Apple MacBook Air gets a new color, 7 million units delivered in the second quarter

The analyst noted that Apple will ship the upcoming MacBook Air with three standard color options and one new color, rather than the rainbow variety of colors found in current iMacs. Ming Chi Kuo† It also knows how many units Apple was able to ship in the second quarter of this year.

According to Kuo, there will be six to seven million if suppliers can restore their capacity in the third quarter to pre-closing levels. In addition, the analyst believes that the delivery of the MacBook Air will be better than the current models of MacBook Pro as it will only be shipped by Quanta, while the MacBook Air from Quanta And Foxconn comes. Foxconn halted production in March due to the coronavirus shutdown.

Contrary to previous reports, the new MacBook Air will have a more conservative appearance, according to analysts. It will be more like the current MacBook Pro than the current iMacs line. You can choose from navy blue, grey, silver and champagne gold. The screen is 13 inches. It has two USB Type-c ports, and can have MagSafe charging and Touch ID – Mark Gorman said from Bloomberg.

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