Apple’s 15-inch MacBook Air to arrive soon
According to Bloomberg, Apple’s next 15-inch MacBook Air will include a powerful CPU “on par” with the company’s existing M2 chip. The tech behemoth has already begun testing the laptop for compatibility with third-party App Store apps, as is customary in the run-up to the debut of a new product.
According to the logs provided with the publication, the laptop had an eight-core CPU, a 10-core GPU, and 8GB of RAM. According to these specifications, the 15-inch MacBook Air, dubbed “Mac 15,3” in the logs, would be fitted with an M2 processor rather than Apple’s next-generation CPU, contrary to prior claims.
Larger improvements to the Mac are likely later, with the release of an M3 processor, according to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman.
The logs also showed that the 15-inch MacBook Air will have a display resolution “equal” to that of the 14-inch MacBook Pro, implying that the next MacBook Air will have a less dense display.
It is worth mentioning that before launching any new gadget, Apple normally does thorough testing, which includes analyzing the hardware and software compatibility with a variety of apps. Apple appears to be doubling down on offering a powerful yet inexpensive laptop to the market, one that is ideal for a variety of everyday chores, with the new MacBook Air.
Furthermore, the next MacBook Air is projected to use macOS 14, which will be introduced at WWDC 2023. This next version of the operating system is expected to include a number of new features and upgrades, increasing the user experience on Apple’s devices even more.