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MacBook 2019 release date, news and rumors
We didn’t get a new 12-inch MacBook this year, and because the latest thin-and-light from Apple has been out since 2017, we’re ready for the sequel.
On paper, the MacBook 2017 was exactly what we’d been asking for since its reincarnation back in 2015. Apple’s signature Butterfly keyboard was better than ever while it also experienced a dramatic boost in power, thanks to the 7th-generation Intel Kaby Lake processors.
However, now that we have Whiskey Lake and Amber Lake processors that feature better performance than their 7th-generation Kaby Lake predecessors – we expect the MacBook 2019 takes a huge leap over the 2017 model. Hopefully it’ll be as dramatic as the new MacBook Pro.
So, be sure to keep this page bookmarked, as we’ll update it with any new information that comes our way.
None of the most recent reports, rumors or leaks give any lead as to when we’ll see the 2019 MacBook. Of course, we’ll gladly speculate based on the previous three releases of Apple’s 12-inch laptop.
In 2015, Apple released the first MacBook during April, directly following a March keynote. That’s a largely odd time for Apple to release a device, but that obviously didn’t happen this time.
However, Apple went all of 2018 without releasing a new 12-inch MacBook, and while we initially thought the blame was on Intel’s 14nm shortage – the Cupertino behemoth had no problem putting out the MacBook Air 2018.
So, maybe we’ll see the MacBook 2019 in the Spring, like we saw with the 2018 iPad for education? Either way, Apple will show off the MacBook 2019 when it’s ready to show it.
While we do think that Apple will put out a MacBook around the same price as the current models, we have seen speculation that Apple is planning on releasing a cheaper 13-inch Retina MacBook. So, whether or not that will play a factor in the MacBook 2018’s price remains to be seen.
This is another aspect where we’ll have to speculate based on the current pricing of the MacBook. The entry-level MacBook will run you $1,299, £1,249 or AU$1,899 to start. Only one more model, with more storage and power, goes for another 300 to 450 bucks on top of that. However, there is speculation that Apple is going to be releasing a cheaper 13-inch MacBook, but that turned out to be the new MacBook Air.
With the pricing so tight here, amounting to minute differences in hardware between offerings, we probably won’t see a price drop. The only way we see the current version of the MacBook budging in price is if Apple introduces more capacious storage or higher power options, which will send the price up, rather than the opposite.
For the MacBook price to come down, or for Apple to release a cheaper MacBook model alongside more expensive version, something has to give. Apple could lower the memory down to 4GB from 8GB, but we don`t think that’ll happen. Instead, we believe it’d be much more likely for Apple to release a MacBook with a 128GB SSD instead of starting with 256GB.
We`ll look out for new rumors and update this article as soon as the MacBook 2019 price begins to crop up as we inch closer.
What we want to see in MacBook 2018
All of this uncertainty surrounding a possible MacBook 2019 release is fertile ground for a well-crafted wishlist.
So, while we wait for any kind of official word from the Cupertino behemoth, here’s what we hope to see Apple improve about the MacBook for 2019.
MacBook 2018 keyboard and screen
We`ve seen plenty of rumors that Apple is planning on making a MacBook with dual screens – and they keep showing up – one of these screens would be a capacitive touch keyboard. We don’t know what it’ll look like, but there’s potential for on the fly region changing and easy access to an emoji keyboard – instead of emojis being relegated to the Touch Bar.
And, of course if Apple does follow through with this keyboard design, they’ll implement haptic feedback so that you’ll get the same experience as using a mechanical keyboard, only with the flexibility that a touch screen keyboard brings with it. However, it’s easy to expect this to raise the price in any MacBook that implements it.