Apple’s WWDC 22 Worldwide Developers Conference kicks off next week at 1 a.m. on June 7, and it’s one of Apple’s biggest events of the year. There are only a few days left until WWDC 22 when the new MacBook Air is expected to be unveiled. According to well-known journalist Mark Gurman, the new MacBook Air is not expected to have a colorful color scheme similar to the 24-inch iMac. The new product will still use a similar color scheme to the previous product, with three color options space gray, silver, and gold.
Gurman said previous reports of colorways for the new MacBook Air seemed “exaggerated” and he wasn’t expecting too many colors. Apple may, however, release his favorite blue colorway.
It was previously rumored that the new MacBook Air would feature off-white bezels and off-white keyboards, similar to the 24-inch iMac, so some are expecting a similar colorful case.
The next-generation MacBook Air will have “more color options,” but he didn’t provide specifics or specific information on color options.
In addition, the new MacBookAir is expected to carry the M2 chip. However, Ming-Chi Kuo believes that the new notebook will continue to use the M1 chip, and Apple will take the new design of the notebook as its main selling point.
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