MacBook Air 2016 Release Date, News & Update: Apple Officially Stopped Production? Top ‘Ultrabooks’ Arriving in 2016?
The anticipation for the rumored MacBook Air 2016 seems to be high, but reports suggest that the Apple laptop will be cancelled. Recent reports state that Apple will be focusing on the production of MacBook Pro series instead.
The MacBook Air series had several enhancements after how many years since it was first released. Many people expected a MacBook Air 2016 version but, according to Christian Times, rumors are very rampant that Apple has decided to cancel the production of the Air line-up to make way for new models.
In other news, there are Ultrabooks that could likely match the Apple's MacBooks. Ultrabooks have come a long way since they were first announced to compete with the MacBook Air world. They're light and thin while featuring powerful Intel Core processors, fast SSD storage and superb battery life. Could this be the end for MacBook Air 2016?
Examples of the top Ultrabooks, as stated in Tech Radar, are Dell XPS 13, Asus ZenBook UX305, Surface Book, Lenovo Yoga 900 and Samsung Notebook 9. These Ultrabooks will be launched this 2016, which could definitely put the possible MacBook Air 2016 into the back seat.
One Ultrabook that could replace MacBook Air 2016 is the Dell XPS 13. It comes touting a 13.3-inch screen, but it has the footprint of a small 11-inch notebook making it incredibly compact and lightweight. The stunning bezel-fewer screens offers plenty to gawk especially if you go with the high-res QHD+ display.
Aside from that MacBook Air 2016 could also be beaten by the Asus ZenBook UX305 in the market. Reports say that this Ultrabook is exquisitely-built, fully metal machine that's thin, light and very attractive. This lightweight system can easily take on any task whether it's browsing the web, watching video or editing images. What's more, its seven hour battery life is exceptional,
Surface Book, Lenovo Yoga 900 and Samsung Notebook 9 are also expected to put MacBook Air 2016 to shame. Apple is yet to comment about these MacBook Air 2016 reports. Stay tuned to GamenGuide for more news and updates!