Further boosting of Mac sales is possible for later in 2022 with a new MacBook Air


MacBook Pro sales have fueled Apple’s recent surge in revenue.

MacBook Air 2022 may arrive later this year

This isn’t the first time we’ve heard that Apple is working on a new MacBook Air for this year, according to a new report.

DigiTimes claims to have new information about the next updated MacBook Air according to its supply chain sources — insiders in the companies that provide parts for Apple’s laptops.


Sources say that Apple’s MacBook series is a high-end consumer device, but can also be considered an ideal business notebook model because many companies or office workers prefer them. The hot sales of MacBook Pro released in late 2021 have lingered into the first quarter of 2022, with shipment volumes higher than expected; and the new MacBook Air set to launch in the second half of this year is expected to add further sales momentum.”

This year’s MacBook Air is expected to include a 13.6-inch HD display instead of Apple’s existing 13-inch panel, according to a well known source of Apple leaks, Ross Young. A 15-inch Air might be introduced with the 13-inch model in 2023, which would be an even larger step for the corporation.)

Rumors about the next Air Force One have been plentiful.

One of the more credible Apple insiders, Mark Gurman, just chimed in with an update on the expected release date of the upcoming MacBook Air. Recent newsletters from Gurman imply the updated MacBook Air was meant to be released by the end of 2021 but has now been pushed back until the second half of 2022. The M2 chip is said to be used, which makes sense because the next-generation silicon should be available by then.


Ming-Chi Kuo, another well-known Apple leaker, claims that the next MacBook Air will go into mass production in the third quarter of this year, putting it on store shelves in the second half of 2022 at the earliest possible. Indeed, conjecture is now stacking up in support of this theory, and when the separate parts of speculation are taken together, they do appear to be increasingly plausible.

By launching new models later this year, Apple can keep its momentum going with Mac sales, which appear to be doing well at the moment (we may also see a revamped MacBook Pro 13-inch with M2 chip, other rumours have hinted).


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