Report says Apple releasing redesigned M2 MacBook Air on July 15, pre-orders starting July 8
According to a new report, Apple is said to be releasing its highly-anticipated redesigned M2 MacBook Air on Friday, July 15, with pre-orders for the machine beginning the week prior on Friday, July 8.
The information comes via MacRumors and cites a “retail source” with knowledge of the launch.
Announced at WWDC alongside the next-generation macOS update – macOS Ventura, the all-new MacBook Air boasts Apple’s latest M2 chip. It comes in four finishes — silver, space gray, midnight, and starlight, boasting a larger 13.6-inch Liquid Retina display, MagSafe charging, a 1080p FaceTime HD camera, four-speaker sound system, up to 18 hours of battery life, and more from $1,199 (US) and $1,099 (US) for education.
“Built from the ground up around M2, MacBook Air has an entirely new design that is remarkably thin from every angle,” says Apple. “It measures just 11.3 mm thin and is only 2.7 pounds, and features a durable, all-aluminum unibody enclosure that feels incredibly solid and is built to last. This thin and light design integrates its components so efficiently that it results in an astonishing 20 percent reduction in volume.”
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