Sep 23, 2016 09:15 AM EDT | By Maui
The giant tech company Apple has just recently launched their latest smartphones, the iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7 Plus. But, Apple is not done yet, there are reports that say there will be an event that will be hosted by the Cupertino-based company this coming October. Apple will be taking the spotlight again to show off their new devices. One of the devices that Apple might be launching is the latest MacBook Air 2016.
The MacBook Air 2016 is one of the most popular topics this year. But, will there be a MacBook Air that will be launched? According to a report from MobilenApps, the Air line might be phased out. Well, this is speculated by many fans because the MacBook Air 2016 did not have any updates or announcements.
Rumors also say that Apple is just making the MacBook Pro 2016 as its top priority. At the same time, it will be producing the MacBook Air 2016. The MacBook Pros have greater displays compared to the MacBook Air and most of the consumers prefer the former. But, for sure, Apple will not remove a product that has been very successful in the market.
The upcoming MacBook Air 2016 is rumored to have a compact design and it would be slimmer than its predecessors. It is highly possible that there will be a 15-inch variant, which is expected to replace the 11-inch MacBook Air.
The MacBook Air 2016 is also rumored to feature the seventh gen Intel's Kaby Lake chipset. However, according to MacRumors, it will have the Skylake Processor. However, a lot of reports also say that the upcoming MacBook Air 2016 will released in 2017.
The MacBook Air 2016 is also expected to improve its battery life and cooling system. Moreover, it might also have a RAM that's up to 8GB and an Apple-Pencil that will allow users to use a trackpad.
Apple surely has a good reason for the delay of the MacBook Air 2016 and it will surely be worth the wait. Stay tuned to GamenGuide to know the latest news and updates of the MacBook Air 2016.
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