Apple's thinnest notebooks are once again said to be getting a size upgrade, at least in the screen department. A new rumor adds to talk of a 15-inch model in the works.
It's far from a sure bet, but CNET readers voted overwhelmingly for a 15-inch Air as the 2012 laptop they'd most like to see.
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The company will reportedly offer its current 11.6- and 13.3-inch MacBook Air models alongside a new 15-inch option by the end of the first quarter.
Spec sheet sent anonymously to 9to5Mac describes a new model that is thinner and lighter than its predecessor, as well as sporting a higher resolution screen.
Rumours are afoot that Apple is making a 15-inch MacBook Air to add to the range. Or will it be a slimmer MacBook Pro?
Apple may be preparing to bring out a MacBook Air-like design that has a larger screen than its current lineup of ultrathin laptops.
What does Apple have planned for the new 15-inch MacBook? Oh, the possibilities.
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