The 15-inch Macbook Air and Other Rumors (Roundup)

A 15-inch Macbook Air? It could happen. Retina display on Apple notebooks? Quite possibly.  Ivy Bridge processors on the Macbook Pro and the Macbook Air? Most probably.

The following are the top news stories on Mac Mojo.

Ivy Bridge Macbooks Could Have Triple Display Functionality

Intel’s Ivy Bridge processors could bring triple display support to coming Macbook Airs and Macbook Pros. Current Sandy Bridge Macbook Pros can drive two independent displays.


Macbook Air, Pro with Ivy Bridge and “Retina” Display Coming Soon

Not only are coming Macbooks expected to get significant performance boosts from CPU and SSD upgrades, higher resolution screens with “Retina” display are also expected to make its debut to Apple notebooks. Reports are saying that Apple supply chain partners “would double the resolution of the Macbook Pro to 2880×1800 pixels.”


Get Ready for a 15-inch Macbook Air with Ivy Bridge

It’s not just updates for the iPhone and the iPad that are getting attention lately. Technology sites have been abuzz with the possible launch of a Macbook Air with a whopping 15-inch screen. New processors with Ivy Bridge processors are also to make an appearance on the next-generation Macbook Air.


Macbooks with Intel’s Ivy Bridge Could Be out April 8, 2012 -Rumor

This rumor is oddly specific regarding the release date of Apple’s awaited Macbook updates. Rumor has it that Macbooks equipped with Intel’s upcoming Ivy Bridge processors could be out by April 8.


Samsung SSD for Coming Macbook Air to Become Twice as Fast

The solid state drives on the Macbook Air is about to become twice as fast, thanks to a new component manufactured by Samsung. Speed tests conducted on the new Samsung SSD 830 showed significant improvements in performance in the previous generation Samsung SSD 470.

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