Report Reveals 15-inch MacBook Air Release Window, M2 Max Care Count

 Apple is working on a 15-inch MacBook Air and a new 12-inch MacBook, according to Bloomberg, citing sources familiar with Apple's plans. The sources also revealed details regarding the M2-family chips coming to Apple's pro-MacBook professional computers.

The 15-inch Air can use the same overall design because the 13.6-inch MacBook Air was unconcealed at the company's WWDC keynote on Monday. meaning an ultra-thin design with no tapered edges, plus a screen notch and a keyboard with operate keys and touch ID. The laptop is expected to use an equivalent m2 processor like the one found in its smaller sibling.

The new laptop could arrive as soon as spring of 2023, the sources say. They also say Apple is working on a 12-inch MacBook {that could|that would|that might} arrive in late 2023 or early 2024—but that one is far enough out that Apple could still abandon its plans.

While it's not entirely clear who a 12-inch laptop would be designed to serve, the 15-inch one might fill an obvious gap in Apple's lineup for users who need a larger screen but don't would like or wish to spend close to $3,000 for the very best level of performance.

But Bloomberg's sources also have news for those who do wish for the fastest MacBook. New iterations of the MacBook pro with chips based on Apple's second-generation m2 could arrive as soon as this fall, but they may slip into early 2023. after they arrive, though, they will offer dilated cousins to the m2 just like the previous models did with the M1 Pro and M1 max chip.Bloomberg's sources also note that Apple is testing a mac mini and mac professional models, but do not go into detail regarding the products.

In the meantime, Apple's 13.6-inch MacBook Air is anticipated to start shipping next month, a minimum of a full month when the product's unveiling at WWDC. The delay is said to the wide reportable world provide chain constraints.

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