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New 15-inch MacBook Air reportedly coming quickly

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In response to an analyst, a brand new 15-inch MacBook Air is presently in manufacturing and ought to be launching quickly.

Analyst and well-known respected leaker Ross Younger not too long ago Tweeted out that panel manufacturing for a brand new 15-inch MacBook Air began again in February 2023, ramped up in March, and is predicted to extend even additional in April. In response to Younger, he’s nonetheless uncertain precisely when this new MacBook Air is about to launch however expects them to hit retailer cabinets someday in late April or early Might.

Nonetheless, if we have been going to get a brand new MacBook Air within the subsequent month or so, historical past tells us we’d see that introduced at a Spring occasion, which Apple often runs someday in March or April. This yr, although, it doesn’t seem to be Apple is working a Spring occasion (the corporate doesn’t do one yearly), so which will properly imply we’ll have to attend slightly longer. In fact, contemplating nothing is official or confirmed a couple of new MacBook Air, no one is aware of for certain.

Whereas Apple may merely publish a press launch and launch a brand new Air with out an accompanying occasion, many are speculating that the corporate might choose to attend for WWDC 2023 that’s taking place this June. If that seems to be the case, that may line up properly with Younger’s manufacturing timeline, too.

Plus, this yr’s WWDC is reported to be fairly the thrilling occasion with rumors lining up that we’ll lastly see Apple announce their very own tackle a mixed-reality headset in addition to a brand new Mac Professional with Apple silicon. If that’s true, it might make a variety of sense for Apple to carry onto the MacBook Air to announce it at WWDC.

In fact, that is all nonetheless simply rumor and hypothesis at this level, so be sure that to maintain an eye fixed out, particularly as WWDC approaches this June.

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