The new redesigned MacBook Air with the M2 chip was announced last month at WWDC 2022. However, Apple hasn’t said when the new laptop will hit stores, except to say that sales will start sometime in July. Thanks to an Easter egg in one of the MKBHD videos, we now have proof that the launch of the M2 MacBook Air will be very soon.
as such Some viewers noticed itThe MKBHD latest video — a review of the ROG Phone 6 Pro — that may have leaked the MacBook Air 2022 release date. In a quick frame of the video in which Marques shows the calendar widget on the phone’s home screen, we can clearly see the “Apple MBA Briefing” event scheduled for Thursday , 7 July.
For those unfamiliar, Apple is inviting some members of the press for a briefing on the new products days before they hit stores. However, the MKBHD video contains more surprises, as we can also see the “MacBook Air Embargo” event scheduled for July 14 in the calendar.
Last week’s report revealed that Apple plans to launch 2022 MacBook Air in stores on July 15Pre-orders begin a week in advance of July 7. The MKBHD video pretty much confirms that pre-orders for the new laptop will start on Friday with the official launch next week. The first reviews should be published a day before the official release date.
You can watch the video below (where the Easter egg can be seen at 2:26):
MacBook Air M2
The 2022 MacBook Air has been completely redesigned with more streamlined edges, similar to the more expensive 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro — but in a much thinner chassis. The 13.6-inch screen now goes from edge to edge, and it has a notch on top with a 1080p front camera.
Inside, the 2022 MacBook Air is equipped with an Apple M2 chip, which is about 20% faster than the entry-level M1 chip. The M2 also allows the new MacBook Air to support up to 24GB of combined RAM, as well as up to 2TB of storage. In addition to the two USB-C ports, the M2 MacBook Air also has a MagSafe connector for charging.
Besides the traditional silver and gray colors, the 2022 MacBook Air also comes in Starlight (which looks more like champagne) and Midnight (which is a very dark blue).
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