The MacBook Air was last given a specs boost in June last year, with new Intel processors and graphics tucked inside its thin and shapely body.
The rest of its specs, though, are unchanged from the 2016 MacBook Air model, which itself only added an extra 4GB of RAM (to 8GB) across the board.
The MacBook Air has a great heritage mind as the ultimate ultra-portable and it has been more than eight years since Steve Jobs stood on stage and pulled one out of a manilla envelope. Today, Apple's lineup only includes the 13.3-inch model, as the 12-inch MacBook took the place of the tiny 11-inch Air.
When choosing an Air you can therefore still opt for one of the older models by shopping in the Apple refurb store, a wise option if you really are limited on cash but know you want a little Apple laptop.