New 2011 MacBook Air Enters Mass Production This Month: Report

Posted: Jun 11 2011, 1:39pm CDT | by , Updated: Jan 6 2012, 7:12am CST, in Rumors | Apple

 
New 2011 MacBook Air enters Mass Production this Month: Report

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The new MacBook Air is near.

An update to the wildly popular MacBook Air is already on top of the rumored new next Apple releases since a while. We expect it to be released soon after the July launch of OS X Lion. The new 2011 MacBook Air is expected to have faster CPUs and the Thunderbolt port.

According to AppleInsider analyst Ming-Chi Ko of Concort Securities says that Apple goes into mass production of the new MacBook Air this month. Apple is supposed to build an initial amount of 400,000 MacBook Air. Apple will have no problem to sell these through within days.

The first generation MacBook Air laptops used actually rather slow CPUs (Core 2 Duo). The did not adopt the Intel Core series. The new MacBook Air is supposed to use the new Intel Sandy Bridge CPUs as the 2011 MacBook Pro does. If true than the 2011 MacBook Air would offer dramatic performance in its super thin and light form factor.

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