The MacBook Air 2016 just might be available by September at the same time that Apple will release iPhone 7 and the Apple Watch 2.
Macotakara reported that the MacBook Air 2016 will be announced this month, in time for the annual Worldwide Developers Conference held by Apple in San Francisco, California. After which, it will supposedly be released in August.
Another report from MacRumors stated that another event will be held by the tech giant this June, apart from WWDC. It will supposedly be for the big reveal of the MacBook Air 2016.
With the tight timelines surrounding these rumored MacBook Air 2016 release dates, many would just hope that this highly-anticipated product will be ready by around September. If this is the case, it will be available at the same time as Apple?s other exciting offerings: the iPhone7 and the Apple Watch 2.
According to Christianity Today, the Apple Watch 2 may go into production in Q3 and launched in September. This next generation Apple Watch is expected to have more styles and materials, including more expensive models with price points between the $1000 stainless steel and $10,000 18-karat gold edition.
As for the iPhone 7, Gotta Be Mobile reported about rumors on its release this coming fall. A leak reported by Pocket Lint detailed the new phone?s features, such as an OLED screen, dual camera, 256GB capacity, Lightning adapter and more.
Many had hoped that more details could have been revealed during the WWDC, but the conference opted to focus on the launch of their products, such as iOS 10 for iPhones and iPads as well as OS X 10.12 for Mac devices.
Even though the MacBook Air 2016 has no exact official release date yet, many are already excited to see its features. The slim and lightweight laptop?s latest model is rumored to be even thinner and lighter. To make it even slimmer, smaller and efficient USB Type-C ports will take the place of traditional USB ports. There have also been rumors that a retina display will be included in the newest MacBook Air.
Initially exclusive only for iPhones, virtual assistant Siri will also reportedly be a new feature of the MacBook Air 2016.
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