Citing exclusive information from Concord Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, whose industry assessments have long offered reliable insight into the Cupertino-based company’s future hardware plans, 55% (or 209,000) of the notebooks will be of the 11.6-inch variety, and the rest will be of the 13.3-inch variety.
Additionally, Kuo told AppleInsider that Apple intends “to reduce production of existing MacBook Airs this month with a final run of 80,000 units, bringing the total number of MacBook Airs scheduled for manufacturing in June to 460,000.”
Shares of Apple were down $4.75, or 1.43%, to $326.74 at 1:24 pm ET on Friday.
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