Last week Apple sent out invites to the media for an event on March 9th. It goes without saying that the spotlight will be on the Apple Watch, the first truly new product that the company has launched in years, and it still has a lot of information to reveal about the smartwatch. There were whispers previously that perhaps the much rumored Retina MacBook Air might be unveiled at this event as well. A new report published today reiterates those claims and says that the Retina MacBook Air will indeed be shown off at the March 9th event.

According to The Michael Report, which claims to have exclusively heard from sources familiar with the matter within Apple, that the company is going to unveil this notebook at the same event. The scribe says it has independently verified this information and finds it to be “highly credible.”

This latest information is in line with a recent prediction made by famed Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo who said that Apple will launch the Retina MacBook Air in the first quarter of 2015.

There have already been many rumors about the specifications of this notebook but nothing is known for sure right now. The rumor mill believes the Retina MacBook Air is going to have a very slim profile due to its fanless design apart from the high resolution display, which is obviously going to be its main selling point.

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