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14 Feb, 2023
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According to a report by DSCC analyst Ross Young, panel production for the 15.5-inch MacBook Air has begun this month, indicating an anticipated launch date in early April.

The 15-inch MacBook Air is rumored to be launching in spring 2023, according to multiple reports by Young and Bloomberg. In a recent tweet, Ross Young confirmed that panel production for the 15.5-inch MacBook Air began this month and that a launch is expected in early April.

The new MacBook Air with a larger screen is expected to have similar features as the 13-inch MacBook Air, but with a bigger display. With the release of this new model, Apple will now offer the MacBook Air in two different screen sizes, 13.6 inches and 15.5 inches.

However, Ming-Chi Kuo has a different take on the rumored 15-inch MacBook Air, claiming that it will not be branded as a "MacBook Air" but as a "MacBook" instead. He also reports that the 15-inch MacBook will come in M2 and M2 Pro configurations.

In addition to the larger MacBook Air, there are also rumors of a 12-inch MacBook in the works, but its launch is expected to be later, towards the end of 2023 or early 2024.

The MacBook Air received a significant makeover last year, adopting a new design that resembles the latest MacBook Pros, including a display notch and slimmer bezels. The new design has been well-received by users, and it is expected to be extended to the upcoming 15-inch MacBook Air.

The slimmer bezels on the 15-inch MacBook Air will allow for a larger display in a compact form factor. When the MacBook Air was redesigned last year, the 13-inch model's display size increased from 13.3 inches to 13.6 inches while keeping the same overall dimensions. This means that the 15-inch MacBook Air will likely offer a big-screen experience in a compact, portable package.

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