Apple is preparing to release a MacBook for the "poor"

The Mac Book Air hasn't been updated in over a year

The Mac Book Air hasn't been updated in over a year

It has been slightly over a year ever since Apple updated its MacBook Air line-up.

There are new rumors about the descendant of the Apple MacBook Air, the main feature of which was not a thin case, and very low price compared with other Makbukom. There's also new iPad Pros rumored for release this fall. The 16GB RAM version is not sold in Best Buy but might be in the physical stores.

Speaking of the mobile chipset, Qualcomm and Apple have been in an intense fight as the American chipmaker sues the Cupertino company over contract breach.

The confusing part here is whether this "inexpensive" MacBook will be replacing the 12-inch lineup or the MacBook Air one because according to DigiTimes, the display of the upcoming notebook is going to measure at 13 inches.

The current MacBook Air is still a hugely popular model, although it hasn't seen a substantial upgrade in over three years. In terms of graphics card, Apple will continue to use the Radeon graphics.

Apple slipped from 4th to 6th
Apple slipped from 4th to 6th

It's also worth noting that Bloomberg's scoop machine, Mark Gurman, and the world's most reliable Apple analyst, Ming-Chi Kuo, both expect the release of a new $999 or less entry-level notebook later this year. Apple is expected to boost its MacBook sales performance this year.

Apple is expected to include an 18W power adapter that works with USB-C with the tablets. DigiTimes believes the new charger could be used to fast-charge the new iPad Pros. However, we do have some bad news for customers who were waiting for an iPad mini refresh.

It looks like we'll finally get the promised AirPower wireless charging pad Apple showed off at its iPhone X launch even last September.

If all of this feels like a lot, that's because it is. If the company launches and ships the new MacBook Air at the end of this quarter, then the Trend Force's predictions will be right.

Two million Muslims leave for Mina as Hajj rituals start
It is the most important building in the Islamic religion. "Now, it's one person from the neighborhood every three or four years". The five-day pilgrimage must be performed by all Muslims, who are financially and physically able, at least once in their lives.

Recommended News

  • Twitter temporarily bans radio show host Alex Jones' account

    Twitter temporarily bans radio show host Alex Jones' account

    Media reports said Jones's account was in read-only mode for seven days, allowing him to browse but not to tweet or retweet. As of Wednesday, the tweet has disappeared from his account.
    Valverde still amazed by Barcelona ace

    Valverde still amazed by Barcelona ace

    The free kick goal was Barcelona's 6000th La Liga goal. "We started a year ago with this midfield and it has great strength". Celta Vigo were held to a 1-1 draw by Espanyol, while on Friday Levante pulled off a surprise 3-0 win at Real Betis.
    No Canadians: Air France unions call for French CEO

    No Canadians: Air France unions call for French CEO

    That is how they referred to the role of the American Delta Airlines, which owns 8.8 percent of the capital of Air France-KLM. While the appointment of a foreigner to run an airline might be controversial in France, it's by no means unusual elsewhere.
  • `Foreign object` found by Mars rover a rock flake

    `Foreign object` found by Mars rover a rock flake

    Since the last contact with the rover, Opportunity has likely experienced a low-power fault and perhaps, a mission-clock fault. Mars Opportunity Rover has been silent since June 10 when the massive Martian dust storm cut off the rover from solar power.
    Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder Get Into Heated Verbal Exchange

    Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder Get Into Heated Verbal Exchange

    Styles make fights but when you're talking about Wilder, no-one knows what he is going to do - because he doesn't know either. I thought that was a step up with the opponent and display. "I needed the rounds, and I had plenty left in the tank".
    India vs England 3rd Test Day 2 live updates

    India vs England 3rd Test Day 2 live updates

    They played their shots, ran their singles and twos as India maintained a healthy run-rate of 3.52 pe over throughout the day. But during his knock, he became the country's highest run-getting Test skipper on foreign shores, surpassing Sourav Ganguly.
  • Jose Mourinho hits back at City for lacking 'class' in new documentary

    Jose Mourinho hits back at City for lacking 'class' in new documentary

    Five minutes later, Aguero had his third - and his 31st league game in which he has scored multiple goals. I think the people are going to see how a football team lives behind the scenes.

    Kevin Spacey’s latest film earns only 126 dollars on opening day

    He was also dismissed from Ridley Scott's drama film All the Money in the World and Christopher Plummer was hired to replace him. In October last year, actor Anthony Rapp alleged the Kevin Spacey had made sexual advances on him when he was 14-years-old.
    Coles stores closed as nationwide checkout glitch causes chaos

    Coles stores closed as nationwide checkout glitch causes chaos

    This store is now closed due to circumstances beyond our control", read a sign outside Coles Australia Fair on the Gold Coast . The supermarket giant released a statement later in the morning, confirming "all Coles Supermarkets are open and trading".
  • Mourinho calls Man City ‘disrespectful’ in documentary

    De Bruyne played 63 matches for club and country last season, which is likely to have contributed to the injury, according to Guardiola .
    Arsenal want new Ramsey deal, Chelsea and Man United keen

    Arsenal want new Ramsey deal, Chelsea and Man United keen

    Chelsea held talks with Liverpool target Nabil Fekir, over the summer but opted against signing the France worldwide . The North London club are desperate not to lose one of their key midfielders with his contract expiring next summer.
    Turkey's President Erdogan vows to challenge economic threats

    Turkey's President Erdogan vows to challenge economic threats

    On Friday, ratings agencies Standard & Poor and Moody's downgraded Turkey's credit rating further to "junk" status. Erdogan said that Turkey would never bow before those "who set up their own order by exploiting the world".

We are pleased to provide this opportunity to share information, experiences and observations about what's in the news.
Some of the comments may be reprinted elsewhere in the site or in the newspaper.
Thank you for taking the time to offer your thoughts.