Chen and Tsai report, “Currently, Apple’s 11-inch 64GB MacBook Air is priced at US$999 with a 128GB version priced at US$1,199. The 13-inch 128GB version is priced at US$1,299 and 256GB version is US$1,599. If Apple decides to launch a US$799 MacBook Air, the sources believe the strategy will damage ultrabooks allowing Apple to continue to press its advantage.”
Read more in the full article here.
MacDailyNews Take: You know, because Apple always tells upstream suppliers what their final SRP will be (sarcasm laced with sarcasm). We’re not saying this item and/or it’s final price isn’t true, just that someone somewhere in the chain has leapt to a conclusion on the final product’s SRP that Apple likely would not be sharing with suppliers.
MacDailyNews Note: Oh, BTW: We just noticed that we passed 35,000 last Friday!
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Dan K.” for the heads up.]