According to an arstechnica.com report, the inventory of the 13-inch MacBook Air is drying up; ahead of Apple’s annual Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) which is scheduled to be held from June 10 to June 14 in San Francisco.
Since short supply of current products generally indicates that new models are in the offing, the website has pointed out that 13-inch MacBook Air was last refreshed at the 2012 WWDC.
With bigwig retailers like Amazon, B&H, MacConnection, and MacMall having reportedly listed the 1.8GHz, 256GB 13-inch MacBook Air as ‘out of stock,’ it is being widely speculated that Apple will likely release the next-generation MacBook Air, or an upgrade version, at its forthcoming WWDC event.
Despite the fact that there has been no official announcement about the details of expected upgrade version of MacBook Air, it is assumed that the device will boast the addition of some more user-friendly and need-base configurations.
Going by the speculations, the next-generation of upgraded MacBook Air will have a sleeker and lighter design, and a more powerful processor than the existing laptop. The device will also apparently offer powerful computing experience with improved optical drives, bigger storage capacities, and a number of ports.
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