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 MacBook Air 2022 Pics Leaked Renders Before WWDC

MacBook Air 2022 Pics Leaked Renders Before WWDC

MacBook Air 2022 pics leaked? MacBook Air 2022 speculation has been ramping up, and today’s emergence of a render showing the laptop’s new look adds fuel to the fire.

The design of the MacBook Air 2022 appears to have been completely reworked, with a wedge-shape replacing the tapered style of previous Air models. There have also been rumours of a 2022 release date, based on the disclosures.

MacBook Air 2022 pics leaked

A 2.9-pound weight is predicted, along with a 13.6-inch mini-LED retina display, a new keyboard similar to the MacBook Pro, USB Type-C and Thunderbolt connections, a wide range of colours, up to 2TB of storage and 20 hours of battery life on the highest setting. No mention of HDMI or SD card ports has been made thus far.

MacBook Air 2022 pics leaked

The Apple M2 chip, which potentially have eight cores, will also be integrated in the laptop. Because of this, the GPU and CPU will be more efficient, making it less powerful than the M1 Pro and M1 Max.

Since Apple hasn’t confirmed any of these speculations, they should be treated with caution.

Analyses: What is currently known

There are numerous leaks and rumours about the MacBook Air 2022, despite the fact that it hasn’t been officially revealed yet. Furthermore, evidence from Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman himself lends validity to the aforementioned leaks.

There’s still a chance, albeit remote, that the laptop will make a debut at the WWDC event in early June 2022, which will take place after the Apple “Peek Performance” event on March 8. Although Apple had originally expected to release the next Air model by year’s end or early in 2022, the company was unable to meet that timetable, says Gurman.

However, it appears that the rumour mill is certain that Apple will not be releasing MacBook Pro 14-inch or 16-inch variants this year. However, it’s probable that a redesigned 13-inch variant will be released this year.


The release date

There have been rumours about a new MacBook Air as early as 2021, but that hasn’t materialised yet. However, it is clear that this is not a new idea for the Apple team.

New MacBook Airs are expected to be presented at Apple’s WWDC keynote on June 6, which is the next scheduled event for the company. The new MacBook Air could make a debut at WWDC, but that’s a long shot right now. Instead, the new MacBook Air is expected to be released in the autumn of 2022.

This is based on Ming-Chi Kuo’s September 2021 forecasts. He also tweeted (below) that Apple will begin mass production of the new MacBook Air in late second or early third quarter of 2022. However, despite Kuo’s prognosis, an autumn launch seems more likely.

According to Kuo, the new MacBook Air will use an M1 chip instead of the M2 that has been widely reported to be included in the new model. We’ll go into more detail about the processor later on.

MacBook Air 2022 pics leaked


New MacBook Air models will be positioned as a higher-end version of the present models, according to the Bloomberg story from January 2021.

Here are the latest prices for the MacBook Air.

  1. It has an 8-Core processor, a seven core GPU and a 256GB SSD. $999/£999
  2. 8-Core CPU and 8-Core GPU in the M1 MacBook Air, with 512GB SSD. $1,249/£1,249
  3. Expect a drop in price for current models if Apple introduces a new MacBook Air, which would imply that the entry-level MacBook Air would cost £849/$899 while the new model, with its new look, would cost £1349/$1399.
  4. A new, more “cheap” MacBook Air is expected in 2022, according to Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities. Starter prices in this scenario could be lower than the current 999 GBP (or 949 USD).

MacBook Air versus MacBook Pro?

When Jon Prosser originally posted speculations about the upcoming MacBook Air revamp, he stated that his sources hadn’t confirmed that it was a MacBook Air, which we assume for the sake of this piece. If the rumoured Mac laptop turns out to be true, it will bring back a kind of laptop that was previously phased out by Apple in 2019.

The 13-inch MacBook Pro could be replaced by a new MacBook, which could also be a replacement for the MacBook Air. The line-up would be much easier to manage if this were to happen. Currently, there are two MacBook Airs, two 13-inch MacBook Pros, two 14-inch MacBook Pros, and three 16-inch MacBook Pros in the lineup. The 13-inch MacBook Pro is a terrific machine, but should it be compared to the 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pros? In addition, we’ve compiled a list of MacBook Pro 2022 rumours.

MacBook Air 2022 pics leaked


There has been speculation about an upcoming revamp of the MacBook Air that will result in it becoming lighter and thinner for months. According to Jon Prosser, a source who previously reported that Apple would be launching iMacs in a number of colours back in 2021, Apple is working on a new MacBook Air with an all-new design in a wide range of colours. Read: A brightly coloured MacBook is on the way.

