Apple said it plans 12″ MacBook, 15″ MacBook Air and 14.1″ iPad Pro for releases in 2023 – Vidak For Congress

A few reports published today may reveal Apple’s 2023 laptop and iPad lineup. If true, big changes are coming. Literally big: Apple is rumored to be building a 14.1-inch iPad Pro and a 15-inch MacBook Air.

Both reports come from sources with an excellent track record. Ross Young unveiled the 14.1-inch iPad news todayand Mark Gurman of Bloomberg published a detailed report detailing the details of the 15-inch MacBook Air, along with a potential release schedule for Macs powered by the unannounced M2 Pro and M2 Max chipset.

According to Young, the upcoming giant iPad will have a MiniLED display powered by Apple’s ProMotion display technology. This claim is in line with an earlier report stating that the 14.1-inch iPad Pro would be powered by the M2 chipset and would come with 512GB of storage and 16GB of base memory. Likewise, the M2 chip is also coming to the smaller versions of the iPad Pro.

Rumor has it that the MacBook Air will also grow in size. According to Gurman, Apple plans to release the largest version of the MacBook Air yet in the spring of 2023. The company has apparently previously shelved an earlier 15-inch version of the MacBook Air to focus on the 13.6-inch announced earlier this week at Apple’s 2022 developer conference. Gurman’s report says Also that Apple is building a new 12-inch laptop and is aiming for a release in 2023 or early 2024. If released, it would be Apple’s smallest laptop since the discontinuation of the 12-inch MacBook in 2019.

New high-end MacBook Pros are expected to hit the market in late 2022. These notebooks are expected to be powered by upgraded versions of the M2 chipset, likely the M2 Pro and M2 Max. Since this product line has been relaunched, few changes are expected outside of the new processor.

Earlier this week, Apple held its annual developer conference, where the company unveiled a host of new products, including the M2 chip, a redesigned MacBook Air, and new versions of its desktop and mobile operating systems.

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