Kuo believes a new variant of the MacBook Air is expected to arrive "with a lower price tag", a move that will help the company to push MacBook shipments up by 10-15 per cent this year. The same rise was observed when Apple released the affordable 9.7-inch iPad past year, boosting iPad sales overall.
And since we're already into March, we many not have long to wait for Apple to unveil this new MacBook Air.
In recent years, the demand for the MacBook Air line has been falling as Apple has shifted focus towards the 12-inch MacBook and MacBook Pro. So, if the reports are true about the new more affordable MacBook Air, you can expect one cheaper than that as well.
That said, details on the new MacBook Air are still very vague, but the latest report from KGI confirms to an earlier report from Digitimes. Described as a "13-inch entry-level MacBook", it sounded like a successor to the MacBook Air, however cheaper.
According to a new report by International Data Corporation (IDC) Worldwide Quarterly Wearable Device Tracker, Apple has become the leader in the global wearables market, shipping eight million units in the fourth quarter of 2017.
The investor notes also offers some additional details on supply chain reactions to the upcoming iPhone refreshes, the growing success of AirPods and more.
At least that's what reliable Apple oracle and analyst Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities is saying.
Kuo also notes that we may also see an updated AirPod later this year.
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To put this into further perspective, future Hall of Fame left tackle Joe Thomas only recorded 28 reps during his combine. We don't know how meetings went, but Brown did get yelled at by coaches during on-field workouts for 'loafing'.
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