Apple's Redesigned MacBook Air To Get Retina Display, Claims Report

Apple’s Redesigned MacBook Air To Get Retina Display, Claims Report

 

Apple's Redesigned MacBook Air To Get Retina Display, Claims Report

While there were rumors that Apple will be introducing a new MacBook Air at this year’s WWDC, and it seems that they actually did. However, this time Apple is thinking of redesigning the MacBook Air and introduce it sometimes in the next year, that’s what the report says. According to recent reports from an analyst firm NPD DisplaySearch, Apple may introduce a new MacBook Air with a whole redesigned looks. The new MacBook Air 2014 will be varying in various forms with its predecessors which includes the change in display size and type featuring the retina display.

At present, the MacBook Air display size varies in 11.6 and 13.3 inches, but the redesigned MacBook Air claims to have a much higher resolution with a 12-inch display size.  The previous versions of the MacBook Air features a 13.3 display with 1440 x 900 display, while the redesigned MacBook air 2014 claims to have 12-inch display with 2304 x 1440 resolution.

Report by the NPD analyst also includes that the display improvement will take place in various Apple products. The reports touts that the new iPhone will have a 4.7 and 5.7-inch displays, a 1.3-inch iWatch and a 12.9-inch iPad-like device. The analyst report seems to be very interesting with lot of improvements in Apple’s product on coming year. So, viewers just stay tuned till we get our hands on further updates.

 SOURCE: news.cnet

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