Apple To Introduce MacBook Air In Two Sizes At Worldwide Developers Conference

Posted: Nov 30 2015, 10:19am CST | by , Updated: Nov 30 2015, 10:17pm CST, in News | Technology News


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The Worldwide Developers Conference will be coming up next year, and there is unconfirmed news that Apple intends to showcase its new MacBook Air at the event.

Although it is expected that the Worldwide Developers Conference will take place June 2016, there are reports that it might actually be held between July and September next year.

It is being speculated that the latest MacBook Air comes in 13-inch and 15-inch size variants, even though speculators also add that the 11-inch model might go live at the approaching international event next year.

Since the new laptop devices are much slimmer, it will require very tiny components to function, and there is the report that Apple has already commissioned its internal component suppliers to provide these components to reflect a fully redesigned model device.

Earlier this year, Apple released a new MacBook Air that is very thin with a 12-inch Retina display and operated by low-power Intel chips, making an internal cooling fan needless for the ultrathin machine.

Many market analysts had thought Apple would discontinue manufacturing MacBook Air due to dwindling sales and declining costs, but this does not appear to be the case. Recent events show Apple would rather redesign the product and make it a flagship offering to infuse it with new life than to stop making it.

The rumor of a 15-inch MacBook Air indicates that Apple is not resting on its oars where MacBook Air is concerned. The 12-inch model has an ultraportable feature which makes it more appealing to customers; and there is the MacBook Pro with more verve and strength at the same 13- and 15-inch sizes.

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/52" rel="author">Charles I. Omedo</a>
Charles is covering the latest discoveries in science and health as well as new developments in technology. He is the Chief Editor or Intel-News.




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