Apple’s 12-Inch MacBook Air Could Arrive in Multiple Colours [REPORT]

By Anuj

    Apple has long been a trend-setter ever since the launch of the first-generation iPod. But last year, Apple truly managed to impress consumers by launching the iPhone 5S in gold color, alongside the usual black and white variants.

    Today, rumors claiming that Apple will launch a 12-inch MacBook Air in ‘Space Grey' and ‘Gold' colours scheme. According to a report from the A Tech website, Apple could release the MacBook Air in a new dash of colors, generally, associated with the company's iPhone smartphones.Those would be the same three color options for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.

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    Apple’s 12-Inch MacBook Air Could Arrive in Multiple Colours [REPORT]


    The report further claims that Apple is planning to launch the rumored 12-inch MacBook Air sometime in mid-2015. 

    Meanwhile, MacRumors site has also heard that Apple is considering a "special edition" colour option for the much awaited 12-inch MacBook.

    It is hard to predict Apple's next move though, but the Cupertino-based giant has always been unpredictable. If Apple does launch a MacBook Air in a series of colors, it would help the company to expand its reach among female users, for sure.

    Recent rumors in the past have suggested that Apple could launch a Retina Display MacBook Air in the near future. It might pack Intel's latest chipset and razor-thin, fanless design with great battery backup.

    Apple's current MacBook lineup comes in 11 and 13-inches. The cheapest 11-inch MacBook Air model in India starts upwards of Rs. 57,000. Stay tuned to GizBot for more updates!

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