Apple today at WWDC announced complete changes to the entire MacBook lineup including the MacBook Air.
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9to5Mac claims that the upcoming new MacBook Pro 15-inch from Apple will look a lot different from the current one and will sport an entirely new ultra-thin design. With the MacBook Air selling so much, it was clear to Apple that even though the MacBook Pro offers better performance, the design had to be tweaked. Apple’s all new upcoming MacBook Pro for 15 inch will have an ultra-thin design and also include a shiny retina display. Read More
DigiTimes is reporting that according to sources, Apple is planning to manufacture over 8 million MacBook Airs for the third quarter. Quoting several supply chain sources, Digitimes claims that the new laptops will be equipped with Sandy Bridge processors and will be shipped in the month of July. As MacRumors points out that Apple sold 3.69 Macs in the second quarter, so with these new 8 million devices, Apple sure does have high hopes. Read More
Apple is probably testing an all new A5 powered MacBook Air. Apple has already revealed its plans of fusing iOS and Mac OS X, and this could be yet another mixture that could make both platforms incredibly powerful. A5 is Apple’s in-house processing chip that powers iPad 2, but according to recent reports, it appears that Apple is planning to use the chip to power even its thinnest laptop ever. Read More