A new MacBook Air for next week?

MacBook Air keyboard

Everything indicates that next week we could have changes in Apple's online store and it seems that the company would be prepared for the launch of a new MacBook Air with scissor keyboard mechanism and other changes like an improved processor.

Apple released the new MacBook Air last July 2019 and evidently adds that next-generation keyboard with the butterfly mechanism. This Apple technology multiplies the stability of the keys by four compared to the traditional scissor mechanism, improves comfort and increases the response speed when typing but this is all on the sidelines after all the trouble he's had and the company is replacing them in the new generations.

Now rumors appear on the net about the arrival of this new MacBook Air next week on Apple's website that I would change the keyboard in addition to improving some internal components, although it is true the power of these teams is more than enough for the tasks of most users and in the case that we need more power, we always have the MacBook Pro models.

We will not have a keynote this March, nor will it be possible to attend this year's global developer conference in person and therefore most of the new product launches will be made through an update of the Apple website, everything will be online . In this sense, Apple users already know that this type of launch has been carried out by Apple for a long time and therefore it is not something new, what is different is the issue of the WWDC that this year will be totally online to avoid risks with Covid-19.

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