Report: 15-inch MacBook Air in Production, April Launch Expected

Feb 13, 2023, 5:28 PM UTC
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Report: 15-inch MacBook Air in Production, April Launch Expected

Apple enthusiasts everywhere have been eagerly awaiting the launch of the company’s latest creation, the 15-inch MacBook Air. With recent reports confirming that the panels for this highly-anticipated device have now gone into production, it seems that the release date may be just around the corner.

The noted analyst Ross Young, who has been following the development of the 15-inch MacBook Air, confirmed through a tweet to his followers that the MacBook Air has indeed entered panel production this month, with an expected launch in early April. This information aligns with previous predictions made by Ross Young and Bloomberg, who had hinted at a spring 2023 launch for the device.

The specifics of the 15-inch MacBook Air are still largely unknown, but it can be assumed that it will be a larger version of the 13-inch MacBook Air, with a similar design and feature set. This would mean that Apple will now offer two different screen sizes for the MacBook Air, with the option of either a 13.6-inch or 15.5-inch display.

Another analyst, Ming-Chi Kuo, has reported that the 15-inch MacBook Air may not be branded as such, and instead, simply referred to as a “MacBook”. This device is rumored to be available in M2 and M2 Pro configurations, with the latter being a more powerful version of the MacBook Air.

In addition to the larger MacBook Air, there have also been rumors of a 12-inch MacBook in the works. However, this device is not expected to launch until the end of 2023 or early 2024, giving Apple fans plenty of time to save up for the latest and greatest from the tech giant.

The announcement of the 15-inch MacBook Air’s panel production and expected launch date in early April has generated excitement amongst Apple fans and tech enthusiasts alike. With its larger display, the MacBook Air is set to provide a more immersive computing experience for its users.

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