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Apple Could Launch A Cheaper MacBook Air Later This Year

Apple Could Launch A Cheaper MacBook Air Later This Year Apple Could Launch A Cheaper MacBook Air Later This Year
Theresa Hayes | 07 March, 2018, 16:00

Already it is known that in the second half of this year Apple will release three new smartphones, two of which will be true flagships, and the third will be something in between at a more affordable price. According to insider information, the mobile PC will see the light or at the end of may this year, or in June at WWDC 2018.

The updated 13-inch MacBook Air was a part of the products to look out for in 2018, which Kuo advised to investors. First and foremost, Apple will change the CPU and memory, and will install a modern solid state drive and discrete graphics that's it because budget will not be exact. MacBook Air in the minimum configuration 128 GB costs $999, while the model is equipped with a display with a TN matrix and 8 gigabytes of RAM. The latest mode in the series was unveiled last summer and comes with a faster 1.8GHz Intel processor.

It costs more than $1,000 to buy the MacBook Air. Today a well-known analyst Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities said that the leadership of the "Apple" of the Corporation colossal plans for the new iPhone 9 (2018), but it only is the proposed title of future trends. In fact, they discontinued the 11-inch MacBook Air and gave the 13-inch model a minor bump to its base processor in June past year. Kuo's track record of predicting what Apple is going to do next is very good and we've got no reason to suspect he's wide of the mark here. But, its clear that there exists a market for MacBook Air, which is the most popular laptop in the market that runs macOS, maybe because it's cheaper than the MacBook Pro and powerful than the 12-inch MacBook. How do you stop that while offering a 13-inch MacBook Air with a significantly lower price point? But it is lacking in a number of features that are now standard across the Apple line - most obviously the Retina Display, a technology that was first revealed with the iPhone 4 in 2010 and has since become standard on every other Apple laptop.