MacBook Air

After a highly successful first run of the ultra-light notebook that was introduced in October last year, it looks like Apple is ready to begin replacing them. According to reports and speculations, Apple will begin production of the next generation MacBook Air notebooks next month. Beginning this year, shipments of the MacBook Air notebooks have been slowly declining, and dropping even more when Apple introduced the new MacBook Pro notebooks. As you know when a company stops restocking supplies of an old product, it usually signifies the arrival of something new.


According to an analyst, who checked with suppliers and system builders, the next generation MacBook Air notebooks are said to be running on Intel’s latest Sandy Bridge microprocessors, integrated Intel graphics and will be packing the new Thunderbolt high-speed port as well. The new models are also said to enter mass production in late May, which backs up previous rumors about Apple being ready to officially announce and ship the new MacBook Air notebooks in June.

If that’s the case, it won’t be too long before we get to place our grubby hands on these new ultra-light, shiny notebooks. What features would you like to see in the new MacBook Air?

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