Apple last year debut the M1 chip, beginning its transition from Intel chips to its custom silicon. The company has launched several products, including the 13” MacBook Air, Pro, and the 2021 iMac. Apple is now working on the M2 chip. According to a new leak, the upcoming MacBook Air will draw power from the M2 chip. Tipster Jon Prosser has shared render images of the alleged MacBook. He further claims that the Apple laptop will come in new colours. Prosser shared a render image of a Blue colour model. The tipster claims that Apple will launch the Air model in more colour options. Let’s take a look at the upcoming M2 Apple MacBook Air design renders, specs, and other details.
Apple MacBook Air with M2 chip, new colour options launching later this year
Apple is gearing up to launch a new MacBook Air later this year. It will feature the new Apple M2 chip and new colour options.
Tipster Jon Prosser has leaked the design render images of the upcoming MacBook. He claims that the upcoming Apple laptop will launch with a new M2 chip. The Apple M1 chip successor is expected to come with some performance and efficiency upgrades. He did not dive into the details about the chip but revealed the colour options.
One of Prosser’s sources claims that the laptop will come in a Blue colour option. The design renders shared by Prosser shows the MacBook model in a light blue shade. The colour is very similar to the 2020 iPad Air. Apple could launch the device with a darker Blue colour option found on the 2021 iMac. We can also expect more colour options like Yellow, Green, Silver, etc.
The upcoming low-end Mac is also likely to feature a mini-LED display. Apple debuted the 12.9-inch iPad Pro with a mini-LED display. We can expect more products to feature the display tech that offers better contrast levels and consumes less power.
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