“Intel’s latest Broadwell chips are widely expected to be used in the impending release of Apple’s latest MacBook Air refresh,” Khidr Suleman and Joe Curtis report for IT Pro. “The MacBook Air 2015 will utilise the silicon giant’s fifth Generation Core processor, which promises up to 90 minutes extra battery life compared to Intel’s fourth generation, known as Haswell.”
“The latest enhancements to Apple’s laptop suggest the tech giant will use Intel’s new Broadwell-Y Core M processors for their power-efficient 4.5W performance, as well as being fanless,” Suleman and Curtis report. “Broadwell will ship with native support for 4K display technology, Intel Wireless Display 5, Wireless AC7265 cards and Wireless Docking via WiGig.”
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