Given that Apple was content to launch new models of Macbook Pro at Monday’s event, it will probably be until next year before we see an upgrade of the sibling model Macbook Air.
Macrumors has compiled a summary of what we can expect from the next Macbook Air, based on the latest reports from analysts and experts.
Among other things, it is said that there will be talk of a new design without the classic wedge shape that has been around since 2010. This in turn means that there is room for more doors, including the much-appreciated Magdafe connector.
There is much to suggest that we get to see the same kind of miniled screen that is found in the new models of Macbook Pro and unfortunately a so-called flip is placed at the top with space for the webcam.
According to some rumors, we also get the opportunity to choose from a number of different colors, namely blue, green, pink, silver, yellow, orange and purple.
On the inside, there is talk of a more powerful processor that may be named M2. The code name is “The State” and the idea is that it should have as many processor cores as its predecessor M1. However, the number of graphics cores may increase.
The current model of Macbook Air was launched in November 2020, but it is highly uncertain when the successor will be launched. Apple usually organizes events in March, June and September, so in the worst case it can take another 11 months.