2016 MacBook Air To Launch With 5K Display: Sneak Peak On Specs, Price And More

The upcoming release of Apple's new MacBook Air 2016 will surely be an event that will encourage enthusiasts and non-enthusiasts alike into the thought of acquiring one. The latest model of the MacBook line has been the stuff of countless rumors and speculations that have been around for over many months.

One of the most shocking speculations was the possible 'killing off' of the MacBook Air product line. As of now, Apple has not hinted any signs about the possible end for its much-loved MacBook Air laptops.

The MacBook Air 2016 might go head-to-head against its sister product, the MacBook Pro 2016 because of the rumoured ultra thin display that the Pro version will have.

The odds of having a MacBook Air 2016 release by early next year are high, and numerous rumors point to the device featuring a 5K resolution screen. If this will come true, then the MacBook Air 2016 will be the very first laptop to even dare an ambitious 5K display feature.

The MacBook Pro 2016 Will Be A Revolutionary Laptop

According to the reports of NDTV, Apple is trying to revolutionize its MacBook laptops, hinting for the revolutionary features of the new MacBooks, including the Air and the Pro versions. With this, Apple has just partnered with LG Electronics to turn its 5K resolution screen ambition into a reality.

If the new iMac comes out with a 5K resolution, then the MacBook Air 2016 will surely have this same feature. If that happens, then Apple would surely be experiencing massive success in dominating the laptop and desktop industries.

On the other hand, the MacBook Pro 2016 will be similar to the MacBook Air 2016 as it will feature a thinner design than its previous models.

If this will be the case, then it will be a safe move for Apple to differentiate the two laptops with regards to its display; the MacBook Air 2016 will have the 5K display, while the MacBook Pro 2016 will have a standard display resolution.

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