Those waiting for the Apple MacBook Air might not have anything to look forward to anymore as it does not look like Apple will have anything to offer this year.
So far we know that Apple, much like past year is planning to launch three iPhones in 2018 as well. He now returns to claim that Apple is planning a cheaper MacBook Air, a move he believes could help Apple push MacBook shipments up by 10-15 percent this year. We'll likely also see some USB-C/Thunderbolt 3 upgrades and perhaps an overall redesign given the age of the current design. Until the company makes an official announcement, MacBook Air fans will just have to hope and wait. In the majority of cases, the MacBook Air is expected to be targeted to students or a different set of buyers that want to experience the macOS ecosystem in an affordable price range.
With the exception of the Core i3, Intel has finally upgraded its 8th generation mobile Core i5 and Core i7 processors to feature a total of four cores instead of two. It seems like the company is going to do the same thing in designing the cheaper MacBook Air. Also you can guess the price and comment down...
Expected Specifications of the MacBook Air?The MacBook Air line has been largely stagnate in recent years as Apple has shifted focus towards the 12-inch MacBook and MacBook Pro.
Details on the upcoming cheaper version of the MacBook Air are sparse. With an all-aluminum design and gold-standard build quality coupled with decent hardware, the ultrabook could spell trouble for other manufacturers. Let us know down in the comments.