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Macbook Air Refresh Expected at WWDC

As we all know of the fact that up till now apple hasn’t announced an important update to any of its hardware since October 2012. But if you are really eager to get you’re hands down on something new the wait might get over soon. Recently heard that the supplies of MacBook Air are fading away from the market due to highly anticipated Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) which is right around the corner . Surprisingly most of the major retailers in market are enlisting the MacBook Air as out of stock which is usually the first sign to a refreshed version in a line.

MacBook was last refreshed at WWDC in June 2012. In case you’re not familiar with the MacBook Air’s design, here we are talking about a very thin unibody aluminum machine that measures just 3mm at its slimmest point and 17mm at its thickest. Offering two display size options, 11.6-inch and 13.3-inch, with the smaller of the two weighing less than 1.1kg and the larger just 270g more. Despite of its solid aluminum body it looks magnificent.

This 13-inch model has a glossy 1600 x 900-pixel clear and bright screen. Since Mac OS does not support touch screens, the comfortable touch pad has wrist rest which makes it ideal to use.

The 13-inch MacBook Air includes an Intel Core i5-3427U dual-core CPU, 4GB of RAM and a 128GB SSD. There are also two base 13.3-inch models retailing at £999/$1,199 for 128GB and £1,249/$1,499 for 256GB.

Keeping in mind the specs mentioned above .The expected upgrade to MacBook would actually be quite considerable because the new processors possess new graphics that assure to offer a 50% improvement comparing the previous generation. Moreover the new processor is said to consume less power which will have a good impact on the battery life of these notebooks.

Source: Apple Insider | News Archive

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