Reports suggest Apple is already working on a MacBook Air 2022 laptop, which could potentially see an even more powerful processor than the existing M1 chip and a major redesign to bring the lightweight laptop range up to modern standards.
Bloomberg suggests the MacBook Air will feature a new M2 chip, which would kickstart a new generation for the Apple Silicon processors. The new chip will apparently sport the same number of CPU cores as its predecessors, but will still run faster thanks to the improvements made to the architecture.
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