A Retina display MacBook Air is almost certainly in Cupertino’s pipeline. Unfortunately, it’s probably won’t be showing up at Apple’s media event this Thursday, Oct. 16, according to Re/Code.
According to the report:
Sources familiar with Apple’s plans tell me that the company’s latest reimagining of the ultralight laptop won’t be shown off at its Thursday event.
Last week, DigiTimes said that a 12-inch Retina display MacBook Air was in production. That report also said, however, not to expect the new laptop to be unveiled this month.
Apple’s iPad-centric special event begins on Thursday at 10 a.m. PDT. Besides new iPads, Apple is also likely to use the event to unveil the first public version of OS X Yosemite, iOS 8.1, and Apple Pay. The company could also announce a new Mac mini, a refreshed iPod lineup, and more.
See also: The AppAdvice week in review: Cupertino prepares new iPads, OS X Yosemite and Apple Pay, More details about Apple Pay emerge as launch of mobile payment service draws near, and Newly leaked images show A8X chip, Touch ID and more for Apple’s ‘iPad Air 2.’