Apple’s next WWDC 2023 event on June 5 is expected to introduce a new 15-inch Apple MacBook Air laptop. According to the MacBook Air leaks, Apple’s in-house M2 SoC (system-on-chip) drives the latest MacBook Air 13 and is expected to power the rumored MacBook Air 15. During the upcoming event, Apple is expected to introduce iOS 16 and iPadOS 16 for iPhones and iPads. The Apple mixed-reality headset could possibly make its debut at WWDC 2023. Apple might also present an OS (operating system) specifically designed for the AR/VR headset.
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Mark Gurman, a well-known Apple expert and contributor to Bloomberg, first reported the development in his Power On newsletter. Gurman does not mention details, but the MacBook Air 15 will likely resemble the current MacBook Air 13 with an M2-powered processor.
That suggests the forthcoming MacBook Air 15 might have a metal body and a non-touch LED screen. The laptop may have a native resolution of 2560×1664 pixels and 500nits brightness despite having an LED display panel. Wi-Fi 6 networking capability and an enhanced 1080p FaceTime camera could also be added to Apple. Apple might consider incorporating a larger battery with faster charging capability due to the size and shape of a laptop.
Given that the next model is said to have a 15-inch screen, the price may significantly increase. Currently, the M2 SoC and 256GB SSD MacBook Air 13 cost Rs. 1,19,900. The most expensive model has 512GB SSD and costs Rs. 1,49,900.
MacBook Air leaks rumors about the MacBook Air 15’s likely release at WWDC 2023. Gurman previously reported similar information. Additionally, he stated that several Mac PCs are planned for this year. Aside from the MacBook Air 15, Apple may also release an upgraded 13-inch MacBook Air, a 13-inch MacBook Pro that is more affordable, a refreshed 24-inch iMac, the first Mac Pro with in-house processors, and an updated high-end Apple MacBook Pro.
The mixed-reality headgear, however, will be the event’s main attraction. Anticipated as xrOS, the headset’s name is unknown. The first-gen model is expected to cost over two lakhs. MacBook Air leaksApple dominated the smartphone market and killed the iPod with the iPhone. The business will next develop stylish AR headgear to replace iPhones.
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