Will the colors make it to the MacBook Air range?


Amid all the commotion that has formed both with the launch of the Apple Watch and the new iPhones, as well as the innumerable news about the fall of Apple's reservation systems in the face of millions of applications for iPhone 6, a little bit of aside the issue of the MacBook Air. The fact is that the next big stop for those from Cupertino is October, the month in which the second big Keynote of the year will take place and in which the long awaited OS X Yosemite is expected to be presented.

Many are those who say that the new system will not come alone and that it will come hand in hand with new computer models. The rumors that have been sounding for a long time is the renewal of the range of MacBook Air computers, adding a new diagonal to the catalog and improving its design and specifications.

The rumors that have been shuffling for many months now is the possibility that Apple will launch a new model of 12-inch MacBook Air which would have a much slimmer and more refined design, eliminating the fans from it and adding the next great revision of what the Trackpad would be. Well, seeing the importance that Apple is giving to that devices can be configured both in characteristics and colors, it makes us think that, in effect, These new laptop models could be launched in the same three colors that the iPhone is already launched, that is, gold, silver gray and space gray.

Just as we can talk about the materials in which these new laptop models can be built, we could also remember that they will possibly mount retina displays and that their production has been delayed by the unfortunate roadmap that Intel has regarding the launch and assortment of what would be the next generation of processors.

As for what we are interested in in this article, the colors in the laptops, if we dig a little in the past, we can find that already from the iBook G3, those of Cupertino began to introduce the colors in the notebooks. Subsequently, the range of colors is eliminated to launch the MacBook in black and white and, finally, the current ranges in silver aluminum. The truth is that from my point of view, a computer in gold does not make much sense, unlike in space gray. However, in this world, one cannot say much anymore, because there seems to be a market for everything that is put up for sale.

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