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Reports Surface of Unreleased 15-inch M2 MacBook Air Found in Developer Records

Apple has been rumored to be working on a 15-inch MacBook Air for the past year, with analysts speculating that it would come with a new M3 processor. However, Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman has now reported that Apple is set to release the laptop with an M2 chip first, with a version featuring the M3 processor slated for a later date. This move is seen as an attempt to boost sales after the worst Mac slump since the dot-com bust in 2000.

According to Gurman, the 15-inch MacBook Air will have similar specs to the current M2 MacBook, but with a larger, higher-resolution display. The device will feature four high-performance and four efficiency cores, as well as 8GB of RAM, which is what the base model M2 MacBook Air already provides. Interestingly, the machine is running macOS 14, which is the upcoming operating system for Mac computers.

Developer logs have revealed that the screen resolution of the 15-inch MacBook Air is equivalent to that of the 14-inch MacBook Pro. Gurman suggests that the larger Air could run at the same resolution as the MacBook Pro but with slightly less sharpness. This news has generated excitement among Apple fans and tech enthusiasts who are eagerly awaiting the new release.

When will Apple introduce the M3 processor? Does it accompany the MacBook Air?]

It is important to note that the information presented by Gurman is based on rumors and speculation, and Apple has not made any official announcements regarding the release of new Mac models or the development of a new M3 chip with a 3nm production process. Therefore, any information about release dates and specifications should be taken with caution until Apple makes an official announcement.

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