MacBook Air 2016 Release Date, News & Update: Apple Laptop Arriving in October 24? Best For Gaming? New Surprising Specs, Features Revealed!

By Maui , Updated Oct 03, 2016 08:52 PM EDT
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October has finally arrived and recent reports suggest that Apple will finally be revealing their new Mac devices this month. One of their highly anticipated devices is the MacBook Air 2016. Although MacBook Pro's are better than the Air, many fans also wants to see the latest MacBook Air because it will surely be budget-friendly than the Pro's.

According to a report from Christian Times, fans can expect that the MacBook Air 2016 will be released on October 24, Monday. Apple always schedules their events during this month to make sure they can launch their products before holiday season and consumers can easily avail it on holidays.

The upcoming MacBook Air 2016 is said to be slimmer and more compact than its predecessors, a 15-inch version is also expected to replace the previous 11-inch MacBook Air. It might also have an 8GB RAM and an Apple-Pen that will allow users to use a trackpad. The MacBook Air 2016 is also rumored to sport the latest Intel's Kaby Lake processor, but it seems this speculation is not going to happen because Intel didn't release their seventh generation processor yet.

The MacBook Air 2016 may also sport a USB-Type C port as stated by Ecumenical News. USB-Type C ports are said to make data transfers easier and a lot faster. It might also have a 5K standalone display; with this gamers might consider playing high resolution games in it. Playing games in MacBook Air 2016 will not be a problem because its cooling system will also be improved.

However, if Apple will use the Intel's Kaby Lake as its new processor, reports suggest that MacBook Air 2016 would be launched next year. But, with these improved specs and features, the new MacBook Air will surely be worth the wait. Stay tuned to Game N Guide to know the latest news and updates for the MacBook Air 2016!

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