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15-inch MacBook Air Rumours- Apple’s Upcoming Ideal Device!

15-inch MacBook Air
15-inch MacBook Air

According to a recent claim, Apple may introduce a new 15-inch MacBook Air. An insider has revealed that the tech giant is working on the larger MacBook Air, which may be released as early as spring 2023. It would be the first time in Apple’s lifetime that a MacBook Air on this site has been made available. Later this year, Apple is anticipated to offer a revamped Mac Book Air featuring an M2 processor. However, the following are all the standard assumptions of specifications and features we might see in a 15-inch Macbook Air.

Rumours: Price and Release date

15-inch MacBook Air Rumours- Apple's Upcoming Ideal Device!

There are currently no credible speculations surrounding the pricing of the 15-inch MacBook Air, so we can only guess based on the current lineup. None of the latest rumours even hint at the price of the 15-inch MacBook Air. The cost of the 15-inch MacBook Air might be $1,499. Apple could opt to charge more if the 15-inch MacBook Air has more sophisticated features and is not just a larger version of the smaller device. It might start as expensive as $1,799 if it is a higher-end model.

According to an Apple analyst, the MacBook Air 15-inch might debut in 2023. According to reports, the tech company had planned to release a 15-inch MacBook Air this year in 2022 but postponed those plans to focus on the other model.


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The rumoured 15-inch MacBook Air from Apple is anticipated to have flat edges and a row of function keys, similar to the 13-inch MacBook Air that debuted in 2022. Instead of a tapered case, the new chassis has a consistent thickness throughout. Thus, it is fragile and thinner than the MacBook Pro but only has room for its USB-C connections. According to rumours, the bezels surrounding the next MacBook Air display would be off-white. They are instead all-black, much like the MacBook Pro. It ultimately appeared more similar to the updated 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro models.

Speculated Features

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In addition to the M2 used in the new MacBook Air, Apple may also offer an M2 Pro option. It seems doubtful that Apple will incorporate an M2 Pro in the 15-inch MacBook Air variant as the laptop is a consumer-grade product. Performance-wise, we can very well assume that the 15-inch MacBook Air will be equipped with an M2 processor. This would again suggest an upgraded thermal design supporting the more powerful CPU. The M2 processor in the MacBook Air 2022 has an 8-core CPU and a 10-core GPU. The specifications of the M2 Pro are unclear to everyone.

With M2, Apple Silicon’s second generation has arrived. After a few years of improvements, this CPU series will probably dominate Apple’s Mac lineup. The Media Engine in the M2 allows for better video editing and makes it up to 18% quicker than the M1. The one-monitor restriction still applies because it does not affect Thunderbolt’s capabilities.

Camera and Ports

Two Thunderbolt ports, a MagSafe connection, and a headphone jack are part of the new MacBook Air. These ports are the same ones utilized in the more prominent 15-inch model. The two Thunderbolt/USB 4 connections can charge the MacBook Air quickly and handle data transfers up to 40Gbps. High-impedance headphones are compatible with the headphone jack. It will also include a 1080p FaceTime camera due to the M2 image signal processor. Although Apple omitted Center Stage, it did add a feature in macOS Ventura that allows the iPhone camera to function as a webcam on the Mac.

Storage and Memory

15-inch MacBook Air Rumours- Apple's Upcoming Ideal Device!

Whatever the case, we anticipate that the 15-inch MacBook Air will provide comparable memory and storage capacities to the current Air. This entails memory options of 16GB, 8GB, and 24GB and storage options of 1TB, 256GB, 512GB, and 2TB.

Other Rumoured Specifications

A flat chassis, lower bezels, a notch, and an expansive trackpad are just a few additional features that the larger MacBook Air 15-inch is expected to feature, like the smaller MacBook Air. Additionally anticipated are function keys on the keyboard, upgraded speakers, a 1080p camera, and a MagSafe port.


15-inch MacBook Air Rumours- Apple's Upcoming Ideal Device!

Apple’s upcoming 15-inch Macbook Air display size seems to be 15 inches. Similar to the 13-inch MacBook Air, the 15-inch MacBook Air is believed to include a 500-nit Retina display. The 15-inch MacBook Air could still have mini-LED. Because there are more light sources and dimming zones with mini-LEDs than with LED backlights, the illumination is more evenly distributed. Though not nearly as effective as OLED, it is still far more effective than LED. Since a premium mini-LED will likely remain a MacBook Pro feature, we don’t expect one.

Does MacBook Air deteriorate with time?

Macs slow down with time, just like Windows PCs do. Every time a new macOS update is issued, your old Mac slows down a little because of the complexity and additional capabilities. Furthermore, your Mac becomes slower the more programs you have installed. Your Mac may also become sluggish from malware.

How long can a MacBook Air last?

Apple would support the OS launched in 2029 until 2032, while most third-party tools used to create the OS’s final version would have support through at least 2035. This implies that, barring any unforeseen hardware faults, you can generally anticipate a Mac to last at least 10 solid years.


The comment that states that the first-ever 15-inch MacBook Air model could debut as early as next spring is where things become interesting. It has been reported that Apple will redesign the MacBook Air, but recent research indicates that it might occur in 2 sizes. Apple is reportedly working on a 15-inch version of the laptop to go along with the 13-inch model, which may also get a slightly larger screen. By reading all the speculations going around, it will be worth buying.

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