There's independent confirmation from Cult of Mac that Steve Jobs will be introducing a redesigned 11.6-inch and 13.3-inch MacBook Air with a bigger battery and another port…or two or three.
Cult of Mac's information comes after repeated reports from technology websites detailing spy shots and particular patents that suggest a refresh to the wafer-thin computer is on its way.
Apparently, the new model also has a faster processor, a 50-percent bigger battery, and is thinner and lighter than its predecessor. The model will also come with two USB ports, an SD card slot and a Mini DisplayPort adapter. The new machine may also cost anywhere from $1,100 to $1,400 for the respective models.
Well, we'll find out Wednesday if Cult of Mac's information is, indeed, on par with Apple's plans for the MacBook Air. Tell us readers: would you be open to the idea of a MacBook Air refresh? Do you think this one will do better than the latter model?