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(Pocket-lint) – Apple’s annual WWDC conference takes place later today, and its keynote is expected to unveil the move to iOS 16 as well as its other operating systems on different platforms as usual.
However, WWDC is also sometimes the occasion for Apple to unveil products, and rumors have been circulating for months that the company will present a total redesign of the MacBook Air.
This possibility was reaffirmed by veteran industry journalist Mark Gurman in his latest newsletter. Its sources say that Apple has been preparing the laptop for some time, but is suffering delays due to pandemic-related shortages.
This means that while the MacBook Air can still be unveiled, he expects any announcement to acknowledge a limited number of units first, or imply an actual release date that’s a bit further out than what’s been announced. Apple normally delivers.
This might be disappointing for some, if true, but it will be tempered by what will hopefully be an interesting overhaul, which should feature a new loadout. MagSafeupdated specs, and an entirely new look that’s closer to the more massive MacBook Pro line.
Luckily, we don’t have to wait long – we’ll find out if any of this is close to reality later today when Apple holds its keynote.
Written by Max Freeman-Mills.