MacBook Air is one of the most interesting and popular laptop in the Apple store, and there has been talk for some time about the upcoming line of these devices. An official announcement for this line of laptops is expected soon, but so far we have not had more information about what the approach to their industrial design will be.
Now, the first photo of the upcoming Apple MacBook Air laptop for 2022 is available, which gives us some information related to the design of this device. To begin with, different lines are noticeable, which are most noticeable on the lower edge of the device, which can be seen in the photo. Of course, this laptop is known for its thin contours and light weight, and now the lower edges are additionally rounded, which gives an even stronger impression of a thin laptop.
In addition, it is expected that the Apple MacBook Air will get some of the features found in the MacBook Pro and 24-inch iMac, but for now it is not known exactly what that could be. According to rumors, the weight of the new Apple MacBook Air should be only 1.3 kilograms, which is really impressive, especially considering the technical characteristics that are expected from this device.
In addition, there are strong indications that Apple will present its new MacBook Air in several different colors, which means that a slight deviation or premium silver laptops are being made to give users more variety when choosing the look of their computer.
According to some unofficial information, this laptop will have a 13.6-inch mini-LED display, which should provide excellent performance. In addition, a redesigned keyboard is expected, which should be similar to that on Apple MacBook Pro laptops. computers, as well as the M2 chipset that has not yet been presented to the public, reports WCCFTech.
Lastly, this laptop should provide users with 20 hours of autonomy with up to 2TB of storage space. As for the release date, it could be October, that is. a traditional iPhone event organized by this company.
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