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article imageApple to launch new MacBook Air in June or July

By Aaron Jefferson     May 19, 2011 in Technology
Rumors began circulating yesterday pointing towards a June or July release for the newest version of Apple's MacBook Air.
The new models are expected to feature Intel's newest Sandy Bridge processing platform and a Thunderbolt interface. The new features are part of the annual revamp Apple conducts on all of its product lines.
The basis for these rumors comes from increased production by Apple's Chinese and Taiwanese component manufacturers. The Digitimes reports, "Main supply chain makers for the new models remain about the same as for the existing MacBook Air, with Quanta Computer solely responsible for assembly, Catcher Technology supplying casings, Auras Technology a main supplier of thermal modules, Shin Zu Shing supplying hinges, and Simplo Technology and Dynapack supplying batteries, the sources pointed out. However, none of the makers have confirmed their participation in making new MacBook Airs."
Few specific details concerning the specifications of the new MacBook Airs are available at this time as Apple and its suppliers have neither confirmed nor denied the reports.
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