MacBook Airs with quad-core processors in October

MacBook Air

We continue to receive different rumors that speak of a possible renewal of the MacBook Air this year. The new Airs were launched last October 2018 with the new Retina display, USB C ports and new butterfly keyboards. Following the path of the rest of the teams this year it would be time to change the processor, but this time making the leap to the new quad-core processors.

Keep in mind that these computers have never mounted these quad-core processors, so if this update is confirmed they would be the first MacBook Air with this type of processors.

A launch on a keynote or silent renewal on the web

At Apple we are used to making updates "without saying anything" officially and launching new products directly on the web. In this case The MacBook Air of this year we do not think they will arrive in the keynote of the iPhone which will take place next Tuesday, September 10, most likely it will be for the month of October. It is unknown if they will present it in a keynote in which they can show the new 16-inch MacBook Pro that are also among rumors or they will launch them directly on the web page, what seems more or less clear is that we will have internal changes as they say in Forbes.

All this is still up in the air and it is also possible that they will be released in the next few hours as an update on the web. Apple has prepared many changes and novelties for its products And it is that this month of September starts strongly with the presentation of the iPhone and from that moment there will be many renovations in the rest of the equipment of the Cupertino firm.

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