MacBook Air

MacBook Air with M2 may launch on July 15

The new MacBook Air colors

Apple made a hardware announcement at this year's Worldwide Developers Conference, debuting the first look at the redesigned MacBook Air. Of course, the other hardware element was the debut of Apple's new M2 chip, which powers the new machine. Unfortunately for folks who want the new laptop, it's been a bit of a waiting game as Apple plans to launch the laptop sometime in July.

M2 MacBook Air wallpaper inspirations

At WWDC 2022, Tim Cook and team announced the all new MacBook Air. The new, thin form factor boasts a Midnight blue color way that seems inspired by iPhone. Sized to be even smaller, the new design has 20% less volume than the previous models, at less than .5 inches thin. The hidden upgrade is an all new M2 Apple silicon chipset. With the new marketing materials come incredible, M2 MacBook Air wallpaper and these inspired designs for iPhone.

Apple may launch OLED MacBook Air and iPad Pro models in 2024

Any given year, there are a variety of different rumors swirling around at any given time regarding upcoming products from Apple. But this year, and especially right now, it certainly feels like the rumor mill is bursting at the seams regarding devices the company is working on. Especially in the laptop category.

At least one analyst is skeptical about that rumored 12-inch MacBook

Is Apple going to launch a brand new 12-inch laptop sometime in the near future? It's certainly a possibility, in the sense it's Apple we're talking about and they can basically do whatever they want when it comes to launching new hardware. And there are certainly plenty of rumors out there suggesting just that. But at least one analyst isn't so sure.

Pro users, do you customize your Apple hardware with color or stickers?

It hasn't happened yet, but word on the street is that in the very near future Apple is going to launch a brand new, redesigned MacBook Air. One of the talking points is that the new design will drop the tapered shell that Apple has used since the MacBook Air's debut. Another, though, is that Apple is going to add some color to the lineup.