Technical analyst Ross Young knows all about monitors. Now he wants to know about Apple’s release plans for the 15-inch MacBook Air.
May or June? Maybe until April?
We first heard rumors of a larger plane last summer, and now it’s catching fire. Leung believes that mass production started in February, increased in March, and now Apple has increased production again this month – why? Because they are supposed to release it late this month or early May. Let’s say this is overly optimistic. In that case, the next big opportunity is this year’s WWDC on June 5th, as is the case with last year’s MacBook Air M2.
Apple needs to take a hit now that Mac sales are underperforming in the first quarter of this year compared to the same period last year.
Mark Gurman also thinks such a machine is on the way:
Gurman also hears there will be “about” three new Macs between spring and summer. There are also interesting machines: the MacBook Air, this time for the first time with a 15-inch display, the Mac Pro with the same design, but with Apple’s own chips and the updated MacBook Air 13.
ITavisen, 5 March 2023
Larger screen designed for Air M2
There’s nothing to make us think the device won’t be decked out in the same design as the MacBook Air with an M2 chip (we can’t rule out the M3, but then Apple also has to upgrade the 13-inch, and we haven’t heard anything about that yet). Even with a larger screen, this device should still be thick enough to house a somewhat larger battery.
Besides the new MacBook Air, the biggest focus is of course the VR/AR headset that Apple leakers, analysts, and experts have been talking about for many years. Bloomberg journalist Mark Gurman believes Apple will precisely introduce the headset on June 5, while noted Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo is somewhat cautious.
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