In the spring of 2023, Apple will Release its Biggest 15.5-inch MacBook Air

A few months ago, Apple released the updated MacBook Air with the new M2 chip. Apple also increased the display size from 13.3 inches to 13.6 inches, which is a more than welcome addition. According to a well-known analyst, Apple will introduce a new MacBook Air with a 15.5-inch display in the spring of 2023. To read more information on the subject, scroll down.

A 15.5-inch MacBook Air with the same design as the current 13.6-inch model is anticipated to go on sale in the spring of 2023.

Analyst Ross Young predicted in a tweet that production of the 15.5-inch MacBook Air panel would start in the first quarter of the following year. If the report is accurate, the display size will fall between the 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro models. Additionally, it will have the largest display of any MacBook Air model that has so far been made available.

Not for the first time, information about the larger MacBook Air has surfaced. Ross Young claimed that Apple would release a larger MacBook Air with a 15.2-inch screen. The design and feel of the 15.5-inch MacBook will be identical to that of the 13.6-inch model. If the design is the same as the current model, the device will have flat edges, a bigger trackpad, a keyboard with function keys, and other features. The gadget will also have an improved front-facing camera and speaker in addition to a Magas charging port.

The new M2 or M2 Pro chips from Apple may be used in the 15.5-inch MacBook Air in terms of performance. The device will be very portable thanks to enhanced performance and a larger battery. Be aware that Apple might save the mini-LED display for the MacBook Pro models that support Promotion.

Folks, this is all there is to it. Would you like to see the current MacBook Air model in a larger size? Post your comments to let us know what you think.

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