In October, Apple will introduce new Macbook Pro models with the M1X processor. In all likelihood, a new Macbook Air won’t be included – likely not until 2022.
iPhone 13, Apple Watch Series 7, and the new iPad Mini—Apple has one at its mid-September event A full range of new products introduced. In the still pending October event, the expected events of WWDC . are now likely to be New Macbook Pro models introduced with M1X processor will. The newly designed Macbook Air shouldn’t come until the summer of 2022.
At least that’s what famous Apple analyst Ming Chi Kuo assumes. According to Ko, macrumors exists, mass production of the new Macbook Air with Apple’s new and faster silicon processor is scheduled to begin at the end of the second quarter or the beginning of the third, that is, in June or July 2022. In addition, Kuo agrees with other insiders such as Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman or Youtuber Jon Prosser on That the new Macbook Air generation should not only be more powerful, but also livelier.
to the chart Macbook Air redesign Gorman had already made a statement in January in a development release. Accordingly, the already thin notebook should become even thinner and receive Magsafe connection. Additionally, there should be 2 USB 4 ports on board, but no SD card reader as expected with the Macbook Pro. Apple can also make the air more compact by reducing the bezel around the screen on the 13-inch model. There is also talk of a case with flat edges similar to the Macbook Pro. Apple could also include a 15-inch version of the Air in its lineup.
Kuo also predicted in August that the upcoming Macbook Air could appear with a small LED display, which Apple introduced with the iPad Pro (2021). What might the future Macbook Air look like, show on behalf of the Youtuber Prosser made photos. Similar to the iMac 24, there should be white bezels around the screen and a newly designed white keyboard. A total of seven color options are accepted.
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