Apple might introduce a brand new MacBook Air soon.

Gurman reports that Apple will reveal a 15-inch MacBook Air during WWDC.

Apple's upcoming event, WWDC, is only a month away and is typically focused on software announcements. However, there have been instances where Apple has unveiled hardware surprises. As rumors circulate about the event, both software and hardware-related leaks have been speculated. According to reliable source Mark Gurman from Bloomberg, a new MacBook Air may be introduced at WWDC.

According to Gurman's weekly newsletter, there is a possibility that Apple may introduce a 15-inch MacBook at WWDC, which will coincide with the launch of watchOS 10 and the reintroduction of widgets in the interface. Additionally, iOS 17 and macOS 14 will also be unveiled at the event, alongside the highly anticipated mixed-reality headset.

While software announcements are expected at WWDC, the mention of the MacBook Air raises some interesting questions. It will be a significant departure from the usual 13-inch models in Apple's lineup and will ideally sit between the 13-inch Air and the 16-inch MacBook Pro.

However, the design of the MacBook Air is not expected to change significantly, except for the display size. It is likely to be powered by the same M2 processor as last year's MacBook Air. The mixed-reality headset is also expected to be a major hardware launch at the event. WWDC is scheduled to begin on June 5 and will run until June 9.

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