While Apple's (AAPL) currentMacbook Air is now known for being thin, light, and cheap with force, the cutting edge should be far superior. Amid the same keynote, Intel's (INTC) Kirk Skaugen showed an Intel-designed reference board based on the cutting edge Broadwell structural engineering which will be advertised as Core M; its shown beneath:
On the off chance that you'll perceive, not just is the real processor, and the bundle that its blasted onto much smaller, however the board needed to support that stage is significantly smaller than that of the Macbook Air. It doesn't take excessively vivid a creative energy to see that this stage could be used to make thin and light systems that don't oblige a fan to cool the chip. It also isn't much of a stretch to accept that Apple will make fantastic use of this stage in a future Macbook Air item.
Could Apple increase significantly more piece of the overall industry?
While this new Core M silicon is not exclusive to Apple - truth be told, it as of now looks as however ASUS will be one of the first out of the entryway with a design based on it - Microsoft's (MSFT) Windows 8.1 has still been really inadequately gotten by customers. In contrast, Apple's Macs have been significantly outflanking the more extensive PC industry in terms of year-over-year income development, and have been steadily picking up share for several quarters.
Outfitted with Intel's new silicon, Apple is prone to bring another industrial design with its next Macbook Air cycle. Further, with the greater part of the enhancements that Apple is bringing to Mac OS with OS X Yosemite, the piece of the pie pattern could proceed with, or even quicken. The potential offset, be that as it may, is that with the Core M chip considering fanless, no-compromises separable designs, Windows 8.1's worth proposition could strengthen significantly.
All things considered, however, as long as Apple can take this stage and truly run with it, there's no reason why it shouldn't have the capacity to assemble another Macbook Air that, by and by, revolutionizes the clamshell classification, and drives a pleasant redesign cycle.
Mac is one of the world's most imaginative workstation companies, and its not difficul to envision that its design teams are working diligently in attempting to bring the "following huge thing" to the Mac. Of course, Apple's bread-and-margarine comes from the ipad and the iphone, yet one of the organization's biggest strengths is that it has a vast ecosystem that it wants its customers to completely captivate themselves in. Whether its an enormous cash producer or not, Apple will keep on advaning the Mac and, later this year, we could wind up seeing something really stellar based on this new Core M stage.