The MacBook Air Retina is to much change: Despite high-resolution 12-inch Display, the long-speculated device is hardly bigger and flatter than the current MacBook Air in 11 inches. In the context of a comprehensive redesign, Apple could adopt, however, a number of terminals.
As the next Generation of the MacBook Air should look like, will have to learn the renowned Apple Blog 9to5Mac by insiders, which have been prototypes in the Hand. On the Basis of the comprehensive information about the device that has floated for months under the name MacBook Air Retina through the rumour mill has been outlined in a number of Render images. This make all too clear that the characters are, more than ever, on the greatest possible compactness. Compared with the current 11 – and 13 of the MacBook Air family, the new member is only minimally larger than the smallest of the bunch. Thanks to a much narrower Display frame, the MacBook Air Retina will still come at a screen size of 12 inches.
Not only the Display, Apple will want to the available surface area as well as possible exploit, but also at the keyboard. In the Render images, the keyboard stretches to the left and to the right almost to the edge of the partially re-arranged buttons closer together, and also the Trackpad is enough to just before the spacebar. In addition, four speakers, to dismissed, in addition to Sound warm air from the fan housing of the MacBook Air Retina.
Apple dispensed with the MacBook Air Retina Thunderbolt?
Eng s’on the side, because you want the device to go flat, therefore, every current MacBook Air. Apple’s Considerations are to include, place it on the right side, only one Audio port, and two microphones, while on the opposite side, a single slot remains. Doesn’t have a Thunderbolt connector and no SD card Slot, only a USB-Port to be found here – from the new Standard USB type C. This brings some of the features of Apple’s own Thunderbolt Standard, and could replace it. However, 9to5Mac pointed out, that this is only one of several possible plans for the ports of the MacBook Air Retina.
We are excited to see how close the Render sketches of 9to5Mac are to be on the ultimate MacBook Air Retina. The rumor mill is, however, divided about what we know: The new device is moved in the forecasts since March of last year, again and again to the rear.