Apple will launch this week the new line of MacBook Air, and thanks 9to5Mac newspaper sources, we’ve managed to find out technical details of the devices before the official unveiling.
The range will be supplied with two new models, a 11.6-inch and the other will have 13.3-inch, which will be operated by i5 and i7 processors, will allow customers to upgrade to 4GB RAM available and will use more flash storage capacity with new option of 256GB for the 11.6 inch version.
The base will include a 1.6GHz processor, 2GB of RAM and 64GB of flash storage.
More expensive standard configuration also includes a 1.6GHz processor, but upgrades the RAM to 4GB and storage capacity to 128 GB.
In the online shop will also be available the option of ordering your own configuration, which includes a 1.8 GHz processor, 4 GB of RAM and for the first time on a MacBook Air 11.6-inch, 256 GB of flash storage.
The basic standard configuration includes a 1.7 GHz processor, 4 GB of RAM and 128 GB of flash storage.
The main configuration of the new MacBook Air has a 1.7 GHz processor and 4 GB of RAM, but upgrades the storage capacity to 256 GB.
With the launch of the new MacBook Air expects that Apple to upgrade and the new Mac Mini, maintaining the slim aluminum design, but adding faster processors, higher capacity on the hard drive storage and Thunderbolt technology. We were first talking here about the Thunderbolt technology.