Macbook Air 2016 To Come With Touch ID & Force Touch Technology, Release Date, Rumors
Some reports from so popular technology related websites— have been revealing constantly that Touch ID and Force Touch technology to come in Apple’s MacBook Air 2016, which is going to hit worldwide markets in June next year.
Apple is going to release reportedly its upcoming MacBook 2016 at the tech giant’s World Wide Developer Conference, or WWDC which thought to be held in June, 2016 at in San Francisco, California, reported by Australia Network News.
However, some other latest reports have been claimed that an American multinational technology company has finalized the release date of MacBook Air 2016 which to show off Force Touch technology and Touch ID.
Some rumored specifications of MacBook Air:
The upcoming MacBook Air will have a 720p FaceTime HD camera,in terms of storage— to be equipped with 4GB RAM configurable to 8GB, 128GB and 256GB, 1.6GHz dual-core Intel Core i5, OS X El Capitan, and comes with giant battery possibly with 12-hour back-up.
Some previous talks about the upcoming MacBook version have been heard in spring season as well later, the Cupertino based company has decided to roll out the MacBook Air 2016 in next year same date.
Some possible or rumored specifications and features to be equipped in MacBook Air 2016 are, Apple’s fingerprint sensor, the standard Retina display, Force Touch technology and a Touch ID.
However, it was also mentioned in reports, Apple also will have the Intel’s Skylake processor, Apple’s fingerprint sensor, a USB type C support, and the latest OS X El Capitan operating system in its next upcoming giant laptop.
Some analysts described that the MacBook Air 2016 to be unveiled with its thinner than previous versions and better performance will also be discovered in this giant kind device.
currently out in the market is powered by a 1.6GHz dual-core Intel Core i5, Apple’s official site indicated. It has 4GB RAM configurable to 8GB, 128GB and 256GB internal storage options, OS X El Capitan, and a battery touted to have the ability to power the laptop for up to 12 hours.