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Apple cuts MacBook Air prices, sells its first under-$900 laptop

Gregg Keizer | April 30, 2014
Apple today refreshed its MacBook Air line-up, dropping prices by $100 on all four stock models.

With today's minor component changes, rumors of a Retina-equipped Air will undoubtedly continue to circulate. Those reports, all based on anonymous tipsters or sell-side Wall Street analysts' forecasts, have claimed that later this year Apple will consolidate the Air line by offering a 12-in. display with the kind of high-resolution screen now equipping the MacBook Pro models.

Apple cut the price of the low-end 11-in. MacBook Air by 10%, marking the first time it's sold an under-$900 notebook to the public.

 

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