Following the revelations on 9to5mac about the anticipated arrival of a new MacBook Air 12-inch model, the Dutch designer Martin Hajek didn’t waste no time designing what, he thought, could be the next MacBook Air. He has published a series of 3D renderings of the future ultra-thin Apple computer already dubbed: Stealth MacBook Air. With a substantially different look from the 11 and 13 inch models, the designer has taken the specifications outlined by the Apple site, the MacBook Air is thinner, made use of the space along the side of keyboard keys and a trackpad located closer to the keyboard. Hajeck also didn’t forget to exclude the MacBook Air main ports (SD, Thunderbolt and MagSafe) which are no longer present! However, the new MacBook should pack a new USB port type C (reversible).
Best part of all Martin, the designer, gave us a look at the MacBook Air in three different colors which are already found on the iPhone and the iPad: silver, space gray and gold.
Nothing is confirmed about the the release of the actual future model of MacBook Air. Speculations indicate that it may probably be announced by the end of April or early May, during which Apple has shown a pattern of renewing its line of computers.