Mark Gurman claims that Apple is testing an unannounced laptop. The tech journalist was able to view Apple log files that show the laptop is running macOS 14 and has a larger screen than the 13.3-inch version of the MacBook Air.
According to Gorman The laptop has a CPU with eight compute cores and a GPU with ten cores. The CPU had four compute cores faster and four more efficient, which corresponds to the number of computation cores of the M2 chipset that Apple introduced in June of 2022. According to the journalist, the yet-to-be-announced device had RAM It had a capacity of 8 GB and was codenamed Mac 15.3.
Gurman was also able to identify the operating system that was on the laptop and that was macOS 14, a version that Apple has yet to officially announce. The latest version of the operating system is macOS 13 or macOS Ventura. The laptop will have the same screen resolution as the 14-inch MacBook Pro, i.e. 3024 x 1964 pixels.
Gurman also reports that Apple plans to update the 14th and 16th models of the Macbook Pro. According to the journalist, it will be updated in the spring of 2024. The American company is also going to update Macbook Air, iMac and Macbook Pro with a 13-inch screen. Apple will also still fix a new Mac Pro that only runs on Apple Silicone.
Mark Gurman’s claims line up with previous rumors about a Macbook Air with a 15.5-inch screen. Ross Young, an analyst at Display Supply Chain Consultants, reported earlier this year that Apple had begun mass production of Macbook Air displays from 15,5 “. TF Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo also confirmed rumors of a new Macbook Air. Gurman expects the arrival of This laptop is from the summer of 2022.
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