Macbook Air 2016 Model to Get Type-C USB and Hardware Updates

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    Robin C

    Apple is not killing Macbook Air anytime soon. Yes, we are going to see all new Macbook Air 2016 model very soon with upgraded hardware specification, Type-C USB and may be, Display upgrade. Based on the latest rumor, Apple will release new Macbook Air 2016 model with upgraded hardware specification and a Type-C USB Connector this fall.

    Also Read, Macbook vs Macbook Air vs Pro, Best Macbook to Buy?

    We are all eagerly waiting for the release of Macbook Pro 2016 models with better hardware internals, touch id integration, OLED Touch bar and slimmer design. As the macbook air line up didn’t get any much hardware improvements lately, we thought apple may kill it and promote the 12 inch macbook line up.

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    But, as a surprise move from Apple, rumors from trusted factory sources claim, that the Macbook Air 2016 model is Real and will hit the store shelves by this fall. No exact information about Macbook Air display upgrades, it will be great if apple makes the display close to Retina. Ofcourse, the display upgrade to Retina will reduce the battery performance of current macbook air models and apple may leave the display as it is and bring upgrades like Intel 6th Gen Skylake Processor, more RAM with higher frequency and next gen PCIe SSD Storage.

    You can pickup current Macbook Air models from Amazon at less than $800 pricing. Its still the best machine for all your every day web surfing, word processing and casual tasks.

    Are you waiting for the next gen Macbook Pro or Macbook Air model? Feel free to share it with us in the comment box below. Have a great day.

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