New MacBook Air May Debut as Early as Next Week


Apple hasn’t made any changes in the design of MacBook Air since 2018. However, the company might debut a new MacBoook Air with an updated design. A MacRumors source with a largely positive track record has claimed that a refreshed MacBook Air will launch sometime the week of March 16th.

If we talk about the changes in the new MacBook, we cannot say whether the company will tweak the existing design of the MacBook Air, however, we can assume that Apple would use the more reliable, better-feeling scissor switch keyboard it introduced with the 16-inch MacBook Pro.

In addition to that, we can also see significant changes in other aspects of the new machine. We can see significant changes in the CPU which would be the 10th-generation low-power Core processors that would work in the Air have been available for a while. The speakers might get a boost as well. Also, we can expect to see changes in the RAM and storage configuration. 

As of now, we take this rumor as a grain of salt until and unless the company itself annouce it or tweak it. However, there might be data to back up the claims. Apple has delivered hardware updates in March for the past five years, and the coronavirus outbreak might not deter the company from breaking with its recent habits.

In addition to this, Ming-Chi Kuo recently said that he expect to see the updated MacBook Air and MacBook Pro models in the second quarter of the year. Although it’s quite early to see the updated MacBook Pro, but looking at the track record of Kuo, we can expect to have positive results related to this news. 

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