We now know WWDC is 7-11 June 2010 (contrary to earlier estimates of a late June WWDC). Apple didn't even touch the Air during the recent Macbook Pro updates. I hope they're planning a massive revamp, to be unveiled at WWDC, but even a minor spec update would do me (that darn RAM!). I'm probably going to use this thread to post rumors/leaks as well as for when WWDC actually starts! I'm going to give 2 scenarios in order of likelihood: 1) Minor, silent, update: Current Design 4 GB RAM 320m Nvidia or even no non-integrated GPU Same Intel Core 2 Duo, less throttle 192GB SSD Nothing else. Even with this update, I'll probably buy it on Day 1. 2) A more major revision - perhaps introduced by Jobs as a "and one more thing" moment Current or new design with better cooling 4GB RAM, Maybe 6GB high end Low TDP Nvidia or ATI GPU Core i7 680UM processor - ULV 1.46GHz, Turbo to 2.53GHz 256GB SSD Glass trackpad Better battery technology like the MBP +/- IPS Screen +/- USB 3.0 Ok this is the update I want. I would literally buy this in an instant if this were to be announced. The difference between this one and the MBA above is that for this one I'd cancel any engagement I had on release day and wake up early to be at the Apple store well before opening time. For the MBA above this one, I wouldn't go as out of my way and would probably get it in the evening or on the weekend if there's any timetable clash. The Core i7 680UM The key for me here is the recently rumored Intel Core i7 680UM processor. Why is this processor the key? I've had a rethink on my previous wishes for MBA. Previously I (and many others here) wished for Intel's LV (not ULV) Core i7 640LM which has a base clock of 2.13GHz and Turbos to 2.93GHz. But after reading about, and experiencing the realities of the new 32nm processes, I have to say they're still hotter than I would have hoped. This Core i7 640LM 2.93GHz Turbo that we used to dream about is 25W TDP but I guess would just be too hot for the type of surfing I like to do on ultraportables, namely lap, bed and sofa-surfing...it would literally transform the MBA chassis into a kiln! This, combined with the fact that I do not need the full grunt of the Intel processor the vast majority of the time means that the 1.46GHz (remember still Core i tech and not Atom) will be perfectly sufficient. If I ever need to do some video edit/encodes etc, well I'll just set this on the hardtop table and fire away its 2.53GHz Turbo. Th 1.46GHz i7 is ULV and only 18W TDP. I used to despise ULV chips because of how underpowered they are but this is on another level, especially with 2.53GHz Turbo. It only has 4MB L3 Cache (2 less than current Air chips) but it's more than i5 and i3 Arrandales (3MB) and it has Core i7 architecture (increased clock-per-clock performance compared with C2D). Finally, we'll get that battery bump that we've wanted on the Air without having to compromise on the weight of extra battery! The 2.93GHz Turbo i7 would devour the battery. I'm now really hoping Apple get early stock of this CPU and put them in an updated Air (the CPUs are rumored for a "Fall" release). Your thoughts?