Why Macbook AirComing to Macbook Air
MacBook Air and MacBook Pro as the two major MacBook products, but every single case it hasn't done so. And the higher cost of the basic MacBook says it all. Maintaining MacBook Air as a "cheaper" (relatively speaking) Mac notebook will remain an appealing choice for an uncomplicated business, but will also give macBook Air the opportunity to be a zip combie item - unpopular with everyone except those who watch the sources of income.
Apple has kept the entry-level MacBook Air at $999 since removing the 11-inch MacBook Air from its product line. And if you want a lower -cost alternative, Apple would probably invite you to the iPad and iPad Pro line, with a high-quality keypad cap and all Apple's attention.
However, as MacBook Air grows older, its component parts become more costly as it grows older, from relatively inexpensive to costly, and the utility line keeps up with the new technologies. A point has come where refreshing with newer parts means a less costly press because the savings across the whole sector are not enough.
A new Intel chip, a switch to a retinal-level display, and a general upgrade of specification to keep up with the mid-size Windows 10 laptop would bring MacBook Air another two years in retailing. However, anyone considering entering the realm of macrosoft should be mindful that, with all the mysticism and legacy the MacBook has, it's been a long while since it felt a top Priority for Tim Cook and his group.
The MacBook series is still unmatched as supporting iPhone OS evolution. They are still sturdy notebooks as stand-alone pieces of equipment, but don't look forward to new feature sets on the desktop bound devices or greater innovation in terms of designs or equipment in the near-term. An inexpensive entry-level MacBook would be welcome, but it would be the gateway to a sophisticated eco-system that is subject to the phone.