In the report, it's said the company may introduce a new 13-inch MacBook that's cheaper than the current 12-inch MacBook but would likely replace the current 13-inch MacBook Air. It'll be priced somewhere around the $999 price point the current Air sits at, although it may cost a bit more or less. This should also be accompanied by a slightly more pricey version toting double the storage at 256GB.
This comes from a DigiTimes analyst who claims that Apple is using LG Display for the new 13.3-inch screens, which will boast the same resolution as the Retina-toting MacBook Pro: 2,560 x 1,600 pixels. That's a lot higher than the 1440 x 900 in today's Air and it's even sharper than the 12-inch MacBook's 2304 x 1440.
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We recently heard talk about Apple's plans to release a cheaper MacBook Air in the second quarter of 2018.
Ming-Chi Kuo says the new laptop is coming this year and DigiTimes says it's coming in June.
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Digitimes claims that Apple was originally going to use a Chinese manufacturer to make displays for this new cheaper MacBook, but has ultimately chose to use LG Display due to quality issues from earlier test production.
According to DigiTimes, Apple is expected to ship around four million units of this new 13-inch MacBook during the course of 2018. Quanta Computer won 70% of the orders, and Foxconn the rest. At the same time, we will also be graced with a MacBook Air refresh, but this entry-level notebook may surprise us in the specifications department.
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Meanwhile, the upstream supply chain has recently begun shipping components for iPad Pro upgrades and a new affordable 9.7-inch iPad - a refreshed version of its 2017 counterpart. Apple sold slightly more than 5 million Macs in the company's first quarter for 2018, which is down 5 percent compared to past year.