Following the screenshots detailing Nuance integration in 5 through internal settings, Chronic Wirereports new MacBook Airs may be coming out on Wednesday. Chronic had a good track record in the past pinpointing various rumors and he seems certain the new line will launch this week, on June 15th. However, he didn’t post any tech specs of the new machines — though it looks fairly obvious that Apple will implement Sandy Bridge processors and Thunderbolt technology like in the iMac and 2011 refreshes. Several reports in the past months pointed at Apple aiming at a June-July release for the popular ultra-thin laptops.
Meanwhile, 9to5mac also claims Apple will we holding retail store overnights on Tuesday for a Wednesday product launch, but they couldn’t confirm what the product could be. They don’t believe it’s the new family like Chronic Wire does, but it could be considering recent speculation.
We have since heard from a source that there are still some current generation MacBook Airs shipping to retail stores across the world into the next couple of weeks. Because of our own independent information, we doubt a new MacBook Air launch for Wednesday. It does make sense though based on the scheduled retail overnight.
Other products recently rumored for an update would be thePro Server, Mac mini server and Time Capsule/AirPort Extreme stations, which several bloggers believed would be unveiled by Apple at WWDC.