Do you think you know more about Apple than anybody else in your group? And if that's so then you should also be knowing about the list of rumors and leaks that have surrounded the company since the start of the year related to new iPhones, new iOS platform and more. However, it seems like more devices are set to be added to that list.
According to reports, Apple has jumped back on top of the most searched list in Google with (somewhat new) rumors related to a brand new MacBook Air featuring a Retina display that could be released later this year.
Apparently, the latest supply chain rumors have now added more fuel to claims that Apple is currently planning to launch a new MacBook Air with a high-resolution Retina display later this year. The device is now set to bring in the same pixel-capturing power already found in the company's MacBook Pro lineup.
The latest claims related to the same have arrived from the usual Taiwan-based supply chain sources at DigiTimes, with new reports once again this week claiming that Apple will launch a MacBook Air with Retina display in the second half of 2014.
And if you are planning to take this "rumor" with utmost seriousness, let us remind you by telling that the DigiTimes publication is famed for being the primary source of numerous Apple-related rumors, many of which have turned out to be false or incorrect.
Nonetheless, the latest report has arrived on the heels of a separate previous rumor that claimed that Apple could be planning on launching a 12-inch fan-less MacBook with a 12-inch Retina display.
"Given that the current MacBook Air models sport screen sizes of 11.6 and 13.3 inches, it's possible that this new, ultrathin model could be a successor to both, simplifying the MacBook Air lineup with a single Retina display model," writes Apple Insider.
But that may not be all since a separate DigiTimes report has also claimed once again that Apple may be planning to launch a brand new massively-sized 12-inch iPad later this year. But whatever the company decides to introduce, expect GizBot to stay in the thick of things and keep you updated on any such developments.