The Sportbook is back.
The Sportbook was one of the most popular notebooks to come out of the iPad 2, and the new models have a lot in common.
Apple’s newest laptop is designed to be a full-fledged workstation, and it’s got the same 10.1-inch touchscreen display, 1366×768-pixel resolution, 2GB of RAM, 128GB of storage, microSD card slot, USB-C, HDMI, headphone jack and 3.5mm audio jack as the previous models.
The SportBook also has a thinner chassis, which is also a lot thinner than the previous model, at 4.7mm compared to 5.9mm on the previous iPad models.
As usual, you’ll have to plug it into an Ethernet cable, but Apple’s included USB-A to USB-E charging cable is very useful.
There’s a dedicated port for charging and a USB-M to USB Type-C charging port.
On the left side of the Sportbook are two USB-a, USB 3.0, two USB 2.0 and a single USB 3 Type-A connector, along with a single Thunderbolt 2 port.
The right side is a single microSD slot.
All three ports are powered by a USB Type C connector, so you’ll be able to plug your laptop into a Mac and use it as a desktop.
In addition to the USB ports, the SportBook is powered by an Intel Skylake-based Core i5-6200U CPU with 16GB of memory.
The notebook is rated at 13 hours of battery life.
It also comes with a fingerprint reader, 802.11ac Wi-Fi, a microphone and Bluetooth 4.0.
Finally, the new model comes with an upgraded version of Apple’s Core m processor.
That means the new device can run some of the latest versions of iOS, and you can use the iPad Air 2 or iPad Pro as a display.