MacBook Air Coming in 2022 Also Rumored to Feature Notch Design

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Apple Developing a Whole New Kind of MacBook Air

Apple is believed to be working on a completely new, high-end version of the MacBook Air, according to recent reports.
Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, who often reveals accurate insights into Apple’s plans, has repeatedly discussed the company’s work on a high-end MacBook Air. Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo and leaker Jon Prosser have also referred to a similar MacBook Air model.
The high-end…

Leaks Expose Redesigned MacBook Air With Even Thinner Design and Colors

Apple is working on a radically redesigned version of the MacBook Air, featuring an even “thinner and lighter” design, multiple color options, and changes to almost all aspects of the machine, according to recent reports. Leaker Jon Prosser recently revealed renders purporting to accurately represent the next-generation MacBook Air.
Prosser said that the design of the ‌MacBook Air‌…

New MacBook Pro Could Have a Notch, Says Sketchy Last-Minute Rumor

Apple’s redesigned MacBook Pro models could feature a notch containing the webcam, according to a sketchy last-minute rumor that is circulating online.
MacRumors’ render of a next-generation MacBook Pro with a notch. The rumor appears to have originated from a Weibo user in China, who stipulates that the redesigned MacBook Pro will feature a notch. It apparently has a size “similar to iPhone…

Kuo: Redesigned MacBook Air With Mini-LED Display and Several Color Options to Launch in Mid 2022

Apple plans to launch a new MacBook Air with a mini-LED display and several color options around mid 2022, analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said today in a research note obtained by MacRumors. These details line up with previous rumors about the new MacBook Air from sources like Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman and YouTube tech personality Jon Prosser.
A colorful MacBook Air concept shared by Jon Prosser Kuo said …

Kuo: Redesigned MacBook Air With Apple Silicon to Enter Mass Production in Third Quarter of 2022

Sunday September 26, 2021 11:34 pm PDT by Sami Fathi

Apple plans to begin mass production of an upcoming redesigned MacBook Air featuring an updated, more powerful Apple silicon processor in the third quarter of 2022, Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said today in a research note obtained by MacRumors.
Kuo has previously stated that the new MacBook Air will feature an entirely new design, including a mini-LED display and a more powerful Apple…

MacBook Pro Display With Notch Shown in Alleged Photo Leak

Following a sketchy rumor that claimed the next MacBook Pro models could feature a notch at the top of the display, an alleged photo of a MacBook Pro with a notch was shared today by Weibo account AnyTurtle999, as spotted by Twitter account DuanRui. A close-up view of the alleged notch at the top of the image appears to show a FaceTime camera, microphone, and an ambient light sensor for…

Don’t Buy a MacBook Pro Right Now

New MacBook Pro models are expected to be announced on Monday at Apple’s “Unleashed” event, bringing some of the biggest improvements to the product line to date, including some surprising changes, so any prospective MacBook Pro buyers should wait for the new devices to come out.
According to our full feature breakdown aggregated from our coverage from a wide range of sources, including…

Images Reveal Colorful New MacBook Air Design

Apple’s next MacBook Air will feature a completely new design and come in a range of colors like the 24-inch iMac, according to leaker Jon Prosser, who has now released supposedly accurate renders of the new machines based on leaked images.
In a new video uploaded to YouTube channel Front Page Tech, Prosser elaborated on his previous prediction that Apple’s next-generation MacBook Air models …

Deals: Amazon Takes $149 Off 2020 MacBook Air Models, Starting at $849.99 for 256GB

Amazon today is offering the 512GB M1 MacBook Air for $1,099.99, down from $1,249.00. This is a match of the all-time low price on this model of the 2020 MacBook Air, and it’s available in Gold and Silver.
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