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Rumor: 12 ″ MacBook will have a new USB standard, MagSafe connector and golden option!

Now that the iPhone 6 has been released, it's time for other rumors to win out. Remember the supposed 12-inch MacBook? For Jack March brought some alleged information passed on by sources within Apple.

The new MacBook would be 12 inches and would be very, very thin. The reference to how thin it will be we don't know, but March says that because of this new thickness, Apple even chose to use the new USB Type-C connector, the new laptop would come with an adapter so that users can use their current accessories with the new standard.

The MagSafe would also be totally modified to be accommodated in this new thickness, this would be the second redesign of the connector, if it really occurs. The curious thing about the rumor is that this new recharge method would be * totally * different from what we have today. In addition, the notebook would not have fans thanks to the new generation of processors from Intel (Broadwell), which remain at low temperatures even though they are quite required.

To imagine how Apple will make the corner-to-corner keyboard of the new 12-inch MacBook (see s) the 12-inch PowerBook G4!

The huge edges that we see on the current MacBook Air would cease to exist, giving way to a more similar feature to the MacBook Pro with Retina display. Due to the size (12 inches), the sides of the keyboard would be very narrow. Even so, the machine's speaker would be visible somewhere (it wouldn't look like the MacBook Pro speakers, but it wouldn't be ?invisible? like those on the MacBook Air either).

Now, the icing on the cake: this new MacBook would have three different colors. Does anyone here risk it? Just look at Ma's current products to discover: space gray, silver and gold!

Golden MacBook Concept

Credit from mockup: FuzeDesigns.

That's right, you heard it right: a golden MacBook! After the iPhone 6 Plus (with a huge 5.5 inch screen), I doubt nothing more.

Speaking specifically about the new USB standard, the Video Electronics Standards Association (VESA) announced that it offers a DisplayPort Alternate Mode, allowing new USB cables to support DisplayPort audio / video transmission, 4K monitors, in addition to the benefits of USB 3.1 as the ultimate data transfer speed and up to 100 watts of power to recharge devices.

DisplayPort Alternate Mode

Regardless of color, this MacBook promises!

(via 9to5Mac: 1, 2)