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Highly Anticipated 15-inch MacBook Air coming at Apple’s WWDC 2023

On June 5, Apple will hold its eagerly awaited WWDC 2023 event, at which it is expected to reveal iOS 17, watchOS 10, and a plethora of additional improvements. Alongside the larger 15-inch MacBook Air, the company is also anticipated to unveil its rumored augmented reality headset.

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Even though the event is geared towards developers and new software, Apple also feels the need to introduce new hardware during the event. The larger 15-inch MacBook Air is expected to go on sale at WWDC 2023, and it has been revealed today that Apple’s suppliers are increasing production of the device. For additional information about the topic, scroll down.

A 15-inch MacBook Air could debut at the WWDC event

According to Morgan Stanley’s Erik Woodring, Apple supplier Quanta Computer plans to increase notebook output in the second half of this year compared to the previous year. According to the expert, the production is linked to the new 15-inch MacBook Air, which Apple plans to unveil at its highly expected WWDC event in June. This isn’t the first time fans have heard information about the larger MacBook Air.

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image 472 Highly Anticipated 15-inch MacBook Air coming at Apple's WWDC 2023

Mark Gurman revealed in his Power On email last month that Apple planned to announce a 15-inch MacBook Air at its WWDC presentation. According to Gurman, Apple will unveil the machine alongside key software updates like iOS 17, and watchOS 10, among many more. He also indicated that the company’s AR Headset will be released alongside the new MacBook.

What to anticipate is that the M2 chip will initially power the 15-inch MacBook Air. The processor might have the same core arrangement as the 13.6-inch model. This means that you can anticipate performance that is comparable to the MacBook Air’s current model. The machine’s design is also anticipated to be identical to the existing model. At the debut, the business wants to place more emphasis on the device’s size than on its design, which will have its own advantages.

image 473 Highly Anticipated 15-inch MacBook Air coming at Apple's WWDC 2023

The larger chassis will allow the 15-inch MacBook Air to have a larger battery and screen. This indicates that the machine is going to able to operate for several hours longer compared to the 13.6-inch model. Everyone must wait till Apple releases the device’s specifications in order to conduct an in-depth comparison because there are few details at this time. The larger MacBook Air will have a notched display as well, much like the current model. The manufacturer may add some distinctive features as Apple has the final say.

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