Now exactly what we’ve been hoping for from Apple – a bigger MacBook Air is on its way too

Now exactly what we've been hoping for from Apple - a bigger MacBook Air is on its way too

We’ve been talking about a bigger iPad Pro for a while, and now that iPadOS 16 has paved the way for multitasking on the whiteboard, it’s a good idea to make more space.

Finally, a larger iPad Pro is on the way

We thought it would have been cool if it was an inch from 15, but now it’s a common 14.1, which is also a huge upgrade from 12.9.

It makes sense to release an operating system that can take advantage of this large screen to fix all errors and omissions before introducing new hardware

It is supposed to be launched next year. Mark Gurman previously said he believes in a bigger iPad Pro, and now Ross Young, a panel expert, says the iPad Pro will be launched with miniLED and ProMotion next year, possibly early next year. Information comes from production channels.

The 11″ and 12.9″ upgrade with M2 chips will be released later this year.

MacBook Air comes with 15, maybe this year

The M2 chip that it will be equipped with will definitely give it incredible power. The only question now is whether the design remains unchanged or revamped like the new MacBook Air M2 that will be launched next month.

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Speaking of the MacBook Air, another rumor is up in the air: that there will be a MacBook Air with a 15-inch panel in the spring of 2023. It’s Bloomberg’s Gurman who reported this in a recent report.

The plan was to present the larger model at WWDC 2022, but it chose to focus on the smaller model. Production problems in China are likely to be the cause, and even the smallest model cannot be traded until next month.

New MacBook Pro with M2 coming soon too

At the same time that the Apple Air should offer a larger, they should offer a smaller laptop of 12.

The last time Apple showed such a small laptop was in 2015, and before that it was also one of the 11.6. The problem with this model was the weak keyboard (yes, it was from that time) and poor performance – at least compared to the M1 and M2.

For the MacBook Pro with the M2 Pro and M2 Max, this is coming towards the end of the year or early next year. These residues are only upgraded when the design is upgraded.

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