Date: Monday, June 20th, 2011, 10:34
Category: MacBook Air, Rumor
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Per MacRumors, sources have stated that Apple will offer the option of a black finish on its next-generation Sandy Bridge powered MacBook Air ultraportable notebooks expected to arrive in the near future.
Citing “several anonymous tips,” the site reported on Monday that Apple will will offer “at least some models” of its next MacBook Air with a black finish. That would be different from the aluminum currently found on all MacBook Air models.
“The most specific of the claims suggests that a black anodized aluminum case would be available on a top-end MacBook Air model, in much the same way as Apple once offered a high-end black MacBook on top of the standard white offerings,” the report said.
Author Eric Slivka said the site is “unable to confirm the rumors,” but given the fact that numerous tips have been received, the information was shared “for interest and discussion.”
It’s been stated that Apple is ready to build nearly 400,000 next-generation MacBook Airs this month in preparation for the anticipated launch. The new hardware is expected to sport Intel’s latest Sandy Bridge processors, as well as the new high-speed Thunderbolt port codeveloped by Apple and Intel.
The new thin-and-light MacBook Air launched in late 2010 with a new 11.6-inch model and a lower US$999 introductory price. The device was an instant hit, and made the MacBook Air one of the most popular products in the Mac lineup overnight.
Stay tuned for additional details as they become available.
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