Apple MacBook Air 2022 Design Renders Leaked with Notch Display, MagSafe Connector
New design renders of the upcoming MacBook Air, expected in early 2022, have been revealed by Jon Prosser and Ian Zelbo. When it comes to an official release, the 2022 MacBook Air will take its sweet time, and these fresh renders may aggravate users even more than before. Dylandkt, a leaker with a good accuracy rate, revealed a host of details about the upcoming 2022 MacBook Air. Importantly, Dylandkt's details corroborated most of what Jon Prosser had revealed earlier. Apple is rumoured to be working on a cheaper laptop with a notched display. The new MacBook is expected to include a new design and a variety of colour options compared to the iMac 24 inch. Rumour also suggest that Apple will be using white bezels on the MacBook Air with a notch display.
Apple MacBook Air 2022 Design Renders
It is believed that because the M2 processor is likely to be extremely energy-efficient, it will not have a complex cooling system, allowing Apple to lower the MacBook Air's thickness. According to the renders, the future model may also contain a MagSafe connector, as well as one Thunderbolt 4 port on each side. Unfortunately, these Thunderbolt 4 ports are not expected to support eGPUs, as Apple left that functionality out of the MacBook Air models for 2021. Talking about the MagSafe, the wires for the MagSafe not only join in an aesthetically beautiful manner, but they also unclip with a minimal amount of force. This means that if a stray charging cord is tripped over, your expensive new laptop will not tumble to the ground.
According to a prior report, the forthcoming MacBook Air will be delivered in the middle of 2022. This laptop will have a 1080p webcam, a USB-C port, a 30W power adapter, and no fans, just like the new MacBook Pro.
Those eagerly anticipating its arrival should not expect it to begin shipping until the end of the year, as the MacBook Air is expected to enter mass production in the third quarter. One explanation for the delay could be the time it takes to finalise the design for mass manufacturing, as well as obtaining a sufficient supply of M2 chipsets and mini-LED panels, both of which are difficult to come by.
Dylan anticipates a “slight” increase in Apple's beginning price point. The 2020 MacBook Air is currently available for $999, which is half the price of the New MacBook Pro.
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