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Apple Working On A New Version Of The MacBook Air, Powered By M2 Hyperthreading

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Apple may announce two MacBooks at WWDC 2022, according to reports. Now, fresh information about one gadget is available. Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman says Apple will release a fresh MacBook Air at WWDC 2022. The tipper believes the device will use Apple’s latest M2 CPU. Gurman learned that certain Apple personnel use the M2 chipset. The corporation may debut a novel device at WWDC 2022 after recovering from China lockdowns.

According to reports, the next MacBook Air will be redesigned after the 16-inch MacBook Pro. The next MacBook Air is expected to include lower borders and a Magic keyboard. As WWDC 2022 approaches, more facts regarding the laptop should emerge online.

WWDC 2022 will run from June 6-10, 2022. Apple also hosts its Swift Student Challenge in which competitors must design a Swift Playground program. Selected candidates will receive WWDC-themed apparel, a badge set, plus Apple Developers Program participation.

When March rolled around, rumors began to circulate that Apple was hard at work developing a new processor. This chip was said to be more formidable than the first M1 but less capable than the variations that were released later. This chip may be dubbed Apple M2. 9To5Mac said Apple’s upcoming MacBook might use an M2 processor. The source went on to assert that the M2 chip has the codename ‘Staten’ and that it would come equipped with 8 processor cores as well as ten graphics processing units. The Apple M2 microprocessor will be centered around Apple’s A15 Bionic, which drives the iPhone 13 range.

The same rumor said Apple would offer a 13-inch M2 MacBook Pro. The J493 gadget bears the designation for the latest 13-inch MacBook Pro. The year before, a rumor said Apple is preparing  a more pricey MacBook Air.

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