According to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, Apple intends to reveal the long-rumored new MacBook Air at Monday’s WWDC. However, there is a catch.
Although the new machine is scheduled to debut on June 6, Gurman warns that if prior plant closures in China caused a significant supply and release date gap, the release might be delayed if it “wouldn’t make sense” to introduce it at WWDC.
Gurman said on Twitter over the weekend, “The new MacBook Air has been scheduled to unveil at WWDC.” The only way it wouldn’t make sense to announce it on Monday, in my opinion, is if the China plant shutdowns caused such a supply and release date gap.
The rumours about the new computer coming out in a variety of iMac-like hues were “exaggerated,” according to Gurman, who also noted that the basic space grey, silver, and gold colours on the current machines are likely to continue with the addition of blue.
According to reports, the 2022 MacBook Air will be the first Mac to use Apple’s new “M2” chip, which has a more powerful 10-core GPU and an eight-core CPU similar to the M1 chipset in the 24-inch iMac.
The upcoming MacBook Air, according to leaked information from Jon Prosser, may include white bezels, MagSafe charging, a notch similar to that on the MacBook Pro, and other features.
Last year, Jon Prosser revealed his 2022 MacBook Air concepts, which he claimed were based on information from a reliable source who claimed Apple would release colourful MacBook models with “colours for average consumers” and include features like iMac-style white bezels, a new non-wedge design, a white keyboard, and more.