Sorry for the delay in news as I was quite busy the past few days. Apple's iPhone is the big news at the moment, but before giving that too much attention we should look at the fact that Apple isn't always the best seller in all it's departments of products.

In a previous post we had talked about how the Macbook Air is long overdue for a refresh and no signs of that yet, it doesn't even seem close to some speculators because of the fact there seems to be no shortage of the current model in stores. The Macbook Air at the moment is very badly priced when comparing it's specs and what you get, for a machine that offers minimalist ports and only around 120gb Hard drive for over $1000 is a joke. No wonder it doesn't seem to sell well because you can get more bang for your buck if you purchase a Macbook Pro instead or even a Macbook given the fact they aren't as light you still get more for a cheaper cost. With no refresh yet, the Macbook Air might be coming to an end for Apple. I don't think I will get a Macbook Air even after the refresh because like Apple always does it might not be a huge refresh only minimalist with a price drop of just a bit and maybe a little bit of a case change because in order to keep it really thin they can't really change the design all that much, making it even thinner will cause the loss of more ports. Tell us whether you guys are thinking of getting a Macbook Air and if so why or why not?

The other Apple product which is long overdue for a refresh is the Apple 30" Cinema display, there is already a newer 23" display which does get a decent amount of sales. But Apple might want to drop the price on the 30" to accommodate more sales. To be precise the last time Apple had updated the 30" Cinema Display was around 3 years and that means there definitely will need to be an update soon. We don't the Apple Cinema Display disappearing just yet because Apple still wants to keep their market in the monitor sector as well. Tell us your thoughts on the Apple Cinema Display. :D

Thank you for reading today's post, stay tuned for more updates in the future.

SAN FRANCISCO - JANUARY 15:  Apple CEO and co-founder Steve Jobs holds up the new Mac Book Air after he delivered the keynote speech to kick off the 2008 Macworld at the Moscone Center January 15, 2008 in San Francisco, California.  Jobs introduced the wireless Time Capsule backup appliance, iTV 2 and the new ultra thin laptop MacBook Air.  (Photo by David Paul Morris/Getty Images)
SAN FRANCISCO - JUNE 28:  Apple CEO Steve Jobs poses with the new 30-inch flat panel display as he delivers the keynote address at the 2004 Worldwide Developers Conference June 28, 2004 in San Francisco, California. Jobs announced the 2005 release of OSX Tiger and a new line of flat panel cinema displays including the first 30-inch model designed for the personal computer.  (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)