Meanwhile, if Apple launches a new MacBook Air in the lower spectrum, it should help Apple increase its laptop sales. This also means that the toned down version of the 13-inch MacBook Air, which is to launch this year, will be much cheaper than this, and should cost under Rs 50,000. If we talk about the company's strategy, the giant has acquired the same concept with its iPhone.
In recent years, the demand for the MacBook Air line has been falling as Apple has shifted focus towards the 12-inch MacBook and MacBook Pro.
If you've ever wanted to own a MacBook but just couldn't stretch the budget, you may be in luck as Apple looks set to release its first properly affordable MacBook Air, soon. A complete redesign is also very possible considering the model's age.
Apple has pretty much said goodbye to the standard I/O on its notebooks, including the MagSafe port, so we do not expect anything of these things to make a return on the MacBook Air.
Will Apple finally give the MacBook Air its due attention? There is a new MacBook Pro available, however, in terms of their ultra-thin laptops, the company has not launched anything new yet to its MacBook Air lineup yet.
The new computers will come with custom co-processors, and with Kuo's note, it seems that one of them will be the lower priced MacBook Air. Overall, the analyst notes that he holds a "neutral" view on the demand of the HomePod based on "shipping time". We have also seen plenty of leaks of the upcoming iPhones with OLED screen. Apple is still relying on Air till now, as the higher prices are really making the industry more attractive, mainly for the buyers.