Macrumors has published interesting roundup articles about upcoming Apple products. I will ready to buy a new notebook next year, so I reviewed things I would expect and like to see next summer/autumn when the Air series will be updated. Tech Spec SoC: Intel 14nm Broadwell ULT/ULX. The die shrink is expected to provide another 30 reduction in power at the same performance level as Haswell, and would enable a fanless design (ULX). (See also: http://www.anandtech.com/tag/broadwell) Memory: Innovation happened this year. i.e LPDDR. Probably the same 4GB of 1600MHz LPDDR3. DDR4L and LPDDR4 with even lover voltage will not be ready or not supported by the Broadwell, it seems. SSD: Innovation happened this year, i.e PCIe. Probably the same 128GB MLC NAND. Some configurations might include TLS NAND (See also: http://www.anandtech.com/show/5067/understanding-tlc-nand). Battery: Probably no tech improvements, unfortunately. DynaPack supplies the rechargeable battery packs to Apple. Google seems to be dumb on developments that could realistically happen next year. Display: Hopefully we will see long rumoured Sharp IGZO high dpi displays (see also: http://www.extremetech.com/computin...-to-cut-power-consumption-boost-image-quality). Also, I hope that Apple continues using 16:10 aspect ratio displays, and also upgrades the smaller Macbook Air to 16:10 aspect ratio display. Inputdevice: It might happen that there will be fingerprint sensor under the trackpad (See also: http://www.fastcompany.com/3017587/will-apples-fingerprint-sensor-come-to-macbooks) Design, size, weight Taking into account the possible tech spec, I would also expect and like to see a redesign of the then 4 year old product. In brief, I would like it to be more designed around portability. Low power components like Broadwell ULX and IGZO display would enable more smaller, thinner and lighter design without compromising (much?) performance and battery life. Moving to ULX would also better differentiate Air and Pro machines both with high dpi displays. The redesign would in my perfect world also include decreasing the hideously giant bezel. What do you think we can realistically expect?