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Apple is reportedly gearing up to release a new 13-inch "entry-level" MacBook model in September according to reports from Digitimes on Friday who claim the Kaby Lake equipped machine will form as part of Apple's rather boring MacBook Air line of hardware. Those people said that Apple had plans to release the MacBook in the fourth quarter of 2017 with a 10nm processor, but faced problems in manufacturing. This goes against what we heard in previous rumors that future MacBook models will use NVidia's graphics card. As you know, old entry-level MacBooks and MacBook Air models costed $999 and $799, respectively.
According to rumors, it will collect on a hardware platform Intel Kaby Lake Refresh, i.e. inside it will be the Intel Core of the seventh generation, plus his face should be a screen on the 13 inch. Apple may not release it at an iPhone event. The news came from TrendForce, which is a Taiwanese research firm. We are yet to see if Apple really launches the "new" MacBook Air or not. The same report also tells about the AirPower wireless charging mat launch during the same month, while also providing its pricing details.