Apple may be working on its 15-inch MacBook Air, and Display Supply Chain Consultants reported this in its quarterly report, and well-known analyst Ming-Chi Kuo corroborates that message.
Apple will launch a new 15-inch MacBook Air next year, DSCC says In its quarterly reportany Viewed by 9to5Mac† This larger variant will be available in conjunction with the 13-inch MacBook Air. According to the DSCC, Apple will also slightly increase the screen of this smaller variant, although the panel will remain tilted between 13 and 14″. The entry-level model will get a “slightly larger” screen next year.
TF Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, known for reporting on Apple, endorses the DSCC report. ko writes on twitter That mass production of the 15-inch MacBook Air will begin in the last quarter of 2023. The 15-inch variant will also use a 30W power adapter, despite the higher consumption of the larger screen. Kuo also suggests that Apple “may” not call the 15-inch laptop a MacBook Air, and it’s not clear what the name of the product is.
It’s not the first time the 15-inch MacBook Air has been mentioned Internal emails from Steve Jobspublished during the lawsuit between Apple and Epic Games, it was reported that the company was studying such a laptop in 2008. Two years later, the company released the MacBook Air, but it had an 11-inch screen. Bloomberg wrote in January 2021 That Apple had once again looked at the 15-inch MacBook Air, but decided not to use it at the time.
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