According to a colorful new leak, your Apple MacBook is about to become quite drab.
APPLE could be getting ready to release a brand-new MacBook Air with a brighter design and more functionality. Here’s what we’ve learned so far.
We were blown away by the MacBook Air when it was released at the end of last year…
The design had nothing to do with it. The first model to arrive with Apple’s custom-designed M1 CPU was the model that hit shop shelves worldwide in the last few months of 2020.
The MacBook Air was twice to three times faster than the previous generation because to this system-on-a-chip, which also improved battery life. It was truly remarkable. The same custom-designed M1 can now be found in the current MacBook Pro, Mac mini, and iMac, which is unsurprising. The design of the current MacBook Air model, on the other hand, was a major flaw.
While the performance and battery life were greatly improved, the design remained similar.
That was a little disappointing. Apple, on the other hand, appears to have realized its blunder. The Californian firm is rumored to be working on a completely new design for its slimmest laptop.
Jon Prosser, who presents the show FrontPageTech on YouTube and has a pretty good track record when it comes to leaks, has given us an unofficial look at what he believes will be the forthcoming overhaul. The colors are the first thing you’ll notice about the photos, which are high-resolution renders based on information obtained by Prosser.
Apple is rumored to be adding color to the MacBook Air lineup, following in the footsteps of the freshly revamped iMac. Blue, peach, silver, purple, yellow, green, and orange finishes are shown in the photographs given by Prosser. The keyboard appears to be programmed to flip from black to white, in addition to seven bright colors.
Apple is rumored to be considering fitting its brightly colored new laptops with a white keyboard, similar to the white borders found around the screen on the new-look iMac. This will undoubtedly divide opinion, but it should create a striking contrast to the versions now on the market. If you’re worried that people won’t notice you’ve upgraded, the glare from your bright-white keyboard should enough.
Next, according to the photos given by Jon Prosser, Apple is planning to abandon its iconic wedge-like form. The laptop’s base will remain unchanged, rather than having a tapered appearance. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”