Kuo: Apple’s 2022 MacBook Air will feature a new design and an M1 chip.

MacBook Air will feature a new design and an M1 chip: Apple was anticipated to unveil new MacBooks at the Spring event last week.

 However, it did not happen. But that does not mean we won’t see the next MacBooks in 2022. 

New leaks have surfaced that suggest the 2022 MacBook Air with some modifications. This is what the leak points out.

2022 MacBook Air Details Leaked

The famous analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has taken to his recently-launched Twitter account and revealed details regarding a forthcoming MacBook Air model we are likely to see in the coming year.

The MacBook Air will come with a brand new design; this is something we’ve heard previously. 

The new design is expected to be more affluent toward the MacBook Pro form factor, which means it won’t have tapered sides.

We’re not sure what the outcome will be. Apple will go with a notch form factor for their Air model, similar to what it did with the previously revealed MacBook Pro.

It is also believed to come with an M1 chip. If you don’t recall the past, it was once thought to include the unannounced Apple M2 chip. 

The company, however, unveiled its top-of-the-line M1 Ultra processor on Wednesday.

Kuo has also revealed that she also told that MacBook Air (2022) model would not have an LED display in the mini size as opposed to that of the Pro model. 

This could be a decision to keep the two models slightly different from one another to keep certain features for the premium MacBook Pro portfolio.

There is also a report to be it is also reported that the brand new MacBook Air will feature multiple colors similar to what Apple offers in its standard iPhone models, and even those of the iPad Air models. 

In addition, production is expected to begin in the second quarter of 2022 or the third quarter of 2022.

 So, we may get to witness it at the Apple event in September.

Additionally, Apple is expected to unveil the brand new Mac Pro (which it announced yesterday), new iMac models, a lower-priced MacBook Pro, and more Macs in the coming year.

 As we’re yet to receive an official launch date for these new devices, we suggest you wait and see if any further details are released. We’ll let you know. So, keep an eye on us.