That's what Apple blog 9to5Mac says, having reportedly spoken with "multiple sources" who stated the new Macbook Air laptops will be revealed shortly.
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According to these sources, shipments of the new Macbook Airs have arrived at Apple Stores across the country, and Apple Store employees are preparing to re-arrange the laptops on display to prominently feature the new Air.
But will it live up to the hype? These new Macbook Airs are reportedly not a major overhaul, but a minor update to the existing ones.
The smallest possible upgrade
The new Macbook Air might come in 11- and 13-inch varieties that are so close to the existing SKUs that their model numbers are hardly changing - the existing 13-inch is "MD760LL/A," while the new one will reportedly be "MD760LL/B."
The main difference in the new Airs will be the addition of Intel's latest Haswell chip, according to 9to5Mac.
A subsequent report on the site shows further evidence of this change with what looks like a photo of the new Macbook Airs' specs sheet.
It looks like the new chips feature the slightest possible boost, with an upgrade from the existing 13-inch Air's 1.3GHz processor with Turbo Boost up to 2.6GHz to a 1.4GHz chip with Turbo Boost up to 2.7GHz.
Other than that, the Macbook Air's specs will remain identical - until the rumored Macbook Air with Retina display drops later this year, that is.
Watch out for official word on the new Macbook Airs tomorrow.
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