With fifth-generation Intel Core processors, MacBook Air from Apple Inc. gives you more time to do more things. In addition, a number of features, including all-day battery, processors and graphics, 802.11 ac Wi-Fi, flash storage, thunderbolt 3 and USB 3, display and camera, multi-touch keypad, and backlit-keyboard, the laptop offers all an incredible amount of power for computing and many more individual and commercial activities. Mentioned-below are 7 possible upgrade features that will be part of next-gen MacBook Air’s new versions.
Skylark processors: It is possible that Intel’s upcoming Skylake processors will offer more technical improvements to future MacBook Air models. Macs will use chips from either/both the Core i5-6200U (2.3GHz and 2.4GHz) and Core i7-6500U (2.5GHz and 2.6GHz) that offer integrated Intel HD 520 graphics.
Faster, better battery life: Use of smaller process architecture can enhance 30% better battery life with about 34% faster graphics and a 10-20% CPU performance improvement.
Force Touch: A Force Touch trackpad inside the MacBook Air will help Apple deploy its new user interface paradigm across its product range. A new user interface solution from Apple will make the laptop easy-to-navigate with extraordinarily powerful applications.
USB C, Retina display: MacBook Air will come with the same USB-C port as the MacBook and it will ensure that power and peripherals will run through a single interconnect. A HD Retina display on MacBook Air is also a possibility.
Enhanced built-in-memory: Macs may carry up to 512GB built-in flash memory with up to 8GB or internal RAM. Moreover, the laptop may be available at a price tag that is $100 cheaper than the current version.
New Intel chip: The new version of the MacBook Air will boast of 2H2015 production and will be available in the market by around October/November. Next year release of the laptop March 2016 release will find new Intel chips.
With these possible upgrade features, the new version of the laptop is going to rock the Apple market.