It has not even released the new MacBook Air, and Apple is already planning to launch the device upgrade.
The device is listed on the Geekbench technical reference site and the only significant difference should be in the processor process. While the motherboard and other specs will be the same as Air on October 30, the processor will be one of Intel's newest i7, company's amber lane line.
The novelty may seem too good to be true, and some analysts relied on it to not. They refer to the fact that something happens not two weeks after the introduction of the current model as something very suspicious, and most likely it's a joke caused by someone who has administrator access to this site and was able to manipulate the message numbers of the MacBook Air references were released late October.
But until the confirmation is displayed (or Apple discovers an update or Geekbench refuses to publish), the reference list for a possible new MacBook Air can be accessed on the Geekbench website.
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