“Apple is targeting a MacBook Air update for this summer that will include a move to Intel’s Sandy Bridge processors,” Brooke Crothers reports for CNET.
“Initial shipments of Intel’s Sandy Bridge processor were snafued on January 31 by a minor glitch in the accompanying chipset, though the chipmaker will resume shipments of fixed chipsets as early as mid-month,” Crothers reports. “The Sandy Bridge processor itself is not affected.”
Crothers reports, “The MacBook Air refresh is expected in June, according to a source familiar with Apple’s plans.”
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