Once again, rumors start to skyrocket in the days leading up to a Keynote. In this case, the rumor is related to WWDC 2016 next Monday and the possibility that Apple will present some new MacBook Air models. So far the only thing that has been talked about is the MacBook Pro but it seems that those of Cupertino they have prepared a whole deployment of new models in different sections of their laptops.
Not long ago, and not in the last Keynote, Apple updated the MacBook Air processors in addition to providing the basic model with greater serial capacity and RAM, that is, keeping the body and design of the same. Now, the japanese web Mac Otakara ensures that the total renovation of the MacBook Air is near.
The new MacBook Pros are the notebooks of the bitten apple that have been most rumored to change in design, inheriting details such as the new keyboard of the 12-inch MacBook, an OLED screen instead of function keys and the arrival USB-C port. However, the MacBook Airs have gone completely unnoticed by rumors Is that why Apple increased the memory and storage in the base model of it? Have you wanted to dispel the rumors and really have a new model prepared?
What is clear is that in this month of June it seems that we are going to see a new MacBook Air model totally redesigned and with features already present in the 12-inch MacBook. The Japanese web Mac Otakara has also indicated that the Cupertino have eliminated the 11-inch model of the MacBook Air to focus on the production of a new model in 13 and 15 inches.
All this smells like there could really be a merger between what were the 11 and 13 MacBook Air and the 12 MacBook and that Apple has prepared new models with 12, 13 and 15 inches of a laptop with improvements regarding the MacBook 12 as well as the arrival of new features at the diagonals 13 and 15.
Finally, that same website also indicates that we may not see these news at WWDC 2016 on Monday and it is that it would be devoted almost entirely to issues related to software and applications developed. For now the only thing we can do is Wait and see what Tim Cook tells us on Monday.