Apple recently launched its refreshed MacBook Pro laptops and is expected to do the same with its MacBook Air series of laptops, which are rumoured to be simply called MacBooks. As per a report by Economic Daily News, via MacRumours, the upcoming MacBook Air laptops could be powered by Intel's eighth-generation Kaby Lake Refresh processors, which were released in the second half of 2017. It was earlier speculated that the company will equip the upcoming laptops with Intel’s Canon Lake chips that are based on 10nm process. However, as Intel is reportedly facing delays with the transition to the 10nm process, Apple has decided to use the Kaby Lake Refresh processors, which are manufactured using a 14nm process.
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