According to the latest rumors, Apple would be working on a new generation of MacBook Air in two different sizes: 13 inch and 15 inch – both with a chip M3. Furthermore, the company would also intend to present an update of the MacBook Pro 13 inch.
MacBook Air with M3 chip, 13 and 15 inch dual version
The new 15-inch MacBook Air has been in the air for some time. But after Sunday’s Bloomberg report calling MacBook Air updates “imminent,” we knew that at least one of the new models would have the M3 chip.
According to 9to5Mac’s sources, the new MacBook Air 13-inch (model J513) is already in the works with the M3 chip. And it will come along with a brand new release from 15 inch (code J515)which will also have the M3 chip.
So it seems that the 15-inch model will have the same chip M3 entry-level del nuovo MacBook Air by 13 inches. The chip will have a 8 core CPU just like M1 and M2. At present, there is no evidence that any version of the new MacBook Air will feature more powerful versions of the M3 chip, such as the M3 Pro.
Apple also plans to update the 13-inch MacBook Pro with its latest Apple Silicon chip. Codenamed J504the new The entry-level MacBook Pro will also have the same 8-core M3 chip as the new MacBook Air.
It also seems that Apple is about to launch a new one iMacthe company’s all-in-one desktop will receive an updated model this year with the M3 chip.
Although some sources report a launch as soon as April, according to 9to5Mac and its sources it seems likely that the new MacBook Airs will both arrive for June at WWDC. In any case, it seems that spring could bring a new Apple Silicon chip and several new things to the Apple world.