In June, eight months have passed since the launch of Apple's latest update for the MacBook Air, in which it brought a new design based on the construction unibody and the use of Flash storage, making its internal hardware similar to that of an iPad even in terms of energy efficiency, since both can stay in mode standby for days out of the socket. Ma's current ultralight models were hugely successful and, not surprisingly, rumors began to emerge that they would be replaced soon.
Some say that the MacBooks Air line will be updated in the coming days and may even be part of what Apple presents as a surprise at WWDC 2011, despite the fact that the agenda for the opening of the event is very full. Regardless, MacRumors and 9 to 5 Mac claim that inventories of the laptop models are becoming limited in several locations, especially Best Buy branches in the United States.
It is not known what Apple can put in its new MacBooks Air, but upgrade options are not lacking our bets include the new Intel Sandy Bridge processors, more storage options and a Thunderbolt port in place of the current Mini DisplayPort. Another candidate for an update in the coming weeks is the white MacBook, which should also receive similar features.