“Black” computer monitors are not a new thing, but the concept is slowly but surely coming to fruition.
The industry is looking to integrate black screens with other products and services, as well as incorporating black in everything from the design of homes and office environments to the way people interact with them.
Black laptops are just the latest in a long line of devices to adopt black tech: Black TVs, Black smartphones, Black smartwatches, Black gaming consoles and, of course, the new Black MacBook Air.
But with the introduction of the Apple MacBook Air in October, Apple is making it possible for black devices to be used in white spaces.
The company has also made it possible to use black screens on a variety of other products, including tablets, cameras, and speakers.
The trend is also being adopted by other major tech companies, including Amazon, Google, Microsoft, and Apple itself.
The new MacBook Air is one of the first black MacBooks that Apple has released, and it has been the first to make it possible, for the most part, to use a black screen in a white space.
While the MacBook Air does not have a black display on its front panel, it has a matte black one that sits in a small slot in the top of the machine.
The black MacBook Air also includes a built-in USB Type-C charging port, so that when it’s plugged in, it will charge itself via the port.
The MacBook Air, like many of Apple’s other products in the Black lineup, is an all-black machine that has a black keyboard.
It comes in at $1,799 and features a 13.3-inch LED-backlit display, a matte aluminum body with a 1366 x 768 resolution, and an Intel Core i7-7700HQ processor with 2GB of RAM.
Apple also included an optional 16GB of DDR4 RAM for $1.79.
This is a solid upgrade for the MacBook Pro, the current high-end MacBook that comes with a $1-2,500 price tag.
It also supports up to 16GB RAM, up to 128GB of SSD storage, and up to 1TB of SSD.
The laptop is available in three colors: Matte black, Dark Grey, and Matte Silver.
The Matte Black model has a 1333 x 768 display, while the Matte Silver model has 1440 x 900 resolution.
The matte Silver model ships with an 8GB of memory and 128GB SSD storage.
The keyboard on the new MacBook is made of a combination of aluminum and magnesium, which gives it a much higher resistance to fingerprints than a regular keyboard.
However, the keys are made of glass, which is a non-reflective material that can be a little harder to clean off the keys than other materials.
The new MacBook also comes with the “Black Magic” keyboard with a backlit trackpad, a “Black Shift” keypad, and a “Dark Magic” key pad.
The matte Black MacBook also has a large LED backlit display that has two LEDs in the middle of it.
This LED backlight is supposed to be brighter than the LED on a regular screen, and will let the MacBook see through objects better than conventional screens.
There is also a matte coating on the top, which lets the screen glow a deeper, richer color.
Apple has also added an integrated microphone and microphone jack to the back of the MacBook.
The microphone is an optional accessory that comes bundled with the MacBook and works like a headset for the user.
It can also be used as a speakerphone, so it can be used to make calls while using the MacBook, but it’s not as handy as a traditional microphone.
The next iteration of the Black MacBook is also available in Matte Black, but with a matte metal frame.
The display is a 1440 x900, with a resolution of 1366×768.
The chassis is a matte Aluminum and the keys feature the same color matte black.
The battery is a 15-hour rated capacity.
The Matte Black MacBook does not support the USB Type C charging port.
There are also no USB Type D ports on the MacBook that could be used for charging the laptop.
The Apple MacBook is available now in six colors: Black, White, Gray, Blue, and Rose Gold.
The White MacBook is not available in the current lineup of Apple MacBooks.
The current generation of the new Apple MacBook Pro is still in development, and its battery is not expected to be ready for shipping until sometime in 2019.
However with the inclusion of the Lightning port in the new design, the MacBook could be ready to ship in just over a year.