Apple is reportedly preparing to release a cheaper MacBook

Apple might offer lower-cost Mac Book Air in springMore

Apple might offer lower-cost Mac Book Air in springMore

According to what Ming-Chi Kuo, a reliable analyst at KGI Securities believes, and as first reported by 9to5 Mac, Apple is seemingly planning to release a new MacBook Air "with a lower price tag".

Interestingly, Apple has not launched any new variant of its entry-level MacBook Air laptop for a while now.

It isn't clear whether the rumoured new MacBook Air will feature a major redesign, or will look similar to existing models but with upgraded internal hardware.

Apple could debut a new MacBook Air at a cheaper price point and it might arrive as soon as next month, according to fresh speculation.

The MacBook Air's design has changed little in the ten years since it was released. Aside from the updated and "more affordable MacBook Air", Apple is also expected to unveil a special 6.1-inch LCD iPhone X successor and a new AirPods version, MacRumors reported. The current models haven't been upgraded in three years and the 11-inch model has been completely discontinued, so perhaps this update won't come as a surprise to many.

A DigiTimes report earlier this year also suggested a cheaper MacBook was on the way. Apple's MacBook Air is considered as the starter laptop product of Apple.

Once again, to keep the costs low, we could see Apple implement a single Type-C USB port, but unlike the 12-inch MacBook, this port could provide support for Thunderbolt 3. It gave the framework only an unassuming spec knock in June 2017, and afterward just by utilizing a more established processor. Talking about the last update, the company introduced a faster 1.8GHz Intel processor. Also you can guess the price and comment down...

KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo believes the cheaper device will hit the market at some point during the second quarter, which ends on April 1.

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