The following iteration of Apple MacBook Air will be a real redesign to the standard specification, as per one new report.
Sources purportedly from inside Apple told 9to5mac that the 2015 MacBook Air will be a 12-inch laptop that is fundamentally smaller than current 13-inch variants and narrower than the current 11-inch MacBook Air, however likewise somewhat taller.
Yet all the more vitally it will purportedly get rid of ordinary features like USB slots, MicroSD expansion slot, and even Apple’s very own particular Thunderbolt and MagSafe ports.
Rather the new MacBook Air will purportedly emphasize just an earphone jack and a USB Type-C connector that will fill many needs, including giving power and transmitting signals to display.
The new MacBook Air speakers, track-pad and keyboard have purportedly all been overhauled also, with the keys now ramming directly into the MacBook edges.
The track-pad is marginally bigger and is closer to the keys and the base edge, and it fails to offer any physical clicky feel, which clearly helped make the new MacBook Air considerably much compact. Also the four speaker openings that now sit over the console allegedly twofold as ventilation.
The new MacBook Air will be dispatched towards mid of 2015 or considerably sooner. Stay tuned for more updates.
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