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MacBook Will Shine This Year

The new MacBook will be released in the first half of this year, and its sales will increase as it’s predicted by the analyst Ming Chi Kuo. It’s because the new potential market to adopt this new MacBook is the enterprise market. There is no further explanation of what makes the enterprise market interested, except the general things from Mac, such as the beautiful design, security, the fact it is easy to use, and the option to install Windows. Of course, if the predictions turn into reality, the suppliers who are cooperating with Apple in making MacBook, like SZS and Casetek will also get extra profit.

MacBook Will Shine In This Year

This year, MacBook series will enter the upgrade hardware era, foremost the new Intel processor, Skylake, which has started to be used in the PC industry last year. Moreover, the previous news said that Apple is developing a 15-inch MacBook Air, which will be introduced at WWDC event. There are no other new rumors about this MacBook Air.

Apple will hold an event in March, but most likely they won’t announce the MacBook. We can expect the iPhone, Apple Watch, and iPad to be announced. We will keep updating, so stay tuned.

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