Apple Is Reportedly Working On A 14-Inch MacBook Air

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Apple is supposedly at work on a 14-inch MacBook Air, reports DigiTimes.Where a 15-inch model could be considered the standard in the US, Asian countries seem to prefer a 14-inch form factor. Globally, 14-inch laptops have approxmiately 20-25% of the market share, but if you focus only on Asia, this number jumps to 35-40%.

If Apple wants to continue its climb towards becoming a $1 trillion company, it’ll need to aim at other countries in a big way.

If the rumours of a 14-inch MacBook Air are true, this could be exactly what the company intends to do.

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