Apple launching new MacBook Air and iMac in October

By : |August 30, 2016 0

Apple’s iPhones might be facing tough competition in the market from the likes of Samsung Galaxy but its MacBook is still class apart and unparalleled in the business. The Cupertino tech giant is now planning to refresh its Mac portfolio with new MacBook Air and iMac models on the way, according to Bloomberg report.

The wait isn’t going to be too long they could arrive as soon as October, the report states, citing sources familiar with Apple’s plans.

CIOL Apple launching new MacBook Air and iMac in October

Apparently, Apple is also developing a new 5K display in partnership with LG. Bloomberg says Apple is not planning to update the iPad lineup this fall, choosing instead to focus on software features to make its new iPad Pro more appealing to professional users.

These changes include being able to annotate inside apps across the operating system with the Apple Pencil stylus. The software features may arrive in an update early next year or packaged in with the next version of iOS, due out in the fall of 2017.

The new Macs would be in addition to the previously rumored refreshed MacBook Pro featuring a touch bar. That device is expected to boast four USB-C ports, and sure enough, USB-C will be coming to the new MacBook Air line as well, Bloomberg said.

Consumers will be able to buy the new iMac with an AMD graphics processing unit (GPU), the new report said — that would put the new model on par with previous models.

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