What would be the release date of the MacBook Air with a 15.5-inch screen

MacBook Air with 15.5-inch screen. (Apple Insiders)

In July of this year, Manzana released a new version of the MacBook Air that included the processor M2 in addition to a series of features that take advantage of the capabilities of the component developed by the company. However, for the 2023 could present a device additional.

According to Apple Insider, there are rumors and information provided by analysts of the company’s products that point to the possible launch of a model of MacBook that would be 15 inches, larger than even MacBook Pro devices that have a 14-inch screen.

However, analysts’ expectations could even exceed previous estimates as analyst Ross Young indicated through a tweet directed to its subscribers of the platform that macbook air that will be seen next year will not have 15 inches, but its screen will have a total of 15.5 inches and it could be launched on the market in the first months of 2023.

Apple's new MacBook would have 15 inches and would go on sale in 2023. (Apple Insider)
Apple’s new MacBook would have 15 inches and would go on sale in 2023. (Apple Insider)

Another estimate regarding the launch of the new model of macbook air is the one presented by the Apple news leaker, Ming-Chi Kuo, who also indicated in Twitter that the device will actually have 15 inchesbut that its manufacture will not begin until the last quarter of 2023.

In addition, the company would be looking for the new design of its laptop does not generate a further increase in Energy and use the same adapter as a MacBook Air. One of the most commented predictions by Kuo is that the new device of Manzana may not have “Air” in its name.

For his part, Bloomberg journalist Mark Gurman indicated that it is possible that the Manzana will have incorporated the M2 chip developed by the company and it could reach the official stores between the year 2023 and 2024.

2023 would be the year in which Apple begins production of its new MacBook.  REUTERS/Mike Segar/File Photo/File Photo
2023 would be the year in which Apple begins production of its new MacBook. REUTERS/Mike Segar/File Photo/File Photo (MIKE SEGAR/)

Although the rumors have not yet found a common point regarding the exact date of the official launch of the new MacBookthey have pointed to 2023 as the possible year in which the device can start its production, so that in the coming months news could be reported regarding the design Y features additional.

Rumors about the features of the iPhone 15

The device of Manzana of which a little more is known thanks to the work of analysts and leakers is the iPhone 15which will be presented next year 2023 and could be made of titanium, at least in its Pro and Pro Max versions.

Ming-Chi Kuo, for example, indicates that this new smartphone will include a chip A17 Bionic to improve the performance and efficiency of the telephone. In addition, this processor will only be present in the Pro and Pro Max versions, while the A16 will be installed in the regular releases.

Chip A16 would not arrive for the iPhone 14. (photo: The Net Net)
Chip A16 Bionic would be installed in the regular versions of the new iPhone 15. (photo: La Neta Neta)

On the other hand, the iPhone 15 they will have to incorporate a port usb type c and Kuo indicates that it is very likely that the iPhone 15 Pro will also have a differentiator in this feature.

These devices would have support for at least USB 3.2 or Thunderbolt 3, which would result in the devices having transfer speeds of data significantly faster.

The new ones iphone which will be announced next year would also be the first models of Manzana that they would not have real buttons, but instead these would be integrated as part of the screen and the device without the need for physical support. According to Kuo, this feature would include two additional Taptic Engines.

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