New MacBook Air 2010 Photo Leaks?

Posted: Oct 16 2010, 7:52am CDT | by , in Rumors | Apple

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Rumors intensify ahead of Oct. 20th Apple Media Event

Apple is holding a media event in the coming week on Oct. 20th dubbed Back to Mac. Rumors intensify what Apple is going to show besides OS X Lion (10.7). Yesterday we reported that a new MacBook Air is finally going to be unveiled by Steve Jobs at the event. The new MacBook Air is rumored to have a 11.6-inch screen.

Engadget posted now a photo of what is supposed a new MacBook Air in a 13.3-inch size. The photo shows the inside. WE see batteries and now space for a hard-drive. The new MacBook Air should sport the unibody design known from the MacBook Pro. The MacBook Air has not been updated in a while, so it will be interesting how thin Apple is able to make. It would be really hot if its just slightly thicker than an iPad. The MacBook Air would the become the iPad with QWERTY keyboard.

The iPad is .5 inch thin. The current 13.3-inch MacBook Air is 0.16-76-inch thin. It is not much that Apple would need to chip away from the MacBook to make almost as thin as the iPad.

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