Yesterday, while talking about the upcoming 11.6 inch MacBook Air , we complained about the rumor mill being short of the specs of Apple’s light weighted notebook. Someone heard us loud and clear and was kind enough to reveal more about the Mac based laptop.
Apple Insider which is once again at the center of this development reveals that:
  • The 11.6-inch MacBook Air won’t replace the 13.3-inch model, but will instead complement it as a more aggressively-priced option.
  • Both the new 11.6- and 13.3-inch models sport matching outfits in the form of new, all-unibody designs and single button trackpads.
  • The port door found on the existing MacBook Air is gone from the new designs, which feature a port layout similar to the existing MacBook Pros.
  • The new “SSD card” storage is based off an SATA connection.
  • The base component of both models is just slightly thicker than a standard USB port at its thickest point.
How true are these rumors? If I were you I won’t be putting my energy into this guessing and analyzing thing. Instead I will wait for 20th October the day on which Apple will kick off Back to the Mac event and will have something to say about the notebook which based on its small size looks like a netbook to me.
[via AppleInsider]



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