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Macbook Air 2022 will likely be at WWDC in June

Macbook Air 2022 will likely be at WWDC in June


In a few weeks, Apple is expected to present a new Macbook Air at the Worldwide Developers Conference.

The first rumors about the new Macbook Air are still circulating

Appeared in May 2021
. At that time, John Prosser presented the first images of the upcoming air show. The new computers are supposed to be flatter and more colorful, and there weren’t much more details, except maybe the keyboard would be white. Just over the year, other analysts and leakers have added some substance to Prosser’s color photos: the new Macbook Air

It should come in 2022, maybe more in the second half
. The new device must be the same

The notch has been preserved in the screen like Macbook Pro 14 and 16 inch
Magsafe should also be there. However, there are conflicting reports about the potential chip: the M2 should be there immediately, but Ming-Chi Kuo predicted that a month ago

That Macbook Air is still sticking to the M1 version
. After all, Apple actually has three more variants to choose from: Pro, Max, and Ultra.

Bloomberg’s Mark Gorman is now speculating on when the new Mac will arrive. So there is a fairly high probability that many Macs will be presented at WWDC,

Including the new generation Macbook Air
. We can check whether this is true or not in a few weeks: Apple is closed

WWDC Keynote on June 6
invited. In Germany on Easter Monday again, in the United States it is a normal working day. The keynote will traditionally begin at 19:00 CEST, and we’ll be announcing the live stream as usual.

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Presenting your own hardware at the developer conference is nothing new: in 2020, Apple introduced the development kit for its Apple silicon. Well, this device was not something you could easily buy. In 2019, the new Mac Pro and Pro Display XDR were presented at WWDC, and two years ago there were a lot of new devices: the iMac Pro, Homepod, and the new 10.5-inch iPad Pro.