Apple's refreshed Japanese site Macotakara.will use a new type of storage tech that could make the wafer-thin laptop faster, according to
The Toggle DDR 2.0 tech could also offer lower power consumption, and allow Apple to shave a few more millimetres off the Air's design, according to Thinq.
The technology would also mean that there would be absolutely no way to upgrade the Air's storage, as the Toggle DDR 2.0 storage chips would be soldered directly to the laptop's motherboard.
The new Air is expected to come out at, alongside , the new version of the Mac operating system.
The machine is also tipped to pack Intel's powerful, and Apple's as yet somewhat useless .
While the first Air left us feeling slightly baffled, subsequent iterations have been more impressive. The idea of a more powerful, speedier model that boasts the same slender dimensions is very interesting indeed.
Hopefully, Apple will pull out all the stops with the new Air, which faces competition from devices like thelaptop, a machine that earned a whopping five stars in our review.