Specifications of the new MacBook Air leak ahead of launch, if real.
Apple is expected to release new MacBook Air laptops soon after the release of OS X Lion today. What is assumed so far is that the new MacBook Air will have a Thunderbolt port and run on new CPUs from the Intel Sandy Bridge line. Now 9to5Mac published a report that carries the supposed specifications of the new MacBook Air models courtesy of Mr. X.
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There rumored standard 4GB configuration is according to these specifications not true. The base 11.6-inch MacBook Air comes with 2GB RAM, 1.6Ghz CPU and 64GB storage. The second 11.6-inch MacBook Air configuration includes 4GB RAM, 128GB storage and the same 1.6Ghz CPU.
The two new 13.3-inch MacBook Air laptops run on a 1.7Ghz CPU, 4GB RAM and the choice of a 128GB and 256GB storage size.
Both MacBook Air sizes are available also as built to order. There you can up the CPU to a 1.8Ghz model. The new MacBook Air is expected earliest today or later this week to go on sale on the Apple Store.
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We expect Apple to keep the current pricing for the new MacBook Air line starting at $999. This leaves still the open question what Apple is going to do with the aging MacBook.