This October, Apple will be launching a new MacBook Air. If reports are to be believed that the Apple is all set to launch the latest edition to iPad 5, MacBook Pro as well as the iPad mini 2.

So what’s in store?

Apart from launching the latest editions of its iOs devices, Apple has also started selling redesigned units of the 11-inch MacBook online which was released mid-2013. With its series of launches, it finally looks as if Apple is heeding to its consumers’ demands who have been complaining for a long time about the famine that had hit product releases from the tech giant.

The online store of the tech major is now selling the refurbished MacBook Airs. They started selling three months after Apple announced the 2013 MacBook Air family. Apple also seems to have worked on stock configurations, allowing buyers to buy their chosen MacBook Air at the online store. It has not yet been announced by Apple whether it will also introduce a refurbished edition of the 13-inch MacBook Air.

The Intel Haswell processor in the MacBook Air promises a battery life that lasts almost the entire day. The MacBook Air is also packed with 4GB RAM cache.