If you’ve complained about the loss of the 15-inch MacBook Pro in 2019, there’s good news on the horizon. According to a new rumor, Apple will bring back the classic screen format in 2023.
Except it’s not in the MacBook Pro. According to the Quarterly Advanced IT Display Shipment and Technology report from Display Supply Chain Consultants, Apple is working on a larger MacBook Air, which is on track for release in 2023. The report follows a similar rumor from Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman more than a year ago. past.
Ross Young, CEO of DSCC, who has an extremely accurate track record with display predictions, told 9to5Mac that the new 15-inch model will be a variant of the MacBook Air that will not replace the current model. It’s not clear which processor the new model will have, but based on Apple’s silicon cadence, it will likely have an M2 chip.
Apple is expected to release a redesigned Mac Book Air with an M2 processor later this year. Ross doesn’t dispute that report, though he says Apple plans to expand the display to something bigger, but still smaller than the 14-inch MacBook Pro.
Steve Jobs introduced the 15-inch Titanium PowerBook as a One More Thing announcement at Macworld San Francisco in January 2001, and a version of it remained in the lineup until the 16-inch MacBook Pro replaced it in late 2019.
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