Apple has not confirmed anything officially. But, going by the keynote invite, which reads -- “Let’s take a field trip” and “join us to hear creative new ideas for students and teachers” – it won’t be wrong to guess there would be a student-centric device – something on the lines of the Google Chromebooks and Microsoft Windows 10 S-based machines.
Currently, the cheapest MacBook Air costs Rs 77,200 in India. It comes with 13.3-inch LED screen, Intel Core i5 processor, 128GB solid-state drive and 8GB RAM. The cheaper MacBook Air is expected to be priced between $799-$899, which translates to around Rs 52,000-Rs 59,000.