“In October 2010, Apple co-founder Steve Jobs took the stage at the Apple Cupertino campus to unveil a preview of OS X Lion, FaceTime for Mac, iLife ’11 and the latest MacBook Air design as the closing “one more thing” announcement,” Mark Gurman reports for 9to5Mac.
“This notebook announcement not only brought the successor to the previously available 13-inch MacBook Air, but brought along with it an 11-inch MacBook Air for the first time,” Gurman reports. “But these new notebooks weren’t the only planned pieces of the late 2010 MacBook Air story, though. Reliable sources have told us that not only were 13 and 11-inch models planned, but a groundbreaking [sic] new 15 inch MacBook Air was scheduled for a late 2010 release.”
Find out what Apple’s decision to delay the 15-inch MacBook Air hinged upon in the full article here.
MacDailyNews Take: BTW, You can have our 11-inch MacBook Air units on the same day we switch to Windows PCs.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Dan K.” for the heads up.]