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Apple was reportedly working on a 15-inch MacBook Air as long ago as November 2011, and a new source backs this up.ElectricPig reports that an anonymous vendor at the UK showcase for Mac accessories, curiously named “CU Exposed,” has said that Apple will likely launch a 15-inch MacBook Air this April.
It’s a strong move that will make the MacBook Pro less appealing to the average user thanks to the slimmer profile and lower price tag.
And when was the last time you actually used a CD or DVD? If optical media is still part of your game plan, a $20-$30 external drive will have you covered in a snap.
Whatever Apple’s plans for the future, expect more streamlined and lightweight devices.