Apple might offer lower-cost MacBook Air in spring

by Muhammad Irfan Raza
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From a lot of years, Apple did not concentrate on its MacBook Air along with its price. The last unique design of 11-inch model was introduced back in 2016 and after that, you may have been looking Apple’s starter laptop at $999 with the aging design.

If the company would have looked at this model, it may come true on the company’s expectation. According to KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, the company is going to release the lower rate MacBook Air very soon.

Currently, there are no details available about this rumor. But we will update you soon, once we get more information about it.


But, this does not mean that the company is going to completely change the design of Apple MacBook Air. Instead, the company has just introduced the latest spec but an older processor.

Which means that the company may be looking forward to more updates later on this year. Apple does not have any other choice except upgrading its older processor with the help of Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities.

The company may focus on ports as well, but a large number of users still rely on USB-A peripherals. The reason behind the introduction of new ports is that the company has already introduced USB-C ports in latest models.

The main thing, users will be looking at replacement of MacBook Air’s old 1440 x 900 display, which will not much be competitive in the current market.

So the question arises is that whether the company will be introducing new display with richer colors or not. According to a lot of people, it is important for the company to cut the MacBook Air from its lineup.

Many of them assumed that the 12-inch MacBook will replace MacBook Air. High cost and modern ports along with all other factors did not allow the company to replace these models with 12-inch MacBook.

Therefore, the company should have to work more on MacBook Air for making it more attractive and getting more sales on this low price model.


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