Sources close to the matter claim that it will fetch a price tag that is around the same level as the MacBook Air. This should also be accompanied by a slightly more pricey version toting double the storage at 256GB. The screen will have the same 2560 x 1600 resolution as the 13-inch MacBook Pro. And we've also heard more recently on the grapevine that Apple is planning to debut a new, cheaper 13-inch MacBook Air.
All this is speculation, of course, but we've heard previous rumors that Apple will be offering a new entry-level 13-inch MacBook, which could even potentially replace the MacBook Air. The MacBook, meanwhile, has a 12-inch display with 2304 x 1440 resolution.
Here's another look at the Blue Huawei P20 Lite
A few days ago we gave you a first look of the Blue Huawei P20 Lite in the wild and today we have an even clearer photo to share. The cameras are aligned vertically and they are placed at the upper left corner just like Apple's iPhone X.
Apple's hardware release schedule is becoming more and more unpredictable, but in addition to at least three new iPhones, several refreshed iPads and MacBooks are widely expected out in the next few months by an increasing number of analysts, tech pundits and alleged insiders.
The report notes that LG Display will begin supplying the panel in April, with the new MacBook Air expected to enter mass production in May or early June.
A report by Digitimes reveals that Apple is indeed looking to bring back the "affordable" MacBook after having focused on its premium MacBook Pro variants for the past couple of years.
"Disease X" May cause a Worldwide Epidemic
The World Health Organization has added the mystery killer yet-to-exist to its list of nine diseases that could cause a worldwide epidemic.
70% of the orders will be handled by Quanta and 30% by Foxconn and Apple is likely to ship between four and six million units in 2018.
As for the new iPads, Apple is said to upgrade the current 9.7-inch model likely with a new processor and price it around $300 or so.
UVa locks in to win ACC title
The Cavaliers were a one seed when they lost in the Final Four to North Carolina in 1981. "We've got one more goal to do now". Those Maryland and Duke experiences confirm the magnitude not only of Virginia's feats but also the challenge ahead.