A NEW MacBook Air could launch next week, according to tech pundits who have been watching Apple.
Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) will begin live next Monday at Apple Park in Cupertino, California.
Some products will be featured earlier than others at WWDC.
The next generation of iPhone software, iOS 16, is an almost guaranteed launch, while Apple’s VR headset is likely to stay out of the public eye.
Nearly 85% of Apple’s revenue comes from products — and products need to be launched in order to sell.
References to the new 2022 MacBook Air going live at WWDC have been peppered into written and verbal correspondence from and about Apple.
Matt Hanson, TechRadar’s senior computing editor, pointed out the lack of MacBook Airs currently on the market.
“If Apple is planning a new MacBook Air, it could explain why inventory is running dry,” Hanson wrote.
He acknowledged that Apple has been burned by supply chain strains and a lack of inventory doesn’t mean they plan on launching a new product.
But it’s been two years since the last Air launched, and Apple isn’t stalling on innovation.
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In this regard, Apple insider Mark Gurman broke the news that Apple had tested a successor to the M1 computer chip.
According to Gurman, details about the M2 chips are written in developer logs that have been confirmed by Apple engineers.
Apple could still reveal the engine of the next Macbook Air without launching the device itself.
The Macbook Air has gone through three major revisions – if it is announced at WWDC that it has a new body, the 2022 Macbook Air would be the fourth.
There’s excitement in the air about a brand new line of MacBooks, but there’s no guarantee it’ll fall from the apple tree.
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