As Apple its new MacBook Air With the M2 chip at WWDC in June, it never gave us an exact launch date other than that it’s coming in July.
Now, says MacRumors It has confirmed with a retail source that the new MacBook Air will officially launch on July 15, with pre-orders starting a week earlier on July 8.
This is comforting given previous rumors that the new The MacBook Air may be delayed due to COVID-related plant closures in China. Of course, even if the launch date above is correct, the new laptop could still be in short supply and delivery dates are quickly being pushed back into the future as supplies dwindle, but we’ll know more about that after launch.
The new MacBook Air is a pretty big change from the previous version, with a new design (similar to the design of the 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro) and a 13.6-inch display with thinner bezels.
In addition to the new M2 chip, which offers 18 percent more CPU power, 35 percent more GPU power and up to 50 percent more memory bandwidth compared to the M1 chip, the new Air will feature a new 1080p camera and sound with four Loudspeakers have a system and the new MagSafe power connection.
The new MacBook Air starts at $1,199, but you can upgrade it with more storage and RAM, bringing the price up to $2,499 for the top configuration.
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