Speaking to , one of the insiders claimed Apple had "considered" updating the 13-inch Air with a new processor in response to sales of the ageing machine, which continue to be "surprisingly strong".
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There’s a decent chance you missed the Mac Book news this week.
It was buried amid a flood of news as Apple powered through announcements at the WWDC keynote on Monday.
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sources hear that Apple is planning to upgrade at least the 12-inch Mac Book and Mac Book Pro line when WWDC kicks off in June.
The Pros would get improved 7th-generation Core (aka Kaby Lake) processors with little to no external changes, while the 12-inch system is only said to be getting a "faster Intel chip" (our money's on Y-series Core i5 and i7 CPUs).
The new keys are somewhere between the last generation and an older model Mac Book — which is to say that they’re still relatively flat (due, likely to the slim profile), but have a much more noticeable give.
Some users will still probably have an issue with the relatively shallow typing experience, but if the keyboard was a key factor keeping you from picking the new model up, it’s worth taking for a spin the next time you’re near an Apple Store.
The World Wide Developers Conference, WWDC, hasn't seen a new hardware launch for some four years, but sources speaking to believe that could be about to change.
Sources speaking to the publication claim Apple will upgrade its razor-thin 12-inch Mac Book with a "faster Intel chip", most likely the Y-series Core i5 and i7 CPUs.
However, the biggest deal may be an update to a system many thought Apple had left for dead: the Mac Book Air.