The Upcoming MacBook Air Could Be Powered By M2 Hyperthreading

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According to rumors, Apple plans to unveil two new MacBooks at WWDC 2022. Fresh details concerning a device are now accessible. Apple is expected to unveil a new MacBook Air at WWDC 2022, according to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman. Apple’s newest M2 CPU, according to the informant. M2 chipset is used by certain Apple employees, according to Gurman. The company may unveil a new product at WWDC 2022 upon its return from China.

After the 16-inch MacBook Pro, the next MacBook Air is expected to be revamped, according to rumors. Lower boundaries and a Magic keyboard are predicted in the next generation of MacBook Air. It’s expected that additional information about the laptop will be released as the WWDC 2022 event nears.

Rumors started circulating in March that Apple was working on a new CPU. Compared to subsequent M1 chips, this one was touted as more powerful but also less competent. Apple M2 is a possible codename for this microprocessor. According to 9to5Mac, Apple’s future MacBook may be powered by an M2. the M2 chip has been codenamed “Staten,” and it will include eight CPU cores as well as ten graphics processing units, according to the source. Using Apple’s A15 Bionic chipset, the Apple M2 will power the iPhone 13 series.

Rumors said that Apple might launch a 13-inch M2 MacBook Pro. The newest 13-inch MacBook Pro is designated by the J493 gadget. Apple was said to be working on a more expensive MacBook Air the year prior.

For WWDC 2022, the event is scheduled to take place from June 6 to 10. The event is highly anticipated by all Apple fans, as well as developers. In addition to its Swift Student Challenge, Apple also offers a Swift Playground software creation competition. Candidates that are chosen will get a badge set, as well as access to the Apple Developers Program.


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