The redesigned MacBook Air can have a number of shade decisions just like the 24-inch iMac does, says Jon Prosser.
Apple launched the iMac with an all-new design and shiny colours in April. This design philosophy is anticipated to proceed down the Mac product line, and a prolific leaker has confirmed it.
Jon Prosser has been pretty correct on product particulars similar to shade and design specifics, so his newest particulars concerning the subsequent MacBook Air should not be neglected. In his newest Entrance Web page Tech video, Prosser says he obtained a tip from his supply a couple of blue MacBook Prototype.
The supply acknowledged “colours for common shoppers” alongside an outdated picture from an Apple occasion. This implies that shade choices could be made obtainable for client gadgets, the place “professional” Macs can have extra subdued shades of grey and silver.
Prosser assumes this implies the MacBook Air will obtain shade choices much like these discovered on the 24-inch iMac. The iMac has a saturated again panel with muted colours on the face plate. Idea photos shared by Prosser present a MacBook Air with a extra pastel shade design.
Apple introduced the transition to Apple Silicon would take two years throughout its 2020 WWDC. The merchandise launched to this point have been aimed toward shoppers, so Apple is prone to give attention to professional Macs for its subsequent releases. Count on a refreshed design and a brand new M-series processor within the subsequent MacBook Air as soon as Apple’s professional Macs have been launched.
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