Apple fans and tech enthusiasts have recently been deliberating whether Apple is releasing a 2017 version of the renowned 13-Inch MacBook Air.
There is a big question over the future of Apple's Macbook Air line of laptops as it is speculated that the tech giant has discontinued the model. The sudden, significant drop from $999 to $799 was nearly a clear sign that a fresh Apple product is upcoming. For this reason, Apple is expected to out a 2017 version, which should rightfully satisfy the public expectations. In the meantime, a couple of hundred dollars that can go to your savings by opting for a 13-inch MacBook Air? Notably, the temporary discount offer is now unavailable on the Best Buy product page.
Fans have been clamoring for a MacBook Air 2017 for quite some time now. In March of 2017, Apple's website was taken down, and Apple had claimed that with a relaunch of the website, there will be new products for consumers and Apple fans to buy. However, there is a possibility that one significant change to come is that Apple will shift to Kaby Lake chips for the MacBook Pro later this year, which could pave the way for higher RAM options. This left Macbook Air fans disappointed.
Apple's super-high-end laptop, MacBook Pro, received a massive update in 2016, launched with a new design and an innovative Touch Bar feature.
In spite of that, MacBook Pro 2017 is anticipated to be available in a gold color variant, which seems a good match for Apple's gold iPhones. It remains to be seen whether or not a new Apple MacBook Air model will ever see the light of day.
As for its release date, the MacBook Pro 2017 is expected to be unveiled around October, and it might carry a price of $1,200 for the variant with the 16GB RAM capacity.
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