Report: Apple’s updated MacBook Air powered by M2 is still available in a few months
Apple is rumored to have a refreshed and redesigned MacBook Air in the works, and while we originally expected it to arrive in the first half of this year, we’re now being told it won’t happen. Watch the second half of 2022 instead, we’re told.
Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman is the narrator this time, writing in his weekly Power On newsletter. According to Gurman, Apple’s updated silicon version of the MacBook Air was expected to contain an M2 chip and appear in the first half of 2022. This machine was supposed to come with “an entirely new design, MagSafe, the M2 chip, and more.” , but now it looks like we’ll have to wait until later in 2022 before the new machine is announced.
Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo recently pointed out a new MacBook Air to come to the cours du deuxième or du troisième quarter de cette année, mais ils ont I reversed the trend in disant qu’il vendrait avec une puce M1 plutôt qu’un M2 mis up to date. In any case, we will have to wait and see.
Predictions for the new MacBook Air in 2022:
1. Mass production at the end of 2Q22 or 3Q22
2. CPU: M1 microprocessor
3. Without mini LED screen
4. All new form factor design
5. More color options
— 郭明錤 (Ming-Chi Kuo) (@mingchikuo) March 9, 2022
Coming back to Gurman, the Bloomberg reporter also thinks we won’t see a new refreshed MacBook Pro until next year, at least when it comes to the higher-end 14-inch and 16-inch versions. These are already the best Macs for people who need portable machines, but since the M2 chip isn’t likely to arrive until later this year, the M2 Pro and M2 Max variants probably won’t be announced until 2023.
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