According to analyst Ross Young, Apple is preparing an early April release for the upcoming MacBook Air M3 with a 15.5-inch diagonal. Rumors about this future Apple laptop are multiplying and its launch is becoming clearer, even if we have to take a step back from the situation. Especially since another expert, Ming-Chi Kuo, has slightly different predictions.
In fact, various rumors point to a forthcoming launch of the MacBook Air M3, after a successful MacBook Air M2, but decidedly too expensive. Last month, a hint mentioned a release in the second half of the year with the arrival of the new M3 chip. This time, it’s DSCC analyst Ross Young, who specializes in the display industry, who says Apple could launch its next laptop. beginning of april».
Coming soon a new MacBook
As indicated 9to5Mac Ross Young said On twitter that production of the displays started this month. The tweet is not publicly accessible, but only to its “Super Follows“, as specified by the English-speaking medium that reports the information.
He says it could be a carbon copy of last year’s 13-inch MacBook Air, just with a larger chassis to accommodate the 15.5-inch screen. Enough to offer two sizes for your laptop”the least expensive”, although the diagonals have increased over time. Indeed,9to5Macremember that “Apple used to offer the MacBook Air in two different screen sizes, 11-inch and 13-inch.».
We can also expect a MacBook Air with a 15.5-inch display with thinner borders: as a reminder, the so-called “13-inch” model has been increased in 2022 from 13.3 to 13.6-inches, while keeping the same size.
On the other hand, the expert Ming-Chi Kuo, often knowledgeable or inspired by the manufacturer’s plans, thinks that it will not be a MacBook”Airbut only a MacBook. For him, it wouldn’t even be a laptop with an M3 chip, but rather M2 and M2 Pro chips. However, he still thinks the MacBook Air M3 will be available, in just 13 inches.
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