Last year, the first MacBook Air with Apple’s own M1 chip appeared. The successor promises to be amazing, but it will take a long time to come. This refers to the famous Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.
MacBook Air completely refurbished
There is enough reason to look forward to the next stage MacBook Air, write Apple monitors Jon Prosser and Mark Gurman. Earlier this year there was a file iMac 2021 24″ With a fresh design and a very diverse color palette. Air may soon appear in the same color options as this iMac: green, yellow, orange, pink, purple, blue, and silver.
The MacBook Air will also have a thinner, lighter design and an improved small LED display. In terms of connections, there are two USB-4 ports and a MagSafe connector with which you can magnetically click the charging cable into the right place. And last but not least: He got a more powerful Apple processor, the successor to the M1.
MacBook Air 2022 release date: Newer than expected
There’s plenty of good news, and now for the bad news: According to Kuo, it’ll be a while before you can buy the brand new MacBook Air. Mass production won’t start until late 2022. Count at the end of the second or the beginning of the third quarter. It may not be in stores for another year. Earlier it was believed to be spring or the middle of next year.
Other new Macs are already on the way
Apple last updated the MacBook Air with the M1 chip last November. The previous design of the MacBook Air has been retained. We’re still expecting new Macs this year — there’s been speculation swirling about a new 14- and 16-inch MacBook Pro and Mac mini. It is already equipped with the M1 successor. But the MacBook Air isn’t around this year. Apple may host one or two more events this fall where new products will be revealed.
Source: Mac rumors
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