Forget New MacBook Pro, Apple Has A Bigger Surprise. The new MacBook Pros promise miniLED screens, an upgraded M1X processor, and the removal of the Touch Bar, which could be a welcome move. But that is not all. Waiting for the MacBook Air might be a better idea.
First of all, the redesigned MacBook Air will look completely different. The trackpad surface should feature a more angular design, with the removal of the ‘wedge’ in favor of a flatter and thinner design. There is also a display. In order to keep up with the MacBook Pro, an update is expected by the end of this year that will use a miniLED display. With this update, the screen will have brighter colors and deeper blacks, all while being more energy efficient. By then, it should be possible to resolve the supply issues.
There is also the Apple Silicon processor inside the case, and the hardware inside the case itself. Apple shipped its first silicon processor inside a Mac last year. The processor was used in lower-cost MacBook Pros, a mac Mini, as well as the MacBook Air. These machines are overpowered for most consumers, as well as for many professionals as well, as samples of the M1 processor scored higher benchmarking scores than similar priced Intel hardware.
New MacBook Pro machines will launch at the end of the year with an upgraded M1 processor to go along with 14-inch and 16-inch miniLED screens, and the presumptively named M1X processor is expected to be an improvement over the current M1 processor.
Do you know anything about the MacBook Air that’s coming out? The next-generation M2 processor will be unveiled at that event.
Apple’s MacBook Air will introduce the new design and improved screen, but since this is the second iteration introducing these options, any problems or flaws discovered by users of new MacBook Pro laptops will be used to improve the MacBook Air. Apple’s Mac OS follows the same pattern. Even though it is in beta, its first public version will roll out in late September, possibly along with the new hardware. There is no operating system that delivers flawless performance out of the box, the greatest bugs and flaws usually take a few months to iron out. Launch of the MacBook Air 2022 is just around the corner.
This new design will lead to more performance, more endurance, and greater potential than the M1 generation, which is based on lessons learned from the first generation. Even though these higher-end MacBook Pros will be popular with the professional market, they’ll arrive at the conclusion of one silicon cycle, not the start of another.
During the design phase, tried-and-tested software was utilized and performance was improved. When it comes to MacBooks that will push the envelope in every possible way, you will want to wait for the MacBook Air.