A new MacBook Air is in Apple’s development pipeline, according to hit-or-miss leaker Jon Prosser. Mark Gurman, a well-known prolific Apple leaker, has recently confirmed that the MacBook Air will be completely redesigned.According to MacRumors, the famous wedge form that has come to embody what the Mac laptop has been known for will be replaced with a more flatter design similar to the newly announced 14- and 16-inch MacBook Pro computers. Because the MacBook Air is Apple’s consumer-oriented laptop line, it’s expected to arrive in a variety of colours to match the Apple Silicon-based 24-inch iMac.
With the announcement of Apple’s new silicon last week, it doesn’t appear that the company has any other significant events scheduled for the rest of the year. The remainder of Apple’s Apple Silicon range is set to arrive next year, which promises to be an exciting period for the company.
Aside from the physical exterior, hardware from the 2021 MacBook Pro will also transition over to this redesign. With the introduction of mini-LED, or Liquid Retina Display XDR, making its first appearance in the Mac line last week, it will now also appear in the MacBook Air. Although it remains uncertain if the MacBook Air will also receive the dynamic 120 Hz refresh rate in the display panel, the screen upgrade to traditional LCD/LED to mini-LED will be a welcomed addition. Akin to the 24-inch iMac, it seems the bezels around the display will also be “off-white” in color instead of the traditional black. At this time, it is uncertain if the MacBook Air will receive a prominent notch like the new MacBook Pro line.
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