Ian Zelbo (RendersbyIan) was tasked by Prosser with creating pictures based on the details provided by the source concerning the new MacBook Air. According to him, they had a great deal of data to work with

According to Prosser’s knowledge at the time, the May 2021 renderings were accurate.

Prosser also disclosed that the MacBook Air’s famous tapered design will no longer exist. A USB-C socket is only a fraction thicker than a flat design, thus there will be two versions of the case.


New MacBook Airs will be thinner and lighter while preserving the present 13.3in screen size, according to Mark Gurman in a Bloomberg report from January 2021. He proposed that Apple reduce the size of the bezels around the screen in order to accomplish this.

The MacBook Air’s current measurements are 11.97″ x 8.36″ x 0.16-0.63″ (or 30.41cm x 21.24cm x 0.41-1.61cm).

As far as dimensions go, the MacBook Air’s narrowness could be affected. Many will be expecting for HDMI or a built-in card reader, despite the rumours that the original wedge shape would be scrapped in favour of extra ports.

The 15-inch MacBook Air is now available. In January 2021, Bloomberg reported that Apple was considering a 15-inch MacBook Air, but decided against it.

Rumors about a 15-inch MacBook Air 2022 pics leaked surfaced just over a year later

The identical rumour was resurrected. Display Supply Chain Consultants (DSCC), whose CEO Ross Young predicts that Apple will release a 15-inch MacBook Air in 2023, will provide a quarterly report on the state of advanced IT display shipments and technology.

However, this will not be the first time Apple has offered a 15-inch MacBook, as the 15-inch MacBook Pro was marketed until 2019. It’s also not the first time Apple has offered two different sizes of the MacBook Air; an 11-inch model was available earlier.


Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said in March of 2021 that Apple would release a new MacBook Air model with a mini-LED display in 2022.

This appears to be the case. The new MacBook Pro and iPad Pro versions already include mini-LED screens. Improved colour reproduction and blacker blacks are achieved by using Mini-LED screen illumination.

Displays with mini-LEDs have the following advantages:

  • The blackest of the blacks
  • Richer and more vibrant hues
  • Contrast is more noticeable
  • OLED’s burn-in difficulties are no longer an issue.
  • Utilizes less power.
  • enabling the development of goods with reduced thickness and weight
  • Some people would like to see a Mac with a touch screen, especially now that iOS apps can run on Macs with M1 CPUs. Is there a Mac with a touch screen in the works? However, be prepared for disappointment.

MacRumors discovered a tip from Chinese leaker Ty98 that suggested the MacBook Air will include a notch for its front-facing camera, after the announcement of the new MacBook Pro’s screen notch.

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Q1: Is there no new MacBook Air scheduled for release in 2022.

Instead, the new MacBook Air is expected to be released in the autumn of 2022. This is based on Ming-Chi Kuo’s September 2021 forecasts. He also tweeted (below) that Apple will begin mass production of the new MacBook Air. In late second or early third quarter of 2022.

Q2: What’s the name of Apple’s new MacBook Air 2022 pics leaked?

Since the MacBook Air M1 arrived two years ago, the MacBook Air 2022 is the most anticipated new MacBook. While the performance was excellent, it was clear that the design was beginning to show its age. This is wonderful news, because it appears. That the new MacBook Air M2 will receive more than just an energy efficiency bump.

Q3: Is there going to be a new laptop from Apple in 2022?

According to Ming-Chi Kuo, an Apple analyst, a new MacBook Air. With a mini-LED display and a fresh look would be available in mid-2022. New MacBook Air expected to be released in late 2021 or early 2022, according to a Bloomberg article.

Q4: Is the MacBook Air’s 256GB SSD sufficient?

If you’ve already decided to buy a MacBook Air, the 256GB SSD is likely to suffice. 256GB should be more than enough storage for your media files, whether they be photos, movies, or music.

Q5: Is MacBook Air Touchscreen? 

While touchscreens have been widely accepted by Chromebook and Windows PC manufacturers, Apple has yet to do so

Q6: What is the Special thing in Apple Products?

Pricey. All Apple goods, including the Macbook, have unique characteristics, but the cost is always an issue. Restrictions on hardware upgrades and storage space. Poor computer skills

Jennie Marquez

Jennie Marquez

Jennie B. Marquez is a TV presenter, writer, and video producer. Also, Khaleesi, despite the fact that she does not legally control any land, army, or dragons. Yet.
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