It appears Apple’s been placing orders for more powerful MacBook Airs, AppleInsider reported.
As part of industry checks, Concord Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said the MacBook Air will likely come standard with 4 gigabytes of RAM and higher-capacity hard drives. It appears Apple is no longer placing orders for Airs with 2 gigabyte of RAM. Kuo also noticed more Airs shipping with 128-gigabyte and 256-gigabyte hard drives. The lowest-end model of the MacBook Air come with 2 gigabyte of RAM and a 64-gigabyte solid-state drive.
AppleInsider was also quick to note that Kuo has been a reliable source, proving right when he revealed Apple was working on a smaller 11.6-inch Air last year.