It's possible that Apple could keep the Air around, too, and reduce its price, but we doubt it given the dated components and ports. However, it looks like the price is going to be similar to the current one, especially since Apple made a decision to include Retina Display for the MacBook Air 2018. However its display size which is 13.3-inches does suggest that it would be of the MacBook Air variety, unless of course Apple is planning on introducing a 13.3-inch MacBook, which would actually make it more expensive and not cheaper. The MacBook Air 2018 has already been announced for launch in 2018 and Apple intends to bring it to market during this year's summer for those who are still interested in the series.
Apple is preparing to release a new entry-level MacBook during the second quarter of this year. According to the report, the 13-inch MacBook will feature a 2560×1600 panel, with a 226 PPI density - the same as the 13-inch MacBook Pro.
The report notes that LG Display will begin supplying the panel in April, with the new MacBook Air expected to enter mass production in May or early June. That's a lot higher than the 1440 x 900 in today's Air and it's even sharper than the 12-inch MacBook's 2304 x 1440.
Ronaldo the hero for Real
The first leg ended 1-1, when Messi scored his first goal against the "Blues" in his ninth match against them. On Saturday, Sergio Ramos switched off completely and didn't enjoy his finest afternoon for the visitors.
Nokia 9 (2018) to feature in-display fingerprint scanner?
In terms of specs, Nokia 8 Sirocco runs on Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor, coupled with a 6GB RAM and 128GB internal storage. Some rumors have claimed that it may feature the same 12-megapixel dual camera setup that is available on the Nokia 8 Sirocco.
Sergio Aguero sidelined for two weeks with left knee injury
Agüero, the Argentina forward, felt some pain in his left knee after training on Saturday afternoon. City need four victories from their remaining nine league matches to guarantee lifting the title.
Quanta will produce 70% of the units of the new MacBook Air 2018, while Foxconn will produce 30% of them, and the new laptop should be announced at WWDC 2018 in June.
DigiTimes Research senior analyst Jim Hsiao expects shipments of the new MacBook to only reach about two thirds of Apple's expectations in 2018.
Meanwhile, the upstream supply chain has recently begun shipping components for iPad Pro upgrades and a new low-cost 9.7-inch iPad - a refreshed version of its 2017 counterpart. Apple sold slightly more than 5 million Macs in the company's first quarter for 2018, which is down 5 percent compared to previous year.