MacBook Air 2019: Here’s What We Want Ahead Of Its Possible Release

Daphne Planca
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The tech giant Apple is going to release new products like Mac Pro 2019 this year. But many avid fans are expecting the long-rumored MacBook Air 2019. We outlined some things we want to see out of the leaked rumors.

According to Tech Radar, the company seemed to forget to update the MacBook Air lineup. The well-known laptop had been bringing modern features. So, the upcoming device will do much more. If ever it comes out this year, it could adapt to the modern laptop landscape.

In terms of specifications, the MacBook Air 2019 will feature a fanless dual-core chip. This thin and light notebook will have the Ultrabook-class processor. This processor does not produce so much heat. A recent patent showed a touchscreen MacBook keyboard with raised, tactile keys. This keyboard will be for this upcoming laptop and might be the solution for the Butterfly keyboard issue. Larger SSDs might be fine to refrain from using many apps. But it needs to be cheaper.

The MacBook Air 2019 might hit the streets at the earliest of November. Many speculations pointed out a model refresh this coming summer. But that is too early to say. Better yet, it may surface in 2020. If ever it will launch this year, it will cost around $1,199 (£1,199, AU$1,849). This price is higher than the MacBook Air 2018. This might be because of the larger SSD and faster processor. If ever the price will be lower, it will release in 2020 with an ARM processor.

To recall, the device had revamped in July 2011. It came out from April to July until 2015. Then, a refresh of the device released in June 2017. This device had the same 5th-generation processor and a faster SSD. The 2018 model came out the previous November. It had a redesigned chassis and updated internals.

How about you? Are you excited to see MacBook Air 2019? Share your wants and ideas by writing in the comment section below.

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