Many have called for the iPad to be more similar to the MacBook. That, however, isn’t Apple’s vision for mobile, portable computing.
At WWDC22 Apple announced new 35W dual charging power adapters featuring USB-C alongside the new MacBook Air.
To nobody’s surprise, Apple unveiled a new MacBook Air with the M2 SoC at WWDC 2022. The laptop takes a page from the MacBook Pro design book.
Co-founder and CEO of DSCC Ross Young took to Twitter this morning to make some bold predictions about the new MacBook Air. Ming-Chi Kuo backed many of his ideas.
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Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo’s latest prediction points to a 15-Inch MacBook that won’t be a MacBook Air at all, but part of a new lineup.
Among the rumors swirling around Apple’s product plans, we see the possibility of a 15-inch MacBook Air coming in 2023.
Rumors are circulating that a new MacBook Air will be announced in 2022. No new MacBook Pro models are expected until 2023, though.
Rumors are circulating that Apple is working on a new MacBook Air as well as a new MacBook Pro. Which chips will be used is also debated.
A recent filing with a Eurasian regulatory agency reveals three new Mac model numbers ahead of Apple’s first major event of 2022.
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It’s time for the 13-inch MacBook Pro to be put out of its misery. No M2 chip. The end. That’s the view of Macworld Contributing Editor Samuel Nyberg. When he outlines what this would mean the Mac lineup looks like in 2022, it’s hard to disagree.
If the choice is between a ‘good enough’ MacBook with M2 and modern design, or an absolute monster with M1 Pro/Max and a 14in screen, who would choose a tired old MacBook Pro 13in? A device, moreover, with a Touch Bar, a five-year-old design, and no MagSafe. We know Tim Cook is an expert at saving money when he can. The iPhone had basically the same design for four years (from the iPhone 6 to the iPhone 8), a design that now lives on in the iPhone SE. Reusing the same old chassis, the same old components, is a great way to save development and manufacturing costs for Apple. Cook would certainly like to squeeze a few more years out of his old MacBook Pro 13in design. But how about swallowing the stinginess and showing some pride in Apple’s products instead?