The MacBook 2015 might have been the most spoken name in the tech enthusiasts communities, with its smooth and clear appearance and its clean, strong performance, but the American tech giant Apple Inc. seems to not have forgotten about the predecessor of their newest, minimalist laptop. The device that the Cupertino based soft company released in 2013 could be the subject of a major overhaul the next year, with many voices claiming MacBook Air to be reviewed by Apple at the start of 2016.
At the moment of MacBook Air`s hitting the stores, the feedback given by the customers to the developers and manufacturers at Apple seemed positive in an overwhelming proportion. The most important improvement that MacBook Air featured was the powerful battery that could keep your Apple laptop going all day.
But it looks like this was not enough for Apple Inc. as the company continued to bring improvements to their very well received laptop. A year after its release, the MacBook Air was presented its new processor, that would have improved the performance of the Apple laptop. Basically, the new processor was a better version of the Haswell processor by Intel, which was integrated into the 2013 MacBook Air.
The American tech giant Apple continued to modify the structure of the MacBook Air for the better. At the start of the current year, the tech company changed the design of their laptop in order to make it go along well with the new Broadwell processors, also by Intel.
Now, many analysts in connection to the world of technology start to make a case for Apple Inc. bringing a major improvement to the MacBook Air in the year to come.
In connection to the release of the good looking MacBook 2015, most of the tech experts claim that the design of the MacBook Air will be substantially modified, bringing it closer to the looks of the newest laptop brought by Apple. The minimalist appearance of the MacBook 2015 will probably have some of its aspects shared with the new MacBook Airs, and the retina display might be one of them.
Also, some voices with expertise in the field of tech have claimed that the USB-C port could also become a feature of the MacBook Air, but probably there will be more than one such ports.
In addition to that, the processor running the MacBook Air could be changed too. Skylake-based processors by Intel seem to be the successors of the current Broadwell-U processors that run the Airs.
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