Almost every user on the planet will find the 13-inch MacBook Air to be an excellent choice. This is not the case, however, for those who work in video editing and gaming. However, for many people, a 13-inch display is insufficient, which is why new leaks now point to the 15-inch MacBook Air. The new MacBook Air, which will be released in 2023, will have a 15-inch display and a new design in addition to upgraded internals, according to the company.
Apple is working on a 15-inch MacBook Air, according to Ross Young, display analyst at Display Supply Chain Consultants. It could be larger than the 13-inch MacBook Air, which is expected to be released with Apple’s M2 processor. Young isn’t the first person to suggest this, but there haven’t been many similar reports. Let us remind you that Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman proposed a large-screen MacBook Air a long time ago.
After the 2020 model launch, the 15-inch MacBook Air may get a design and capability upgrade. The new M1 chip is used in the current 13-inch MacBook Air, which has a slightly updated design from 2018. According to the rumours, the Air will have a design inspired by the MacBook Pro, with flat edges, new colours, and a notched display.
Apple may use the M1 chip for the next MacBook Air refresh in 2022, according to multiple leaks. Other rumours suggest that the new Air will use the M1 chip with minor improvements. It is clear that Apple will be able to make a number of significant announcements at WWDC 2022.
For the time being, Apple’s favourite chip is the M1, which is found in many of its Mac and iPad models. On March 8, Apple unveiled the new iPad Air Gen 5 with the M1 chip, which supports 5G connectivity and provides a tonne of performance. The M1 Ultra chip was also introduced by Apple for its Mac Studio.