According to reports, MacBook Air 15-inch may join the 13-inch model in 2022. Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, and display specialist Ross Young have all hinted at a new Apple laptop.
According to reports, the MacBook Air 15-inch will be larger than any MacBook Air ever produced. The new notebook is scheduled to launch in spring 2023 with the Apple M2 CPU and maybe the M2 Pro.
Date and price rumors for MacBook Air 15-inch
The 15-inch MacBook Air should launch in spring 2023, according to Mark Gurman (via MacRumors). Ming-Chi Kuo predicts a new 15-inch MacBook in 2023’s second quarter. Display analyst Ross Young also predicts a 2023 MacBook.
Recent rumors don’t mention the MacBook Air’s price. Given its size, it should cost more than the MacBook Air 2022. We expect the MacBook Air 2022 to cost $1,399 or $1,499 more. MacBook Pro 14-inch costs $1,999 and 16-inch costs $2,499.
15-inch MacBook Air
The 15-inch model will be bigger than the 13.6-inch model. The latest laptop may be 15.2 inches. This would make it 0.2 inches smaller than the original 15.4-inch Macbook Pro. Thin bezels like MacBook Air 2022.
MacBook 2022 screen
The new laptop should have flat corners and a function key row like the 13-inch Air. The 15-inch laptop should offer a 1080p webcam, improved speakers, and MagSafe charging. We didn’t expect the Pros’ SD card slot or HDMI port.
The new MacBook Air may have a 500-nit Retina display like the 13-inch. Mini-LEDs will certainly remain a MacBook Pro feature.
MacBook Air specifications
Mark Gurman reports the 15-inch MacBook Air will have the M2 chip from the 2022 13-inch MacBook Pro. Ming-Chi Kuo said Apple is developing a 15-inch MacBook M2 and M2 Pro.
Rumors concerning the MacBook Air 15-inch have just began swirling. Therefore, there isn’t much to read. The MacBook Air 2022 wowed us, so we’re eager about a 15-inch version.
The M1 CPU family has served its time, so we’re not shocked the 15-inch MacBook Air will have the M2 chip. Could there be an M2 Pro version? We can’t confirm, but it’s a possibility. We’re also curious about the M2 processor’s CPU and GPU cores. A 10-GPU core like the MacBook Pro 2022 would be amazing