 10.9 “Mavericks,” and OS X 10.10 “Yosemite” as well as the current version of OS X 10.11 “El Capitan.”
Also see: Which Macs are compatible with OS X El Capitan (10.11)? What are the system requirements? Which Macs support which features?
|Minimum Windows:||7 (32-Bit)*||Maximum Windows:||10 (64-Bit)*|
|Details:||*Apple’s Boot Camp 4 supports the 32-bit version of Windows 7 on this model. Boot Camp 5 supports the 64-bit version of Windows 7 and Windows 8. Boot Camp 6 supports the 64-bit version of Windows 10. Earlier versions of Windows are not supported.|
|MacOS 9 Support:||None||Windows Support:||Boot/Virtualization|
|Details:||Also see: Are there any third-party programs to run Mac OS 9/Classic applications on Intel Macs?
Site sponsor OHS specializes in heavily upgraded Macs capable of running both Mac OS X and Mac OS 9 applications.
For more on running Windows on Intel Macs, please refer to the exhaustive Windows on Mac Q&A.
|Dimensions:||.11-.68 x 11.8 x 7.56||Avg. Weight:||2.38 lbs (1.08 kg)|
|Details:||In inches while closed – minimum height to maximum height by width by depth, (0.3 cm-1.7 cm, 29.95 cm, 19.2 cm).|