Developer logs suggest Apple’s long-rumored 15-inch MacBook Air could arrive soon

It's expected to feature an M2 chip.

MacBook Air (M2, 2022) 
 Mac's impending 15-inch MacBook Air will highlight a processor "on par" with the organization's ongoing M2 chip. As per Bloomberg, Macintosh as of late started testing the PC to guarantee its similarity with outsider Application Store applications, something the organization does in the number one spot up to the arrival of another gadget.

Designer logs imparted to the power source show the machine was arranged with a chipset that highlighted an eight-center central processor and 10-center GPU, alongside 8GB of Slam. Those specs recommend the 15-inch MacBook Air, alluded to as "Macintosh 15,3" in the logs, will transport with a M2 chipset, not Mac's cutting edge chip, as a few past reports had proposed. "Greater changes to the Macintosh will come later with the arrival of a M3 chip," Bloomberg's Imprint Gurman notes. The new machine was spotted running macOS 14, which Apple is supposed to declare at WWDC 2023

About the most intriguing point of interest uncovered by the logs is that the 15-inch MacBook Air includes a presentation goal "equivalent" to that of the 14-inch MacBook Ace. That implies the new MacBook Air includes a less thick showcase. It's hazy when Mac intends to deliver the new PC. The organization reported the M2 MacBook Air at WWDC 2022. Gurman recently revealed the 15-inch MacBook Air would show up at some point between pre-summer and this late spring.

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