Before Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference in 2023, when excitement about another augmented reality headset is at its peak, a quiet group of MacBook fans expects Tim Cook and his team to release the first consumer laptop with a screen bigger than 13 inches. But the 15-inch MacBook Air, which has been wanted for a long time, will not fit well in the portfolio.
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Monday, May 29th, 2018: On the first day of WWDC, Apple will make the trade-in section of its Apple Store available for three Mac models. The Mac Studio, 13-inch MacBook Air M2, and 13-inch MacBook Pro M2 can all be traded in at the Apple Store for store credit.
You could buy a lot of Lightning to 3.5mm Headphone Jack adaptors with that cash, but Apple will be releasing the 15-inch MacBook Air M2 on the same day.
All the Things in Between
The Specs for This Mac Book Air Show that It Is Not Much More than A Point Upgrade that Adds a Bigger Screen but Keeps the Same Specs as The 13-Inch Mac Book Air M2. Why Would a Person Who Already Uses a Mac Book Air Want to Change to A Bigger Screen? Tim Cook’s Trade-in offer solves that question, and many Apple fans can call their purchase a trade-in instead of a brand-new one.