Apple Could Launch 12-inch Retina MacBook Air on March 9 [REPORT]

By Anuj

The Cupertino-based tech giant Apple is reportedly going to launch its 12-inch Retina MacBook Air on March 9, a new report suggests. The latest rumors showcase the potential for a completely new 12-inch Retina MacBook Air that Apple hopes will pack the appeal and specs to compete with Microsoft Surface Pro 3.

According to The Michael Report, which cites sources familiar with the matter, Apple is likely to showcase its long awaited notebook on March 9. Yes, you heard it right! It is the same event where Apple is expected to talk about the Apple Watch.

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Apple Could Launch 12-inch Retina MacBook Air on March 9 [REPORT]


Apple is extremely good at keeping the 12-inch Retina MacBook Air design hidden from the public, but we expect to see it big changes being made in the design department.

According to some media reports, the new model will sport a 12-inch design close to the current 11.6-inch model, but will feature significant internal differences. For instance, the notebook will reportedly not have a fan, and will feature an all-new redesigned trackpad. Meanwhile, reports also suggest that Apple plans to include the Touch ID on the Mac line to enable Apple Pay.

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The 12-inch Apple MacBook Air are specs still a work in progress as rumors share more potential features and components.

Apple is holding an event on March 9, where it could unveil its long delayed 12-inch MacBook Air.

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