Apple’s MacBook relies on a single USB-C port which, at launch, seemed like a bizarre and too-forward-thinking move on Apple’s part. The company will continue with the standard, according to a new rumor, introducing it in a new MacBook Air.
DigiTimes said this week that Apple’s new MacBook Air, still just a rumor without any release date in sight just yet, will employ the USB-C interface. We presume it will offer more than a single port, since it will help distinguish the MacBook Air from the MacBook, but details on how many were not revealed.
Apple is lagging behind on updates to its laptops, which are still operating on older Intel chips. The hope is that Apple will introduce its new MacBook Air and MacBook Pro computers soon, but it hasn’t provided any insight on when.