If you’re holding back treating yourself to a new laptop computer since you’re awaiting the 15-inch MacBook Air, the wait may practically be over. That’s since it looks significantly most likely that Apple will reveal its most current brand-new device throughout the WWDC23 occasion.
That unveiling is anticipated to happen throughout the WWDC23 opening keynote which will begin on June 5 which now looks most likely to be the special day that will see the biggest-ever MacBook Air break cover.
That’s according to a brand-new report by somebody who has actually shared other information about what we can anticipate from the WWDC23 occasion, consisting of the statement of more hardware– the AR/VR headset believed to be called Truth Pro
MacBook Air, coming quickly
That report originates from Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman who was composing as part of the weekly Power On (opens in brand-new tab) newsletter. He was discussing the different software application updates that we can anticipate to launching throughout the occasion consisting of iOS 17 and watchOS 10 prior to including that we can likewise anticipate brand-new hardware also.
” As part of watchOS 10, the business is preparing to restore widgets and make them a main part of the user interface,” Gurman stated when discussing the next huge Apple Watch software application upgrade. “This brand-new technique will debut at WWDC in June, along with the unveiling of iOS 17, macOS 14, the 15-inch MacBook Air, and, naturally, the much-anticipated mixed-reality headset.”
When It Comes To the 15-inch MacBook Air, Apple is anticipated to provide the device an M2 chip while there is likewise the possibility of an M2 Pro being provided. There was some recommendation that Apple might utilize a brand-new M3 chip, however that isn’t now believed to hold true.
No matter what chip is utilized a 15-inch MacBook Air practically immediately ends up being the very best Mac for a great deal of individuals thanks to the big screen and most likely competitive rates compared to the effective however pricey 16-inch MacBook Pro