All eyes are on the upcoming M2 MacBook Air, which has been completely redesigned and could be available in a matter of weeks. While the M2 MacBook Pro has started reaching customers, we are learning more about how it performs in various settings.
According to MacRumors, Apple intends to release the new MacBook Air with the M2 chip on Friday, July 15. This means that pre-orders will probably start on Friday, July 8. The new MacBook Air was previously set to go on sale in July, but Apple didn’t specify a time frame.
With a larger 13.6-inch display, notch, attractive appearance and new Starlight and Midnight color options, the new MacBook Air has seen a significant change. MagSafe 3 charging, an improved 1080p camera, two Thunderbolt 3 ports, a Magic Keyboard with Tactile Fn Key, a Touch ID button and other innovations are included with the laptop.
Compared to the similar M1 model, the base M2 MacBook Pro’s 256GB storage variant has significantly slower SSD read/write rates.
Actual testing conducted by Blackmagic’s Disk Speed Test program and YouTube channels Max Tech and Created Tech showed that the 256GB device’s read and write speeds are about 50% and 30% lower than the previous models.
A new HomePod with an S8 chip similar to the Apple Watch Series 8 is one of the next Apple devices that Gurman says is in the works.
Unlike a new HomePod becoming smaller, Gurman claimed that the new HomePod would be identical to the original model in terms of size and audio quality. He added that the modified HomePod will have a display above the speaker, perhaps with multi-touch capabilities.
Long-running reports said Apple was developing its own 5G modem for the next products, but analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said this week that Apple’s efforts have so far been “failed” and that Qualcomm is working on a new version of the iPhones. The company will continue to be the modem provider. 2023.
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