Rumored 15-Inch MacBook Air Being Stockpiled As Launch Nears

Apple and its suppliers are reportedly stockpiling the rumored 15-inch MacBook Air ahead of what is expected to be a June 5 launch.

The Mac laptop is thought to be in line to be unveiled at the WWDC23 event that will kick off on that date.

There have been rumors of a 15-inch MacBook Air for months now and Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman had already suggested that a WWDC launch was in the cards. Now DigiTimes reports that suppliers are stockpiling units ready for the big day.

We aren’t expecting any big differences between the current 13-inch MacBook Air and the new, larger version beyond the bigger display. Inside, the same M2 chip is expected to be available with multiple configurations offered — likely with differing numbers of cores.

On the outside, the 13-inch MacBook Air has a 1080p FaceTime camera in a notch as well as MagSafe 3 and two Thunderbolt 3 ports. It’s likely that we can expect much the same from the new 15-inch model.

WWDC is expected to be a big one for Apple this year. The rumored Reality Pro mixed reality headset is expected to debut during the event, while we are also expecting to see new software for the iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple Watch, and Apple TV. None of that software is expected to be released to the public until this fall, however.

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