Apple will launch the 12-inch MacBook alongside 15-inch MacBook Air in 2023

Apple is expected to launch the 12-inch MacBook in 2023 alongside the 15-inch MacBook Air. The 12-inch MacBook is expected to be brought back by Apple in 2023 after it was discontinued in 2019. The 12-inch MacBook was discontinued in 2019 due to several issues in performance as well keyboard. The company will also introduce its first 15-inch MacBook in 2023.

“Apple plans a 15-inch MacBook Air for next year, M2 Pro/Max MacBook Pros for end of this year or early next year and is also working on a new 12-inch laptop,” said Mark Gurman from Bloomberg.

This year (2022), Apple will launch two MacBook models- MacBook Air and MacBook Pro. Both the models will feature a 13-inch screen, and a narrow bezel design. However, both the models will not be available until July this year. It is quite interesting to note that Apple has already prepared the timeline for its MacBook launches in 2022 as well as in 2023.  The 15-inch MacBook Air and 12-inch MacBook will not be available until spring of 2023.

According to certain reports, the 15-inch MacBook Air was supposed to be released in 2022. However, it got postponed to next year and the company introduced the 13.6-inch MacBook Air model instead.

It remains unknown, whether the 12-inch Apple MacBook that is scheduled to launch in 2023, will be a Pro or an Air version. It is also unknown whether the above mentioned device will be meant to be a lower-end machine or a premium machine. With its latest MacBook launches (in 2022 and 2023), Apple plans to increase its market share. Currently, the bulk of the laptops around the world are sold by Lenovo, HP, and Dell. Apart from MacBook, Apple is also quite focused on its upcoming chipsets. It is reported that the M2 Pro and M2 Max chips are currently in the works.

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