According to previous reports, the Macbook Air 2022 would have a notch and a variety of color options, similar to the Macbook Pro versions. According to a new source, Apple plans to release the Macbook Air in September of this year.
The iDropNews story does not say whether the M2 MacBook Air will simply have a white notch or if it will match the color options available later in the year. An unidentified source released a leaked photograph of the device with LeaksApplePro, which matches the renders previously shared. This indicates that we have a good concept of what the next Macbook will look like.
The unnamed source requested that it not be made public, but admitted that it would not be surprising if it was.
According to other speculations, the M2 MacBook Air would have a 13.6-inch display, up from the usual 13.3-inch due to the decreased bezels. Despite the presence of a notch at the top, the forthcoming MacBook Air will not include the much-anticipated Face ID capability, however, the design modification suggests that it may be added in future models.
Analyst Ross Young had previously predicted a 13.6-inch display, as well as the inclusion of a 14.2-inch model to the lineup. According to Young, both models will be devoid of mini-LED or ProMotion technologies, but this is a necessary trade-off in order to keep the M2 MacBook Air affordable.
Furthermore, other rumors claim that the forthcoming Macbook Air will be equipped with Apple’s latest custom-built M2 CPU, which would provide a minor performance boost over its predecessor.
Given that the manufacturer has yet to announce the device’s spec sheet or debut date, we advise you to take all of these speculations with a grain of salt.