In October, Apple is expected to launch new MacBook Pro models with the M1X processor. In all likelihood, a new MacBook Air will not be included – it will probably not arrive until 2022.
IPhone 13, Apple Watch Series 7 and the new iPod mini – Apple is one of the events that took place in mid-September The full range of new products was offered. Even better at the October event, what was expected for the WWDC is now possible New MacBook Pro models with M1X processor were provided desire. The newly designed MacBook Air should not come until the summer of 2022.
At least consider the famous Apple analyst Ming Xi Guo. According to Guo, There are macromersMass production of the new MacBook Air with the new, faster Apple Silicon processor is set to begin in late 2022 or early third quarter, i.e. June or July, 2022. In addition, Guo agrees with others, such as Bloomberg’s Mark Kurman or YouTuber John Brozer, that the new MacBook Air generation should not only be more powerful, but also more colorful.
As planned Redesigned T MacBook Air Kurman had already released a statement in a high-profile edition in January. Accordingly, the already slim notebook should become even thinner and get the MaxSafe connection. Additionally, the port should have two USB 4 ports, but the SD card reader is not as expected with the MacBook Pro. Apple can further compact the air by reducing the edge around the display on the 13-inch model. There is also talk of a flat-edge case like the MacBook Pro. Apple may also add a 15-inch version of the Air in its range.
Kuo predicted that the upcoming MacBook Air Mini in August would appear with an LED display, which Apple introduced with the iPad Pro (2021). Show on YouTube what the MacBook Air will look like in the future Images created by Prozer. Like the iMac 24, the display should have white bezels and a newly redesigned white keyboard. A total of seven color options are accepted.
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