“With Apple’s WWDC only days away, tech pundits everywhere are speculating as to what the tech giant has in store for users,” Trevor Mogg reports for Digital Trends. “Citing ‘reliable’ sources in Apple’s supply chain in China, Macotakara said the company is planning to ditch the 11-inch Air (news we’ve heard before), while improving the current 13-inch model and launching a new 15-inch version.”
“That would leave its laptop line-up with 12-, 13-, and 15-inch screen options, with the recently launched MacBook offering the smallest display,” Mogg reports. “Respected Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said in May he expects the Pro models to stay at the front of the pack, while the MacBook will one day replace the Air entirely to sit behind the Pro. For as long as the Air remains in Apple’s line-up, Kuo said it’ll serve ‘as an entry-level model sold at low prices.'”
Mogg reports, “Macotakara suggests an August launch for the Air.”
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MacDailyNews Take: We’ll take a 13-inch Air at around the same size as our 11-inch MacBook Airs. All Apple has to do is remove the giant bezel surrounding the Airs’s display.